Lean Six Sigma Training and Certification at Kent State University at Stark
Kent State's Lean Six Sigma curriculum is structured to provide a high-quality, interactive classroom experience while allowing maximum flexibility in obtaining your certification. The Black Belt training and certification is held one week each month for four months. Project requirement for Black Belt: for certification, each student must complete a project, which will contribute significant results to his/her sponsoring organization. Key candidates for Kent State's Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training and certification are: quality technicians, supervisors and managers; plant managers; directors and managers of engineering; vice presidents or managers of customer service; operations managers; vice presidents of manufacturing; directors and managers of patient services; patient quality managers; CFOs; presidents; CEOs. Class meets March 7-11, April 4-8, May 2-6, June 6-10.