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Class: 40621 Six Sigma Green Belt Training-72 hr
State/Campus: 
100% Online
Start Date: 
7/1/2021
Delivery Mode: 
Online
Credits/CEU: 
4.00
City/Location: 
Internet On-line

End Date: 
9/30/2021

Total Hours: 
72.00

Fee: 
$2,500.00
 
Description:
The Six Sigma Green Belt course explores the DMAIC methodology in depth and introduces the statistical tools utilized in improvement activities. Green Belt training provides participants with the project management skills and tools to be an effective facilitator leading a Green Belt project. Learn to utilize DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)—a disciplined, data-driven methodology for eliminating defects in any process. Each session focuses on Six Sigma tools to implement projects, conduct data and statistical analysis and reinvent business processes. Implementation of a documented workplace improvement project report puts the tools into practice. Average projects can save a company $5,000-$50,000 annually. Completion of this course will prepare participants to continue on to Black Belt Certification training and project work. Additional Event Details: Participants must supply their own laptop computer with Minitab 17® software installed. Software purchase options will be reviewed on Day 1.

Meeting Times:
7/1/2021 - 9/30/2021 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12:00 AM - 12:01 AM INTERNET

Class Notes:
Class content is delivered entirely online (internet service required). You will be provided directions on how to access the class upon registration.


 
   
Class: 51944 Six Sigma Green Belt Training-72 hr
State/Campus: 
Appleton Campus
Start Date: 
10/11/2021
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
4.00
City/Location: 
D. J. Bordini Center

End Date: 
12/6/2021

Total Hours: 
72.00

Fee: 
$2,500.00
 
Description:
The Six Sigma Green Belt course explores the DMAIC methodology in depth and introduces the statistical tools utilized in improvement activities. Green Belt training provides participants with the project management skills and tools to be an effective facilitator leading a Green Belt project. Learn to utilize DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)—a disciplined, data-driven methodology for eliminating defects in any process. Each session focuses on Six Sigma tools to implement projects, conduct data and statistical analysis and reinvent business processes. Implementation of a documented workplace improvement project report puts the tools into practice. Average projects can save a company $5,000-$50,000 annually. Completion of this course will prepare participants to continue on to Black Belt Certification training and project work. Additional Event Details: Participants must supply their own laptop computer with Minitab 17® software installed. Software purchase options will be reviewed on Day 1.

Meeting Times:
10/11/2021 - 11/15/2021 Monday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM BC143
12/6/2021 - 12/6/2021 Monday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM BC143

Class Notes:
Receive five (5) associate degree credits upon course completion. Materials provided. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes. Learn more: http://www.fvtc.edu/Forward.


 
   
Class: 52843 Six Sigma Green Belt Training-72 hr
State/Campus: 
100% Online
Start Date: 
11/1/2021
Delivery Mode: 
Online
Credits/CEU: 
4.00
City/Location: 
Internet On-line

End Date: 
1/31/2022

Total Hours: 
72.00

Fee: 
$2,500.00
 
Description:
The Six Sigma Green Belt course explores the DMAIC methodology in depth and introduces the statistical tools utilized in improvement activities. Green Belt training provides participants with the project management skills and tools to be an effective facilitator leading a Green Belt project. Learn to utilize DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)—a disciplined, data-driven methodology for eliminating defects in any process. Each session focuses on Six Sigma tools to implement projects, conduct data and statistical analysis and reinvent business processes. Implementation of a documented workplace improvement project report puts the tools into practice. Average projects can save a company $5,000-$50,000 annually. Completion of this course will prepare participants to continue on to Black Belt Certification training and project work. Additional Event Details: Participants must supply their own laptop computer with Minitab 17® software installed. Software purchase options will be reviewed on Day 1.

Meeting Times:
11/1/2021 - 1/31/2022 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12:00 AM - 12:01 AM INTERNET

Class Notes:
Class content is delivered entirely online (internet service required). You will be provided directions on how to access the class upon registration.


 
   
Class: 60089 Six Sigma Green Belt Training-72 hr
State/Campus: 
Appleton Campus
Start Date: 
1/17/2022
Delivery Mode: 
In Person Classroom
Credits/CEU: 
4.00
City/Location: 
D. J. Bordini Center

End Date: 
3/14/2022

Total Hours: 
72.00

Fee: 
$2,500.00
 
Description:
The Six Sigma Green Belt course explores the DMAIC methodology in depth and introduces the statistical tools utilized in improvement activities. Green Belt training provides participants with the project management skills and tools to be an effective facilitator leading a Green Belt project. Learn to utilize DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)—a disciplined, data-driven methodology for eliminating defects in any process. Each session focuses on Six Sigma tools to implement projects, conduct data and statistical analysis and reinvent business processes. Implementation of a documented workplace improvement project report puts the tools into practice. Average projects can save a company $5,000-$50,000 annually. Completion of this course will prepare participants to continue on to Black Belt Certification training and project work. Additional Event Details: Participants must supply their own laptop computer with Minitab 17® software installed. Software purchase options will be reviewed on Day 1.

Meeting Times:
1/17/2022 - 2/28/2022 Monday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM BC143
3/14/2022 - 3/14/2022 Monday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM BC143

Class Notes:
Receive five (5) associate degree credits upon course completion. Materials provided. Due to the evolving nature of the Public Health Emergency, all training and class offerings may be subject to future date, time, location and/or delivery method changes. Learn more: http://www.fvtc.edu/Forward.


 
   
Class: 60093 Six Sigma Green Belt Training-72 hr
State/Campus: 
100% Online
Start Date: 
3/1/2022
Delivery Mode: 
Online
Credits/CEU: 
4.00
City/Location: 
Internet On-line

End Date: 
5/31/2022

Total Hours: 
72.00

Fee: 
$2,500.00
 
Description:
The Six Sigma Green Belt course explores the DMAIC methodology in depth and introduces the statistical tools utilized in improvement activities. Green Belt training provides participants with the project management skills and tools to be an effective facilitator leading a Green Belt project. Learn to utilize DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)—a disciplined, data-driven methodology for eliminating defects in any process. Each session focuses on Six Sigma tools to implement projects, conduct data and statistical analysis and reinvent business processes. Implementation of a documented workplace improvement project report puts the tools into practice. Average projects can save a company $5,000-$50,000 annually. Completion of this course will prepare participants to continue on to Black Belt Certification training and project work. Additional Event Details: Participants must supply their own laptop computer with Minitab 17® software installed. Software purchase options will be reviewed on Day 1.

Meeting Times:
3/1/2022 - 5/31/2022 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12:00 AM - 12:01 AM INTERNET

Class Notes:
Class content is delivered entirely online (internet service required). You will be provided directions on how to access the class upon registration. The fees for this term have not been approved by the state. The fees will be determined by April 1. The estimated fee will be $2,500.