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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt students are not fully certified until they have completed a project. Firebrand students complete the project as part of the course.
Aimed at the advanced practitioner, your accelerated Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification will teach you to generate business improvements in areas such as: customer satisfaction, service delivery, cost control, process performance, & new product introduction.
Other training providers often require you to complete additional projects after the course, before you can gain your certification.
Candidates who meet the required minimums for each section of the portfolio will receive an approval letter from the review panel stating that they are eligible to take the MBB examination.
To become certified as an ASQ MBB, a candidate must successfully meet all requirements. To be eligible to apply for the MBB examination, a candidate must hold a current ASQ Six Sigma Black Belt certification (CSSBB) and pass the MBB portfolio review process. Within the portfolio, a candidate must have one of the following experience levels:
ASQ will accept Portfolio''s for the MBB on an ongoing basis. However there are strict deadlines for submission of the portfolio in relation to the exam time table. Candidates who do not submit before the portfolio deadline will automatically be eligible (upon successfully passing the portfolio) for the next scheduled exam.
Six Sigma Black Belt requires two completed projects with signed affidavits or one completed project with signed affidavit and three years of work experience in one or more areas of the Six Sigma Body of Knowledge. For more information, please see the list of Six Sigma Project Affidavit FAQs. You do not need to be a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt.
Our black belt programme meets the IASSC requirement for a minimum of 695 hours through a combination of classroom-based training, self-directed study, and project work.
This Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course is designed for all business professionals from a wide variety of manufacturing or service / transactional environments. Ideally, you will be tasked with delivering major performance or efficiency transformation for a business, typically working as a Change Leader within the business.