Course SummaryThis course covers the principles of Six Sigma through comprehensive and engaging lessons. Your company's employees can learn about the Six Sigma methodology and how it can be used to improve the processes of an organization.
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About This Course
The course is comprised of several chapters that contain short and engaging lessons that are typically less than ten minutes in length. This course can be used to help your company's employees and managers understand the basic principles of Six Sigma, including the program's belt levels and approach to process improvement.
How It Works
The lessons in this course can conveniently be accessed on virtually any desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device, which allows employees to complete the course at home, in the office or on the go. Employees can view the lessons in sequence or one at a time.
Using the course is simple:
- Easy-to-follow lessons clearly lay out important definitions, concepts and illustrative examples related to Six Sigma
- Employees can check their understanding of the lesson material by taking the included quizzes
- Supplemental text lessons and transcripts can easily be accessed for further study
- Chapter exams are included to help you measure your employees' understanding of key Six Sigma concepts
How It Helps
- Improves customer relations: The course can help employees understand how the Six Sigma approach can be used to improve customer success.
- Educates employees and managers: Employees and managers learn the purpose of Six Sigma and can prepare to seek Six Sigma certification.
- Improves processes: Knowledge of Six Sigma's approach to process improvement can help employees and managers improve and streamline company operations.
After finishing this course, employees will understand:
- The basics of Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma methodologies
- Differences between Six Sigma's belt levels
- The tools and processes used in Six Sigma
- Six Sigma's approach to process improvement
- The relationship between Six Sigma and customer success
This course is intended for educational purposes only and will not result in Six Sigma certification and may not offer qualification to attain Six Sigma certification.
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