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Excellence Sigma Academy

Lean Six Sigma Training and Certification!

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Lean Six Sigma White Belt

A Certified Lean Six Sigma White Belt is an
individual that has received the training
from our academy and has a
demonstrated understanding of the first
level of Lean Six Sigma Methodology. This
person has shown the interest to begin
investigating the pursuit of excellence.
They have demonstrated that they have
the necessary training to begin to critically
look for opportunities for improvement.

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Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

A Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is
a professional who is taking process
improvement and the pursuit of
excellence to the next level. They are
looking to learn proven tools and
techniques to make a difference. They
will be able to lead limited
improvement initiatives and support
larger improvement projects.

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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

The Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is
a unique professional who will have a rare
view to critically evaluate situations and
problems and identify creative and
scientific solutions. They are able to lead
medium size improvement projects and
they are valuable members of teams
involved in larger projects.
The Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
will be trained in the fundamental
process/quality improvement project life
cycle. They will deeply dive into the gold
standard phases Define, Measure,
Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC).

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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

The Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt is a
rare and valuable asset to any
organization. They are the subject matter
experts in the Lean Six Sigma
Methodology. This professional has a deep
understanding of the process/quality
improvement life cycle. They are able to
gather, analyze, and utilize data to gain
valuable insights and make data driven
decisions.
They are capable of leading teams through
all the phases of Define, Measure, Analyze,
Improve and Control (DMAIC). In addition
to being a high performing coach and
mentor to green, yellow, and white belts
during improvement initiatives, they are
able to successfully complete complex
improvement projects.

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