- Lean Six Sigma certified individuals earn an average salary of $117,000 per year (Indeed)
- Learn an in-demand transferable skillset that employers value: Complex problem solving, analytical and critical thinking, and leadership/social influence
- Improved customer focus
- Value Stream Mapping to enhance organizational efficiency
- Stronger communication and collaboration
- Increase organizational agility to improve speed to market and project completion
Learning Tree Lean Six Sigma Program Features
Lean Six Sigma Certification Training Courses
Lean Six Sigma Certification FAQs
Lean Six Sigma certification courses are designed and delivered by industry experts in cooperation with Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth
For each workshop you will be issued a certificate by the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth after successful completion of exam.
The DMAIC methodology involves five steps: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control. This method is used to improve the current capabilities of an existing process. This is by far the most commonly used methodology of improvement teams.
The DMAIC method is very robust. Many organizations have used it successfully to produce dramatic improvements. It provides a framework for guiding a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiative It provides a common language for completing stages and tollgates It prevents skipping critical steps in the CQI process It enables you to improve the way in which you perform CQI
Get certified — not just a certificate Certification comes with knowledge testing. A certificate indicated program completion, but does not certify knowledge or skills gained. The Dartmouth Thayer School of Engineering program provides bona fide certification — not just a certificate.