More than 50 per cent of Fortune 100 companies are using Lean Six Sigma-trained managers to lead improvement projects.
Lean Six Sigma is synonymous with both service and manufacturing excellence in today’s global marketplace and the Schulich Executive Education Centre’s Masters Certificate in Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt is the premier program for process specialists. It is Canada’s top university-level Lean Six Sigma training for people who need to drive measurable value to your organization?
Lean Six Sigma is now a key strategy in every sector, not just manufacturing, and it drives high-impact, measurable benefits for all stakeholders. Founded upon the “define, measure, analyze, improve and control” (DMAIC) framework – the industry standard – and combined with the powerful principles of Lean, SEEC’s comprehensive curriculum in the Masters Certificate in Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt is designed to improve your problem-resolution skills with discipline, facts and data. In 20 days of learning spanning five months, the program links theory to practice with action-based learning, featuring exercises, case studies and simulations.
The industry’s top instructors, all with international expertise, teach our highly interactive and real-world-focused modules. Not all Lean Six Sigma training programs are created equal. SEEC’s Masters Certificate in Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt provides the most comprehensive training in the industry: you will have all the tools required to advance your career and drive measurable value to your organization by the end of the program.
This program is intended for all industry sectors, in particular, industries relating to operations, products and services; government; healthcare; finance; sales and marketing; product development; human resources; business transformation; manufacturing; and information technology. Participants have included executives, business analysts, directors, consultants, managers, engineers and project managers.
The Masters Certificate in Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt starts in October. For more information on how to register, visit the program website where you can also see a video of participants’ comments about the program and hear Program Director Mike Ewing talk about the course.