Michael Ewing on SEEC’s new Lean Six Sigma Learning Path program

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In response to participants looking for more choices in Lean Six Sigma training, SEEC has redesigned its signature program to include options for multiple levels in the Lean Six Sigma progressions, from White Belt to Black Belt.

The new Masters Certificate in Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt Learning Path allows participants to take the different levels in stages and Program Director Michael Ewing has converted the program modules into “stackabale” certificates that you can take depending on the level of skill you require: White, Yellow, Green or Black Belt. Participants can take each module as needed, or continue through the full series to achieve their Black Belt status in 15 days.

In this new video, Michael explains the structure of the program and how the different levels of this popular methodology are best suited to anyone in an organization looking to realize the bottom-line benefits from process improvement and streamlining an operation. He also outlines how the program is being delivered during the current COVID-19 pandemic and what you can expect from this highly popular Lean Six Sigma training.

To get more detailed information on the new Masters Certificate in lean Six Sigma – Black Belt Learning Path or to register, visit the program web page.

(Note, the video quality is the best available from cottage country, where we found Michael late last week heading into a long weekend.)

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