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Lean Six Sigma Certification

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification

Why do Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, The Coca-Cola Company, Michelin NA, Pirelli Tire, and State Farm turn to Georgia Tech Scheller College for Lean Six Sigma training? Because we teach world-class problem-solving skills employees can use from day one.

Lean Six Sigma Green BeltLSS Black Belt Curriculum

Georgia Tech’s Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course builds upon the pre-requisite LSS Green Belt and Data Analytics classes and propels the LSS Black Belt student to the expert level, with a deep understanding of the DMAIC principles and how to apply these critical skills and methodologies to make better business decisions and solve critical business process problems.

Upon completion, the LSS Black Belt student will possess keen insight and in-depth understanding of the lean enterprise concepts; be able to identify “non-value added” elements to processes; have advanced knowledge of how to employ LSS statistical tools and analytics to projects, and be well adept at utilizing the specific tools and functions of the complete Lean Six Sigma process.

Key Expertise Skills in:

  1. Organization-wide Projects: Detailed Planning & Deployment
  2. Organizational Processes: Management & Measures
  3. Team Management & Leadership
  4. Organizational Expertise: Problem Identification & Problem Solving through implementation of DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) Principles.

BONUS Module: Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)

Design for Six SigmaStudents registered for the Georgia Tech LSS Black Belt course will receive additional instruction in Design for Six Sigma (DFSS).

This robust design process optimizes the Lean Six Sigma systematic approach into designing/redesigning products and services according to customer requirements and expectations.

Focused on the process necessary to create a new product, process, or service (or redesign an existing one), DFSS has been highly successful in both manufacturing and services industries, as well as in technical and non-technical environments.

For products and services in need of redesign, the DFSS process allows organizations to identify and examine the faults of existing systems before embarking on project redesigns, eliminating continuation and replication of old faults into new products, eliminating the waste of corporate time and expense.

Lee Campe, Master Black Belt instructor

Learn from the best. Georgia Tech Adjunct Instructor, Lee Campe, is a certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt instructor and proven Six Sigma deployment leader with a wide array of expertise in all facets of business.

Lee CampeWith an extensive experience in Design for Six Sigma (DFSS), change management, metric development, Business Process Management and hypothesis testing, Lee has taught as a Master Black Belt (MBB) for Home Depot, JP Morgan Chase, Johnson and Johnson, General Electric Power Systems, Penske Logistics, NAPA, and Benchmark Brands among others.

In addition to teaching Lean Six Sigma for Georgia Tech Scheller Executive Education, Lee is also Master Black Belt Instructor for the joint GTPE - US Army program, VET2, developed for Army personnel transitioning from a military career to the civilian sector. He is also Master Black Belt Instructor for Georgia Tech Scheller College’s MBA programs.

Lee’s class reviews from students are always stellar and he routinely is awarded 5 out of 5 stars for his engaging and informative, hands-on teaching style.

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certificate and Georgia Tech Credentials

Students completing the LSS Black Belt course will work with instructor Lee Campe to identify a Black Belt project for their final assignment.

Upon completion, submission, and final approval of their Black Belt project, students will receive their Georgia Tech Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certificate and Georgia Tech credentials.

 

Class Information:
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Class Fee

$3,500 per person

Class Schedule

Monday-Thursday
8:30 am–5:00 pm
Breakfast & Lunch provided

Upcoming 2019 Class Dates

• May 20 – 23
• September 16 - 19
• December 9 - 12

Register for a LSS Black Belt Class

Next Steps

Download a Lean Six Sigma Brochure

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Questions about Georgia Tech’s Lean Six Sigma Black Belt?

Please contact: Malisa Gipson, Lean Six Sigma Program Manager
or 404-385-0548.