Six Sigma Levels
There are several levels of Six Sigma, take a closer look at all of them:
The simplest stage, where basically anyone can join. The key is knowing how to work with a team on projects that include problem-solving tasks. Candidates uderstand basic Six Sigma concepts.
Candidates know how to review process improvements and have an understanding of various Six Sigma methodologies.
This level has a little more requierments, e.g min. 3 years of full-time employment. Candidates are able to use the tools and methodologies for problem-solving tasks and have guidance for Black Belt projects (Data collection, Analysis).
This level also requires min. 3 years of full-time employment and proof of completion of a min. 2 Six Sigma projects.
Master Black Belt
To reach this level, a candidate must have the Black Belt certification and have min. 5 years of full-time employment or proof of completion of min. 10 Six Sigma projects, a work portfolio and experience coaching Green Belts and Black Belts.
As you can see Six Sigma tools and techniques help with reducing defects and problems and increasing the quality of product or services you are providing. If you want to be a part of that progress, check out our website and courses!