Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification
Saturday, September 6, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This initial certification level develops critical skills required to serve on successful and collaborative project teams. Based on the industry standard “body of knowledge,” learn the roadmap known as Define, Measure, Analyze, Identify and Control (DMAIC) for a thorough understanding of Yellow Belt concepts. Successfully manage an in-class case study or live project of your choice using DMAIC to understand data analysis and collection skills that can be used to execute process-level improvement projects.
You will receive a USC Certificate of Completion for finishing this course. You will also receive a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification.
Michael Vestino, Master Black Belt (MBB), Vice President of Support Services at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center.
Popovich Hall 102
University Park Campus
Please contact the USC Center for Global Supply Chain Management for any questions regarding the course.
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USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management
The USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management is a leading center for Global Supply Chain Management, with over 100 companies across the globe working in conjunction with the center to facilitate growth in the industry as well as sustaining a flow of education to meet growing demands for jobs in the industry.
Get more information about USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management: http://www.uscsupplychain.com/