Dates: January 3 – March 9
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Online
Green Belts are Six Sigma practitioners who do process and product improvement project work. The focus of Six Sigma is to reduce and control variation and waste in our processes based on the importance to the customer and the business needs. Students will be asked to consider a project before coming to class.
CCSU’s Lean Six Sigma Certification Program covers Lean Six Sigma by following the DMAIC approach. Graduates learn fundamental principles, tools, and methods while completing a company project by applying Lean Six Sigma principles. Classes are conducted live and remotely via telecon on Tuesdays and work labs employing learned principals are conducted remotely on Thursdays.
Students will be asked to complete a project which will be reviewed by the instructor and CCSU’s School of Engineering, Science and Technology.
This is a good class for a small group from one company to attend together and work on a project together.
Who Should Enroll
This course is especially beneficial for 1) working employees and executives who must remain on site at their workplace and 2) companies that desire their employees to complete a cost reduction project while taking the class. A Lean Six Sigma “Green Belt” or “Black Belt” Certification is awarded upon completion of the class and a project synopsis reviewed and approved by a company representative and a certified CCSU Lean Six Sigma “Master Black Belt.”
Companies wishing to send 8 or more people can have their own customized class.
Mr. Richard Baxley
Richard Baxley is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and Professional Engineer with over forty years of experience in Aerospace Manufacturing, Quality, Design and Senior Project Engineering. He studied Kaizen under the Shingitusu Corporation, and worked as an ACE Level “C” Continuous Improvement Leader; United Technology’s “Black Belt” equivalent.
He currently holds two Aerospace patents and is certified as a Professional Engineer in CT. Richard served as a Nuclear Division Officer aboard the USS Andrew Jackson, a Polaris submarine.
Richard teaches a course in “Lean Six Sigma” using the DMAIC approach. He combines teleconference and on-site classroom instruction and requires students to complete a project which has resulted in cost savings in aerospace, medical and military electronics industries. Richard teaches the application of statistical software programs such as MINITAB and SigmXL as they apply to both classroom subjects and student project requirements.