This program is compatible with the Windows XP and later operating systems and IE 7 and later browsers.
To access this program and study guide, you'll need a Web-enabled computer. You will also need Excel 2003, 2007, or 2010 in order to complete the program.
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Each course includes the following materials for a complete learning experience:
- Six Sigma Demystified by Paul Keller
- Six Sigma Handbook by Thomas Pyzdek and Paul Keller
- Green Belt XL software
Note: The optional Green Belt XL software and the certification exam are not compatible with Mac computers.
To take this program, you should have a general understanding of basic mathematical functions, the reading comprehension level of a high-school graduate, and general proficiency in using Windows-based computer software.
This training is for you if you want to learn the fundamental skills necessary to contribute to a Six Sigma team as a Green Belt. In addition, Six Sigma Champions, who sponsor projects, will also benefit from this understanding of the Six Sigma project methodology.
Green Belts are chosen for Six Sigma project teams based on their process knowledge. They work as part of a team assigned to a given project, maintaining their operational roles in the organization.
After completing this program, you'll be eligible to work toward the International Quality Federation (IQF) certification, which is a Six Sigma industry standard certification. The IQF certification does not come through your accredited college or university; it is something you will need to work toward on your own.
If you're interested in taking the certification exam, please note that the exam is the same as the exam for Six Sigma Certified Black Belt. Depending upon your score, you'll be eligible to achieve Green Belt, Black Belt, or Master Black Belt certification status.