Black Belt Training
Six Sigma Qualtec offers three different black belt programs to focus participants on the tools most important to your type of business, Manufacturing, Services and Transactional Black Belt, because each type of business environment has a specific set of processes and customer requirements.
Black Belt Certification takes candidates through a proven, step-by-step training course based on the transfer of knowledge and process skills that lead to improved customer satisfaction, increased profit margins, shortened cycle times and reduced costs. Courses are designed to include sophisticated adult learning theory and no-nonsense evaluation of learning success, while constructing the framework for true cultural change within an organization.
Typically, the entire Black Belt training investment can be justified by results from the first project. The median return on each Qualtec trained Black Belt is $100,000 per project.
Manufacturing Black Belt
The manufacturing environment requires specific technical problem solving and analytical tools. Six Sigma Qualtec’s Black Belt Certification is designed to meet those needs with instruction emphasizes application of skills, requiring candidates to successfully complete a "real world" project while participating in classroom sessions. [Learn More]
Service Companies Black Belt
Six Sigma Qualtec has pioneered the development of Six Sigma methodology for the services industry, and we continue to lead successful deployments that drive lasting change within the services community. [Learn More]
Transactional Black Belt
Six Sigma for Transactional Services Training leads participants through sophisticated simulation modeling, advanced process analysis and problem solving techniques relevant to your "real world" business setting with our 5-week course. [Learn More]
The Black Belt is a key change agent for the Six Sigma process. Typically the "best of the best," these individuals lead teams working on chronic issues that are negatively impacting the company’s performance. The Black Belt is usually assigned to a two-year dedicated position responsible for executing the Six Sigma process on selected projects.