This Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course is designed to equip you with the knowledge, confidence and capability to manage Black Belt projects successfully. This programme also functions as an intensive exam preparation for the international IASSC Black Belt exam.
We run this 15-day programme in short, focused instalments over 4 months. The objective of this course is to provide you with practical, best-practice approaches to Black Belt projects, while preparing you, with sample questions and answers, to achieve a respected, international Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification.
Our black belt programme meets the IASSC requirement for a minimum of 140 hours through a combination of classroom-based training, self-directed study, and project work.
Deciding whether you're ready to work towards a black belt certification can be difficult. Here is a sample of who attends our international black belt programme:
If Lean and Six Sigma are new areas for you, our Professional Development Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course may be the best starting point for you.
If you're unsure about whether you're ready to get started with black belt training, why not get in touch with us? Our training consultants can advise on the best path for your process improvement training. You can reach us by calling Freephone 1800 910 810, or by clicking below to ask us a quick question.Ask A Quick Question
We will be more than happy to advise you on the best path for your Lean Six Sigma training. You can phone us on Freephone 1800 910 810, or click below to Ask a Question.
"The real-world training and personal tutoring I received through Professional Development was indispensable during my project & training.
Pat’s guidance on everything from Scope, Project Selection, the DMAIC Process even basic terminology, was spot on when utilised in a corporate environment. He even made statistics enjoyable!
I would endorse this course to anyone wishing to learn in a very positive, supportive environment. Professional Development live Lean Six Sigma every day and it shows in their training and tests.
I would highly recommend Professional Development to anyone looking to become a qualified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt."