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Why Choose Six Sigma Online?

There is no doubt about it - Black Belt training is becoming commodified. This is not entirely a bad thing, since this tends to decrease the price to get trained as a Black Belt. However, it also has the effect that a lot of people are offering "Black Belt training" with varying degrees of competence and experience.

ROI personnel developed our Black Belt training from courses that we have taught at Fortune 500 companies since before 1985. These courses were honed over the years until they were precisely what companies needed in a way that worked in real life. These courses were then further concentrated and optimized to meet the growing demand for advanced problem-solving training, resulting in the Black Belt course. We encourage you to compare our course contents with any other Black Belt course. You will find we cover more topics in more depth than any other. We can do this since we use MVPstats to make the basic and intermediate statistics very easy and quick to learn, and because our instructors have many years of experience in making it easy to understand topics that can be confusing. We provide many forms and useful tools to help you on your way.

The Black Belt discs are a multimedia capture showing both the instructor and the computer he is using. The format of the capture itself makes learning easier. We frequently heard back from our live trainees that they learned a lot from the training, but that they are concerned that they will forget some test when they need it. Since you are given the entire course on disc, this will never be a problem for you. You can use an index to find the topic you are interested in reviewing, click on it, and jump right to it in the presentation by using a search function or browsing the slides.

The last reason our training is so well received is that we only use one trainer for the class. This puts a high requirement on our trainers, but we feel that is outweighed by the ability of an individual to bring multiple areas of expertise to bear on questions in the course. This is reflected not only in the training, but in the online support available to Black Belts-in-training.

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Six Sigma's lead instructor Steven Ouellette wrote an article with Dr. Jeffrey Luftig on "The Decline of Ethical Behavior in Business."

 


 

Six Sigma Online's lead instructor Steven Ouellette was profiled in the June 2008 issue of Quality Digest magazine. If you want to learn more about Steve's peculiar view of the world, as well as what he studied for a year in Europe, read the profile online.

 

 

 

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