What are the differences between each of the courses that you offer?

To learn about the different Belt Levels of Lean Six Sigma and the Full Training & Certification courses that we offer, please visit our Belt Levels of Lean Six Sigma page .

For a more detailed overview of the concepts and tools covered by each course, please view/download our Course Outline & Comparison Guide.

Below, you'll find a brief overview of each course, and the order of the courses is arranged from beginner to advanced: 

  • Lean Six Sigma White Belt (Training is free, Certification is $99, 1 hour): Short introduction to what Lean Six Sigma is and why organizations find it so valuable.
  • Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt (Training is free, Certification is $299, 10 hours): Introduction of Lean Six Sigma and overview of DMAIC methodology, the process improvement framework used in Lean Six Sigma to easily solve problems.
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt ($999, 32 hours): In-depth Lean Six Sigma course which enables learners to complete successful projects by walking you step-by-step through the DMAIC methodology. 
  • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (Prerequisite of Green Belt, $1,999, 48 hours): Advanced Lean Six Sigma course which enables learners to manage process improvement programs and become better leaders.
  • Lean Only ($449, 16 hours): Lean only (no Six Sigma) that enables learners to streamline processes and build a Lean Culture. 

Here is an infographic of the different meanings behind each Lean Six Sigma Belt level:

Overall, the course we recommend is based on your goal. If your goal is to become a Green Belt or Black Belt, you can start with the Green Belt course right away since White Belt and Yellow Belt content is covered in this course. Black Belt Training & Certification has a prerequisite of Green Belt.

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In a recent survey, we found that 81% of our learners are able to deliver improvement results after completing our courses. You can learn about our learner's improvement projects here!

Watch the Lean Six Sigma Belt levels and what they mean:

A White Belt  is the name of the beginner role within Lean Six Sigma. This is someone who has had an overview of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve Control (DMAIC).
A Yellow Belt is the name for a Lean Six Sigma novice. This is someone who has had enough process improvement training that they have a grasp of the vocabulary and could participate in an improvement team if asked.
A Green Belt is a Lean Six Sigma practitioner trained in Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control (DMAIC). They can initiate their own Process Improvement projects, assist Black Belts, and Master Black Belts as well.

Black Belt is the second-highest level of training for a Six Sigma practitioner, master Black Belt is the highest. A Black Belt devotes 100% of their time to Six Sigma and focus's the execution of specific Six Sigma Process Improvement projects. 

A Lean practitioner understands the systematic method for the elimination of waste from a process using Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA).

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