Lean Six Sigma Certification

Training for process improvement and waste reduction.

Work smarter, not harder.

Lean Six Sigma is a proven set of strategies that help manufacturers optimize their operations, save on costs, improve product quality, and build a loyal customer base. Certification in Lean Six Sigma prepares the individual to add greater value to their company and their career.

The average value of Lean Six Sigma Certification as measured by clients is a $25,000 benefit to the company. Choose the Six Sigma Belt that’s the right fit for your team members and start reaping the benefits.

Six Sigma Green Belt

Lean Problem Solving

For team leaders

Six sessions in addition to Yellow Belt

Empower your employees to reach new highs in their performance and improve processes.

  • 8 Wastes
  • Kaizen events
  • DMAIC projects
  • Basic Root Cause Analysis
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Creating Flow
  • Quality Assurance

Benefits & Outcomes:

  • Improve on-time delivery
  • Improve product quality and meet customer requirements
  • Reduce waste, errors, labor hours, and avoidable costs
  • Learn continuous improvement methodology
  • Increase customer satisfaction
  • Increase customer satisfaction
  • Boost sales & profits

More than a piece of paper.

Unlike other programs on the market, iMpact Utah’s Lean Six Sigma program is a project-based experience that requires participants to prove their competency through real-world application. Gain hands-on experience—and expert guidance—with an authentic situation at your place of work.

Instructors with real-world experience.

With proven expertise in Lean Six Sigma principles, our instructors have been in the trenches of process improvement with some of the biggest names in the manufacturing industry. When you learn with iMpact Utah, you learn from the best.

What does "Six Sigma" actually mean?

Simply put, Six Sigma is a set of techniques and strategies for process improvement in manufacturing. The term “Six Sigma” comes from statistics; sigma ratings indicate the percentage or yield of defect-free products created in a manufacturing process.

Originally introduced by Bill Smith, an American engineer working at Motorola in 1986, Six Sigma would go on to be adopted by General Electric and Honeywell. In 1995, GE credited $350 million in cost savings to the adoption of Six Sigma strategies. Following GE’s lead, two-thirds of Fortune 500 companies implemented Six Sigma for process improvement. More recently, Six Sigma is often combined with the discipline of Lean manufacturing for reducing defects and waste.

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