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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification embraces the idea that improvement work is a continuum of complexity, derived from ‘Just Do It’ scenarios and rapid Improvement Projects to more complex scenarios that are more appropriate for the full application of the methodology.
To qualify for Black Belt certification, you are required to devise and execute an Improvement Project to UTS requirements. Upon acceptance into the program, you will receive detailed information on assessment criteria and the certification process. This improvement plan must be conducted with approval from a sponsor within the workplace.
In addition, a personal Black Belt coach will be assigned to you and you will have access to four one-hour coaching sessions conducted by telephone, web-chat or face-to-face with timing and method dependent on mutual availability. Both written and verbal feedback will be provided within an extensive feedback framework.
At the end of the project, you will be required to submit a completed report with the completed project portfolio which will be used for certification assessment. Satisfactory completion of all requirements will earn Black Belt Certification from the University of Technology Sydney. This includes a certificate and an academic record of results against all components of the assessment.
The competency areas which will be assessed are:
The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification program can only be entered if you have passed the UTS Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Knowledge Assessment. The Knowledge Assessment can be undertaken through either:
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification is the penultimate step in a progressive program of Lean Six Sigma training leading to Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt. Each program must be completed before progressing onto the next as follows:
Before signing up for the Learn Six Sigma Black Belt certification program, the following terms and conditions must be read and accepted:
It is your responsibility to ensure any change, revision or substitution of the sponsor-approved Improvement Plan is done within the 12 month validity period.
To apply for extension of project submission beyond the stipulated timeframe please contact email@example.com. Extension fees will apply.
If you are eligible for any of the discounts above, you will need to obtain a discount code BEFORE you sign up to this course.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your UTS staff, student or alumni number or provide details of your group enrolment. Once verified, you will be supplied with a voucher code to apply to your cart.
Please note that discounts cannot be combined. A limit of one discount applies per person per course session.
Black Belt certification is particularly useful for:
A Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Alan has over twenty years of experience in all facets of organisational improvement in both private and public sector organisations.
Alan has extensive experience as a conference speaker on business improvement and Six Sigma methodologies.
As a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Daniel has led, mentored and facilitated key improvement projects in various industries including Banking & Finance, IT & Telecommunications, Food Manufacturing, Health, Education
Explore principles and practices for driving greater performance, improving quality and reducing costs.
Build the skills and capability required to lead business improvement projects with confidence.
Receive formal recognition of your ability to devise and execute a small scale Improvement Project within your organisation.
Develop your ability to lead highly complex improvement projects, spanning across business groups, units, and teams.