Become a process champion after getting your Six Sigma green belt certification

by Larry Taggart Article writer

The first belt that a participant to a Six Sigma training and certification program receives is the white belt. A white belt holder works part-time in Six Sigma projects and helps with data collection and local problem solving. However, to advance through the Six Sigma hierarchy, one has to undergo further training and get their Six Sigma yellow belt certification and Six Sigma green belt certification. This is when they can work full-time on projects and even lead the projects.

The best part of working on Six Sigma projects is that one never stops learning. As the Six Sigma practitioners gain more knowledge and experience working on various types of projects, they can identify even bigger business process issues in their organization and improve them using the Six Sigma methodology. Alongside working on more complex projects, they also get the opportunity to be mentored by black belts and master black belts and this further enhances their knowledge. Six Sigma is not useful if it cannot provide a measurable outcome, and one learns this as they work and get mentored. This is the reason one should not stop at a white belt – rather they should go for yellow and green belts.

A Six Sigma yellow belt certification allows you to work full-time on Six Sigma projects. You will work on the projects as an SME (Subject Matter Expert). You will use your knowledge of the Six Sigma methodology to add value to the projects being worked on. Your insights through your learning will make a difference to the business process improvements that your team has embarked on. You will also be mentored by a top-class professional and this gives you the opportunity to further enhance your knowledge and skills.

A Six Sigma green belt is someone who has completed their yellow belt certification but is waiting to get their black belt. Someone with experience of handling projects as a green belt can enroll for the black belt certification after working on projects and delivering what they are supposed to deliver.Once the Six Sigma green belt certification is awarded to an individual, they can work as team members with a black belt on complex projects or lead a team working on simpler projects.

Getting the yellow or the green belt doesn’t mean that someone has to leave their job and undertake training. Both these certification programs are designed in such a manner that working professionals can attend and learn while managing their jobs at the same time. These programs have a blend of theory and practice and this means that the participants can learn and implement their knowledge in resolving real-life business issues. Not only are the participants given deep understanding of the Six Sigma methodology, but are also exposed to various business process situations that they resolve under the guidance of someone more experienced.

With a yellow or a green belt, you can advance your career further than what you can think. Six Sigma is globally acknowledged as value adding and you will enjoy a splendid career.

To move up the Six Sigma hierarchy, it is important that you go through your Six Sigma yellow belt certification followed by your Six Sigma green belt certification.

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