Marymount Reston Offers Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Program in January 2016

In conjunction with LEAPS Consulting, Marymount is pleased to offer our latest Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification program at the university’s Reston Center location. SPACE IS LIMITED.

WHAT: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Program
INSTRUCTOR: Monroe Ratchford, LEAPS Consulting, Six Sigma Master Black Belt. LEAPS Consulting is an accredited provider through The Council for Six Sigma Certification.
WHERE: Marymount University Reston Center, Reston, VA
WHEN: Monday-Friday, January 4-8, 2016, 8am-5pm 

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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training develops the critical skills required to improve organizational performance, drive out waste and reduce defects. Participants learn how to use proven Six Sigma methodology and statistical tools to contribute to the success of their organization, including processes for collecting and analyzing data, and leading and executing process-level improvement projects.

For health care providers in particular, we provide tools to analyze patient concerns, shorten wait times and achieve higher levels of healing. For all sectors, public or private, Lean Six Sigma certification bolsters your resume and provides the skills to solve your company’s most critical problems.

Who Should Attend?
Professionals in health care, government agencies, financial services, computer and electronics, aerospace and defense, among others.

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Registration Fee Per Participant
$2,000

Questions? Please contact: amalloy@marymount.edu or (703) 284-5770

Five Reasons to Consider the BBA at Marymount Reston

  1. Designed for transfer students
  2. $6,000 Transfer Scholarship for eligible students
  3. Immediate admission to School of Business Administration with your acceptance to Marymount
  4. Career-building internships incorporated into your program
  5. Convenient location and course schedule

Looking for even more reasons? Visit our web site or contact Marymount Reston’s Stephanie Hinnenkamp at stephanieh@marymount.edu or (703) 284-5770.