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Subject:RE: Am I misunderstanding? From:"Jim Shaeffer" <jims -at- spsi -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Fri, 12 Mar 2004 12:26:58 -0500
I Googled "Six Sigma belts"
The first hit had this on its page:
Six Sigma Belts - Six Sigma Certification
Belts are Six Sigma project leaders who receive training in the Six
Each week of training is separated by one month to allow the Belt to
align project progress to the training. Six Sigma Certification requires
both projects and training.
"Black Belts" are project leaders who receive four weeks of training
focusing on the Six Sigma Roadmap and extensive statistical
methodologies. Successful Black Belts normally dedicate at least 75
percent of their time to a four to six month Six Sigma Project.
"Green Belts" are project leaders who receive two weeks of training on
the Six Sigma Roadmap and essential elements of statistical
methodologies supporting Six Sigma projects. Successful Greenbelts are
able to allocate 50 percent of their time to their four to six month Six
The page was for a company offering the certification training for
"belts", at a price, of course.
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