another two cents of advice: consider the performance of your current training program. Are you re-designing for the sake of re-designing or are there certain metrics that the current program does not meet? Along the lines of the parallel HR improvement discussion thread, knowing what you want to change will help you evaluate the many options.…[Read more]
Pretty simple (rhetorical) question: why in the world should there be a BB “certification” that does not require completing a “real world” project. As quality professionals, we can, and should, do better. Otherwise, hard-working, well-intentioned individuals like Jason will continue to seek certifications (at significant personal expense) only…[Read more]
If you are interested in fuchia or another type of belt, you may want to consider the certification process offered by the ISSISSIPPI. Their web site is full-service, and provides resources for complementary accessories matching your belt. http://www.ississippi.org.
So perhaps I’m missing something here. Wouldn’t flop be best defined by what your customer is asking for? From the nature of the project, can we assume someone is complaining that the non-woven is too floppy? My nature would be to inquire: “what do you mean it’s too floppy?” The response would lead to a definition of floppiness, perhaps an…[Read more]
I respectfully disagree because the gentlemen speciffically seeks ASQ certification, not just DMAIC training. ASQ revised its BB body of knowledge in early 2007 by adding topics and dropping others.
Compare the QCI materials with the published ASQ BB BOK to see if you are sufficiently familiar with the topics ASQ added since 2006.
With your background, in my opinion, the most important aspect of preparation would be to get organized with your reference materials. A practice exam with your materials at hand would be a good idea to confirm your basis for confidence.
Agree that “real life simulation” is an oxymoron.
Cheezer, what you need is a case study using your customer’s own product/process (for relevance) but that also compresses time, cost, risks, etc. associated with “real life” so you have the effectiveness and teaching points of a simulation. Have you considered developing a simulation by using a…[Read more]
Jerry – I believe “accredited” is more properly used to describe an institution, i.e., the school. Beyond that, you’ll need to find out exactly who provides the online part of the training. For example, Villanova does not provide their advertised training, Bisk Education, a for-profit business does.
Pal replied to the topic Salary Increase? Green Belt Certification/Projects in the forum General 12 years, 2 months ago
Hi IndustrialGB – try searching for “salary survey” on this site. iSixSigma conducts an annual survey that you may find informative.
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