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    Ropp
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    Hi
    I did my masters in industrial Engg and started working as a CNC programmer II. Now i plan to take certifications in six sigma(Green belt). Since i am a working professional i can able to do only through online and moreover i cant do any projects currently in my office. Please suggest me where i can take certification, which is recognised by the companies. Please help me.

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    #137928

    Romel
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    You just encode — Six Sigma On-Line Certification — and you will be able to choose from a lot of on-line certification but just ensure that the cert. body is valid and being recognized by the company where you work from

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    #137931

    Jered Horn
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    Must…Hold…B   A   C   K…
    Phew…that was hard.
    Okay, may I ask…Why, exactly, are you planning to obtain a Six Sigma Greenbelt certification?  Are you trying to find a new job?  You REALLY must be, because if you’re doing it for the job you have now, coming up with a project shouldn’t be an issue.
    And, by the way, there have been MANY “working professionals” that have obtained Six Sigma training and/or certification in other ways than online.
    Why greenbelt?  You would be significantly more valuable on the job market with at least a blackbelt.
    And, I’ll just say this, then get off my soapbox.
    Any Six Sigma certification you can obtain without requiring the application of the tools through the completion of at least one project will (probably should say “should”) NOT be “recognised by the companies”.
    Hope this helps.

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    #138029

    Ropp
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    Thanks for your replies. Actually the one which i am working right now is hard core manufacturing. I came to know that the additional certifications will increase the value in the job search. And moreover as i did my masters in industrial Engg i cant endup my whole life working as a CNC programmer, so once i get an 6-9 months experience i am planning to shift to continous improvement/process engineer. For these things i hope the certification will be really helpful. As far as i know some of my friends who did the certification endup in a good job. So i think it is one of the opening window to get some interview calls.please advise me

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