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  • #53804

    Schultz
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    Hi Everyone,

    I’m exploring Six Sigma Greenbelt training options for myself and am hoping to get your opinion. Can you suggest an in-person (as opposed to online) training program? Ideally, I’d be able to attend a program in the Pacific Northwest, but I’m willing to travel.

    Thanks so much!

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    #192060

    I tried this one:
    http://consulenza-iso9001-eng.blogspot.com/p/green-belt-training.html
    very cheap and well done.
    Morehover they send You a Green Belt Certificate.

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    #192063

    Darth
    Participant

    @Chauncy Schultz Beware of diploma mill. Nobody with any knowledge will hire you with that certification.

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    #192066

    Stan Mikel
    Member

    @mORENO Let’s see, a company that is contacted through a gmail account and don’t bother to tell you who they are or what qualifies them to teach you.

    What is your comparison to conclude well done?

    I suspect you are advertising your own crappy product.

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    #193146

    I’m not an expert, but I received a set of six PowerPoint presentations with hundreds of slides. In my opinion looks good…

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    #193155

    Chris Seider
    Participant

    If you ever want some advice on a project where you apply your learnings and the methodology, let us know.
    @cshultz33

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    #193160

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    @cschultz33 You need to becareful up there in the Northwest. There are some “different” people around this business. I would be careful of the ones that live on islands.

    Just my opinion.

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    #193167

    Michael Cyger
    Participant

    @Mike-Carnell Hey now…I resemble that comment.

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    #193171

    Chris Seider
    Participant

    @michaelcyger
    I always thought Whidbey Island was cooler. :)
    And it has that cool Deception Pass……

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    #193172

    Michael Cyger
    Participant

    @cseider It’s definitely cooler if you’re living there. From my vantage point, you can’t beat Bainbridge Island. We have Toejam Hill and Frog Rock. :)

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    #193174

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    @Michaelcyger Pure coincidence. How could we speak ill of anyone who still plays Pong?

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    #193175

    Michael Cyger
    Participant

    @Mike-Carnell First of all, it’s Ms. Pacman. Secondly, don’t hate on what you can’t do. :)

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    #193176

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    @michaelcyger Seem to be a little testy today. I do have to admit my life has been less of a full oyster since Ms. Pacman has become less available.

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    #193178

    Chris Seider
    Participant

    @michaelcyger

    I love Ms PacMan but it’s kinda 1980’s. Get with the program and waste time with Zynga products or EA, LOL. I wouldn’t know how nice Bainbridge is since never been invited. :) I’ve been to Mercer Island but Mr. Gates said he didn’t know who I was. Tongue in cheek…

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    #193180

    Michael Cyger
    Participant

    @Cseider Ouch. Consider this your open invitation. Just don’t invite yourself over without allowing me to check the wife’s schedule. :)

    And you should be careful what you wish for, you just might get it. Ask @Mike-Carnell how he enjoyed his night on the Island when the power went out and there was no electricity or hot water. Tasty cold breakfast with me and my kids — that’s one to remember. :)

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    #193181

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    @cseider and @Michaelcyger Bainbridge is a beautiful place. I think you probably want to go in the summer though. You can go to sleep on a nice crisp evening and wake up to no electricity and the trees are all knocked down.

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