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    Ward
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    Has anyone had success with online Blackbelt training? Any recommendations? Below seem to be my possibilities:       CompanyLinkDurationLicensesCostBMGhttp://www.bmgroup.com/course_EBBT.htm180 hours365 days$4,950ASQhttp://www.asq.org/ed/e-learn/offerings/blackbeltcert.html120 hours180 days$2,800SixSigma.usScheduled one on one and group interactive sessions with our experienced Master Black Beltshttp://www.6sigma.us/onlinesixsigmatraining.html120 Hours250 Days $2500Quality Americahttp://www.qualityamerica.com/six_sigma/OnlineBB.html60 hours180 days$1895Six Sigma Partneringhttp://www.sixsigmapartnering.net/Registration_and_Fee.htmlNA365 days$2595 I am looking at taking the ASQ since it is the most widely recognized. Please provide any thoughts or suggestions. ThanksPete

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    Stephens
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    Hi Pete,
    You have a good list. I’m not sure if you’ve seen it yet, but there’s a list of online training here also: https://www.isixsigma.com/co/online_six_sigma_training/
    Regarding your choice…it’s a difficult one. If cost is an issue, then I would go with ASQ since it’s reasonably priced and well recognized. However, I ended up choosing another provider for a specific reason (I’ll not provide the name since that would be a blatant promotion): I wanted to ensure that I took the most rigorous course possible.
    My company picked up the tab on the training, so a couple of thousand either way didn’t matter too much. How well the material was taught, how in-depth it was in all training areas (rigor was a main CTQ of mine so I can be prepared for anything once training is done), what kind of support they offered along with it (both written, online and in-person/telephone), and how big they are (I don’t want to train with a company that will be out of business next year) were all factors.
    If you take a look at the materials (ask them for a sample), you can tell who is an expert organization and who is just trying to make a few bucks with elearning.
    Good luck in your decision. I’m sure you’ll make the right choice since you’re already gathering data!
    Craig

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