Six Sigma Black Belt Training and Certification Program

Purdue MEP's Six Sigma Black Belts have a thorough understanding of all aspects of Six Sigma methodologies, principles, and tools. A Black Belt will become a project team leader, guiding his or her team members to a goal of eliminating as many defects as possible and making continuous improvement a way of life.

Our Six Sigma Black Belt program includes training on how to use Minitab to perform statistical quality analysis; as part of the program fee, all participants will receive a six-month, non-renewable license to the latest version of Minitab. If you or your company already has Minitab software, contact Debra Cochran at decochra@purdue.edu for a discount code.

Black Belts:

  • Act as full-time or part-time project team leaders
  • Are responsible for implementing process improvement projects and change management efforts
  • Are skilled in the use of the Six Sigma methodology and tools
  • Generate Six Sigma enthusiasm throughout the organization
  • Incorporate the Six Sigma method into all aspects of the business
  • Mentor Green Belts and lead subject matter experts
  • Identify new sources of talent and high-potential employees

Our Black Belt Program

Our Six Sigma Black Belt Program consists of a 12-day curriculum. The cost is $3600 per person.

Participants who complete all 12 days of training and pass the Black Belt Certificate test will receive a Purdue MEP Six Sigma Black Belt Training certificate.

Participants who also submit evidence of meaningful contributions to a completed Six Sigma Project within 120 days of the completion of formal training will receive a Purdue MEP Black Belt certification.

Training is available through public workshops or onsite at your company. Visit our Workshops and Events page for information on current offerings.

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