Lean Six Sigma Certifications

At TGG, we want our customers to internalize all of the Lean Six Sigma skills that our consultants use every day. It’s the best long-term strategy. The goal is that our customers will be able to self-teach, self-certify, self-sustain. The process we use to internalize this expertise is our certification processes. Below you’ll see some of the qualifications that are required for certification.

Roadmap to Completing Your Certification

SIGN UP

CHOOSE YOUR CERTIFICATION

Champion Lean

Certification
Concentration
  • ToyotaKata Concentration

Green Belt

Certification
(Choose 2) Concentrations
  • RCFA Analyst Concentration
  • Equipment Reliability Concentration
  • SMED Experts Concetration
  • Transactional Experts Concentration
  • Kaizen Facilitators Concentration
  • 5s Visuals Experts Concentration

Black Belt

Certification
Concentration
  • Black Belt Concentration

CHART YOUR Path

COMPLETE OUR FOUR COMPONENTS

PROJECTS

  • Upload project storyboard
  • Request Instructor Sign Off

BOOK ASSIGNMENTS

  • Complete book quizzes
  • Upload book report
  • Request Instructor Sign Off

COURSE QUIZZES

  • Complete all online quizzes
  • Request Instructor Sign Off

CLASS ATTENDANCE

  • Attend all required training classes

MONITOR YOUR PROGRESS

GET YOUR PERCENTAGES
Project
25%
Book Assignments
25%
Course Quizzes
25%
Class Attendance
25%

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Projects, Book Assignments, and Course Quizzes must be reviewed and signed off by an instructor to receive full credit

certification completion

you did it!

Define your Problem Statement.

The first step towards breaking your organizational log jams is identifying and verbalizing the challenge you're facing. What are you trying to solve? This simple Problem Statement exercise can have profound implications for your team. It helps you define the issue and gives TGG some sense of where the soft spots could be in your Order to Cash process. We invite you to take a few moments to fill out this form. A TGG consultant will contact you shortly to discuss your Problem Statement and provide some insight on how we may be able to help.

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