Courses can be conducted onsite at your organization or modified to suit your organization’s needs. We offer custom solutions in aerospace and defense, global supply chain management, healthcare and strategic leadership. Contact our industry representatives for more information.
Black Belt certification is a two step process that combines classroom learning and project work. Following completion of coursework at UT, the candidate will work with a faculty mentor to complete a project directly related to his/her workplace.
One Six Sigma course
One additional lean course. Choose one from:
The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt project is completed at the candidate’s work site and requires a significant commitment of time. Mastery of concepts and strong ROI to the organization must be demonstrated and achieved. It is critical to the project’s success that the right management individual or team within the candidate’s organization is recruited to support the project. This management individual or team and the faculty mentor will assist with selecting and overseeing the project for long term sustainment. Project review and a site visit by the faculty mentor are an integral part of the development of candidate’s critical thinking and proficient application of appropriate concepts and methods to work place dilemmas.
Available Industries: Healthcare
Course duration for the Six Sigma and Lean courses can be found under those course descriptions.
Course dates for the Six Sigma and Lean courses can be found under those course descriptions. Dates for project work are customized based on the participant’s needs and schedules.
To express interest in this program, please call +1 (865) 974-5001 for more information.
Green Belt and Master Black Belt certification programs are also offered.
The Six Sigma and Lean courses are typically held at the University of Tennessee, although we are happy to work with clients on custom course options. The project work is completed on site at the candidate’s workplace.
Charles M. Cwiek, a Distinguished Lecturer in the Department of Business Analytics & Statistics at The University of Tennessee, specializes in the areas of industrial statistics, quality control methods, and ...
Allen Pannell is a lecturer in business analytics and statistics who also teaches graduate and executive education courses. He is the first Amy Foster Memorial Research Fellow. The fellowship is ...
Ed Miles is president of Miles & Associates, a management consulting firm focused on improving business performance. Ed has worked extensively with senior executives in manufacturing and service organizations to ...
Keith A. Leitner is a lecturer in the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee. In his role at the Graduate and Executive Education area, Keith has created ...
Tuition: See Six Sigma and Lean course costs are listed under the individual course offerings. Course tuitions include classroom materials, lodging and most meals.
Travel: Faculty travel for project mentoring – one trip billed at cost.