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Six Sigma Black Belt Training by MSU CAVS Extension

Course Objective:

This 11 day workshop requires each student to demonstrate mastery of the Six Sigma Body of knowledge and is accomplished through the participant leading a black belt project which illustrates the DMAIC methodology, use of appropriate statistical tools, and substantial business results. Upon project completion and after successfully passing a written examination participants will receive a Six Sigma Black Belt Certification.

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Participant Involvement: The training will consist of 11 days scheduled during a five month period. Each participant is required to implement techniques and tools on an approved project that targets substantial benefits to their respective organizations. Each participant will receive consulting support both in and outside the classroom to assist with the successful completion of their project. It is anticipated that significant work outside the classroom will be expected in order to ensure maximum results from the student project.

Who Should Attend: Manufacturing and Quality Engineers and Technicians, Industrial Engineers, individuals supporting Six Sigma projects, and/or individuals looking to achieve their Black Belt Certification.

Class Resources:

Instructor(s): Judy JohnsonAdam CollinsClay Walden, Ph.D. and Les Goff, Ph.D.

Date(s): Spring 2022 (February 2-3, March 2-3, March 30-31, April 27-28, May 25-26, June 8)

Fall 2022 (August 3-4, August 31 – September 1, September 28-29, October 26-27, November 30 – December 1, December 14)

Time: 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Location: MSU CAVS Extension – 153 Mississippi Parkway Canton, MS 39046

Cost: $3500.00

Please contact Jill Sellers at or 601-407-2746 if you have any questions.