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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt apprenticeship kicks off Oct. 4

A 64-hour Lean Six Sigma Green Belt apprenticeship program will be offered this fall through Workforce Development at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Participants will learn breakthrough process-improvement solutions using the Lean Six Sigma tool set and its five-phase DMAIC problem-solving methodology: define, measure, analyze, improve, control.

Comprising 16 half-day sessions (8 a.m.-noon, Monday through Thursday), the coursework runs Oct. 4-7, Nov. 1-4, Nov. 8-11 and Nov. 29 to Dec. 2.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt apprenticeship program offered this fallLive, instructor-led training, offered virtually, enables participation from anywhere with a stable internet connection, computer with audio and access to Microsoft Excel. One-on-one project coaching is included, as well as a one-hour live virtual Champion overview for clients and their managers to ensure they have a qualified project for the training and proper support in their respective facilities.

The program includes numerous Microsoft Excel templates and workbooks for use during and after training. Short-term, cloud-retrievable recordings will be available for missed sessions, although attendance at each is strongly encouraged and will yield the best results.

Manufacturers are eligible for funding assistance through Workforce Development’s Modular Industry-Driven Apprenticeship Strategies (MIDAS) grant. Anyone can participate at the full tuition rate.

For more information, visit Workforce Development or contact Marianne E. DePasqua, client development specialist, at 570-327-4775.

For more about Penn College, a national leader in applied technology education and workforce development, email the Admissions Office or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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