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At Quality Academy, we have helped alot of students achieve professional qualifications, including those accredited by IASSC - it's what we do, and we really are the experts.
We offer a wide range of IASSC courses, all carefully designed to meet the specific needs of the relevant IASSC syllabus. Our courses are developed by experienced IASSC trainers (many of whom are also Certified Master Black Belts), who work closely with highly trained educational editors. They are available as taught classroom courses, e-learning courses, or a combination of the two (Distance/Blended learning courses). If you are looking for training for your organisation, we can also tailor our courses to suit your specific requirements.
- IASSC's Frequently Asked Questions -
IASSC™ offers three Lean Six Sigma Certifications. IASSC Black Belt Certification™, IASSC Green Belt Certification™, IASSC Yellow Belt Certification™.
The Six Sigma professionals exist at all levels in the organization, but play different roles at each level. We often hear six sigma professionals entitled to specific color belts. Yellow belt, Greenbelt, Black belt are some common notations among these professionals. This is because; the genesis for these notations comes from Japanese martial art. Popularly known as Judo – Karate. This Japanese technique has specific levels of practitioners as per their skills & expertise. In Japan, the specific colored belts distinguish them. A similar concept is adopted in Six Sigma. At the project level, a six sigma role varies from yellow belt & green belt to black belt & Master Black belt. The referencing of “belts” by color is a simple and effective way of quickly understanding the skill set and experience level. Hence, a six sigma professional with a “belt color” is able to differentiate his role as well as expertise in the team. Getting hands on, any of the six sigma belts brings both short-term & long-term benefits for the organization.
The IASSC Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge™ is an assembly of a comprehensive set of topics and subject matters that are intended to be representations of the universally and commonly accepted, minimum competencies and core proficiencies requisite of a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt. For more information see the IASSC Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge.
By various measures, the IASSC and ASQ Lean Six Sigma Standards and Certifications are both widely respected, recognized and utilized across the Lean Six Sigma Industry. The differences in the Bodies of Knowledge becomes apparent when comparing the two standards. The ASQ Body of Knowledge defines areas outside of what IASSC believes the industry considers standard knowledge requirements for a designated practitioner. For example, these areas include, Enterprise Wide Deployment and DFSS, among others. However the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) components of the IASSC & ASQ Bodies of Knowledge are almost identical. Additionally, in terms of certification criteria, ASQ requires an affidavit of project completion be submitted for consideration of Black Belt and Green Belt Certification. IASSC provides knowledge based certification exams and does not have a project requirement, nor does it recognize the legitimacy of an affidavit to satisfy a project requirement. Additional information relative to IASSC’s position on project requirements for certification can be found here and here.
Currently, IASSC is a “Member” of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) and a “Full Member” of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). IASSC relies on these organizations as a trusted source of valuable information pertaining to how IASSC manages and sets policies. Both ICE & ANSI also offer Accreditation; however, IASSC has not yet applied for accreditation from either organization and is currently evaluating when it will do so.
1. Yellow belt certification:
Give the general view of six sigma approach. A kind of six sigma certification related to awareness of the concept. This is a foundational certificate, which every employee should undergo in a six sigma oriented organization.
2. Green belt certification:
It’s a second level certification, which focuses on developing Six Sigma green belts. Green belts in most of the organizations, work on ad hoc basis in a six sigma project. But, this certification paves your way to six sigma journey. You can master the basics of six sigma after going through green belt certification.