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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Plus


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Lean Six Sigma Academy

This is a part-time professional learning program in which participants will work through online modules and in-person classroom sessions to learn core methodologies of Lean Six Sigma processes. The courses emphasize interactive simulations, small group interaction and comprehensive real-world projects. Upon completion of the capstone and project for each belt level, participants can earn a MCC Lean Six Sigma Certificate and an American Society of Quality (ASQ®) that are recognized and desired in business and industry. What is Lean Six Sigma? Lean Six Sigma is a process improvement methodology designed to improve efficiency, eliminate waste, mitigate quality issues, and improve working conditions to provide a better response to customers’ needs. The combination of Lean and Six Sigma tools, methods and principles creates a powerful and transformative methodology for improving your organization’s operations, mindset, and culture.

For more information, visit the MCC Lean Six Sigma webpage.

Course Description

Students entering this training will work detailed Value Stream Maps and will identify areas of waste with an in-depth look at the sources of defects and the associated quality issues. They will apply Lean Six Sigma tools - including statistical analysis - to reduce sources of waste and then to verify the effectiveness of their solutions. This course emphasizes interactive simulations, small group interaction, and a comprehensive real-world project in order to gain the distinction of Certified Green Belt. Green belts must have completed the Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification requirements. Upon successful completion of the project, the participant will become a Certified Green Belt. Certification requires completion of 1 project and 2 capstones.


$1299 plus $450 software fee and $75 Certification fee

Program Structure

Contact hours: 40 Hours Total (24 hours online, 16 hours classroom)


Each trained Yellow Belt will learn the following objectives:

  • Lean Six Sigma Fusion
  • What is Statistics
  • Organizing and Presenting Data
  • Pareto Analysis
  • Process Based Costs
  • Measurement Systems Analysis
  • Process Capability
  • Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
  • Selecting the Solution
  • Introduction to Design and Experiments
  • Error Proofing, Control Charts
  • Total Productive Maintenance


Someone whose current position is routinely associated with problem solving. This includes individuals with diverse technical, operational and/or transactional backgrounds.

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Course Instructors

Wayland Parker, Senior Associate, Solomon EOS

wayland parker imageWayland has Over 38 years of leadership experience in and with government organizations. He has extensive practice in strategic planning, change management, process improvement, and operations research/systems analysis from an enterprise perspective with expertise in Department of Defense/Army financial, cost, and acquisition management (test and evaluation; program assessment: cost, schedule, and performance). Additionally, Wayland has led teams in Health Care process improvement, served as an instructor for LSS Change Management as well as LSS YB, GB and BB courses for major business and industry. Mr. Parker is a Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Master Black Belt and is a retired Colonel from the U.S. Army. Wayland has a BA in Mathematics and a MPA with concentration in Quantitative Analysis.

Cost $1024
40 Hours