BMG India Announces Open Enrollment Green Belt Training in Bangalore

Extensive ten day training on Six Sigma Green Belt followed by Green Belt exam and certification by BMG India.

Mumbai, India, July 18, 2007 --( Green Belts are a vital component to any successful Six Sigma program. Many organizations begin Six Sigma deployments by training Champions and Black Belts, then quickly realize they need to involve a larger critical mass of people to achieve breakthrough level results and culture change.

BMG's Green Belt training is among the most challenging and robust curricula offered. BMG's goal is not to just train Green Belts, but to develop the very best Green Belts in the world. With that goal in mind, BMG requires both traditional work on a Six Sigma project concurrent to training, and expects students to take exams and subject themselves to a challenging experience.

Course Description
BMGs public Green Belt classroom training comprises two intense 5- day training sessions. These sessions are separated by approximately four to six weeks to give students the opportunity to apply the tools and concepts learned in class to their own project. After the second week of training, students have the requisite knowledge and skills to complete projects and pass BMGs Green Belt certification exams. To facilitate the learning process, students will have regular access to BMGs Master Black Belts for timely project review and feedback.

Course at a Glance
Course Length:
10 days, taught in two 5-day sessions

Who Should Attend:
Anyone desiring the skills of a Six Sigma Green Belt. No previous Six Sigma experience required

Course Includes:
Four 3-hour Green Belt exams Comprehensive course material

Course Requirements:
Participants need a laptop computer running Minitab and Microsoft Office

Certification Requirements:
70% minimum grade in each exam and a final project

Key learning outcomes:
1. Understand Six Sigma and the DMAIC methodology
2. Understand their role in the success of a deployment
3. Properly define and work on Six Sigma projects
4. Use Minitab for the purposes of process improvement
5. Apply the DMAIC process to business issues
6. Identify the most significant input variables affecting the output of a process.
7. Apply statistical analysis to determine the relationship between key inputs and process outputs
8. Characterize the equation y = f(x)
9. Transition projects from phase to phase
10. Close out complete projects
11. Present projects to instructors, peers and managers.

For more information you can contact at
BMG India
71 B Mittal Court, Nariman Point,
Mumbai-400 021

BMG India
KRD Pravin
+91 22 4002 0045