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Extended Education for Professionals

Being marketable in a competitive industry is vital. The more education and certifications you acquire, the more appealing you are to current or potential supervisors. Get the continued education credits and certifications you need to climb the ladder in your office or stand out in a crowd. Let our instructors use their expertise, experience, and guidance to assist you in your efforts and pursuits.

Certifications on a resume tell your employers that you understand what you are bringing to the company without going through an extensive Q&A process.  According to IDC, 75% of managers say that they screen resumes based on certifications.

Whether the desire to continue your education is of personal or professional motivation, we can help you along the way. Start your next professional move today. Pick a path to success below to learn more:

  • Lean Services and Office Improvement (Kaizen!)

    This one-day course covers the basic lean concepts and discusses how these traditional manufacturing concepts can be extended and related to service industries and office operations. The course includes the eight wastes, lean metrics, and multiple lean tools.

  • Six Sigma - Yellow Belt

    Six Sigma is a customer-oriented, data-driven methodology for continuous improvement. It employs a full range of well-engineered tools to identify root causes, develop solutions, and sustain the results. This two-day course covers the core concepts and tools of six sigma process improvement methodology, including: statistical quality control, process capability index, measurement system analysis, statistical and management tools, design of experiments, and DMAIC project implementation.


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