Recent studies have shown that many industries around the world are integrating Lean Six Sigma philosophy in to their processes. Lean Six Sigma methods are based upon continuous improvement, quality control, and root cause analysis which are skills that most people can use in their organizations. Because of this, upper management is becoming more and more aware of the significant importance it provides. This has led to a growing need for certified personal. While generalized versions of Six Sigma certification such as Yellow Belt exists, individuals who have a superior knowledge in analytics or an Industrial Engineering background are recommended to take the Green Belt Certification.
Since the quality of the certification is a large concern for management, ISCEA has developed an internationally accepted Certified Lean Six Sigma Certification process, which would evaluate the individuals on their current level of knowledge, not certification, and recommend the best path for them to take.
We believe that the ISCEA CLSSGB program is unique on its own, by providing a level of certification like no other. It’s a certification program that begins by fitting each individual differently and completes by reaching its goal, to acquire all the knowledge necessary.
THE ISCEA CLSSGB CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING 4 STEPS
This would determine the level of knowledge they have acquired and level of knowledge they will require.
ISCEA approved Certification project to help receive your certification. Evaluated by a board of experts, along with company representatives.
The ISCEA CLSSGB Qualification seminar and exam designed by ISCEA approved providers.
QUALIFICATION SEMINAR AND EXAM (2 DAYS)
Compulsory renewal exam is required of you every 2 years to ensure the highest global quality and commitment.
Your credentials with the ISCEA make you an industry expert. Therefore, ISCEA requires that all its certification holders participate in continuing education to keep up with ever changing global supply chain body of knowledge and practice. You have invested time and money to obtain the ISCEA Credential. It is up to you to protect your investment by renewing your certification with ISCEA every three (3) years.