7 Weeks to Gain a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma

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For the first time Bellevue College Continuing Education is offering a 7 week course for Certification in a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. This course is a hybrid class that combines in-class instruction with on-line course work. The course includes all the course materials and the capstone. 

Lean Six Sigma is a method for solving complex problems, process improvement, and leading projects across an organization. Green Belts are the people who will lead the team to get the project done. Green Belts deliver measurable results and improvements making them valued team members.

Why Get a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma?

  • A Green Belt in an internationally recognized certification.
  • Become a recognized leader for complex projects and process improvement.
  • Gain a skill that is needed in all types of businesses.
  • The average salary in Seattle is $93,000 per year according to Indeed.com.

Why Get Your Certification at BCCE?

  • Price is all inclusive for Capstone and all course materials.
  • Hybrid model that offers in-class instruction and help.
  • Small class size.
  • Capstone project is provided for you.
  • You can finish in 7 weeks.

Meet the instructor William Mokszycki

William received his BS in Chemical Engineering and MS in Industrial and Management Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY.  After a short stint with Celanese Corporation and Albany International in process engineering roles he entered the world of quality and continuous improvement after joining AlliedSignal as a Quality Engineer.  He spent 12 years with AlliedSignal’s Friction Material Division honing his skills in various quality and manufacturing roles.  In 1995, he joined the group that launched Six Sigma at AlliedSignal.  He enjoyed his experience with AlliedSignal so much he welcomed the opportunity to bring Six Sigma to another company.

William moved to the Northwest from Tennessee in early 1998 to join PACCAR and their quest to launch a major Lean Six Sigma initiative.  At PACCAR, he had the dual role of training and coaching Black and Green Belts and helping set the corporate strategy for Lean Six Sigma execution globally.

In 2007 William joined Philips Healthcare as a Master Black Belt.  He received his Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt certification from Philips in 2009.  He supported various divisions and functions with continuous improvement methodologies over the course of the next 11 years.  Although his titles changed he was always tasked with applying the latest techniques for improvement to their business issues.

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For more information or advising contact David.Hall@bellevuecollege.edu.

 

 

 

Last Updated January 15, 2019