Berkeley, famous for its liberalism and the University of California Berkeley, has a population of over 112,000 people and a robust healthcare sector and public sector. The city also boasts a strong economy that invests in new ideas and innovation. All of these types of organizations are using Sigma Six training in order to streamline operations and be more productive.
Though some think Six Sigma training is most useful for businesses, it is actually equally valuable for all types of organizations—including nonprofits and public sector institutions. Some of the organizations that have benefited from Six Sigma training in Berkeley include:
- Berkeley College
- Berkeley Training
- Berkeley Training Associates
- Berkeley HeartLab
- Kaiser Permanente
Could Your Organization Benefit from Six Sigma Training in Berkeley?
Whether it is a for-profit business or a nonprofit, all Berkeley organizations that engage in complex processes and operations are at risk of decreased efficiency and rising costs. Six Sigma can help these organizations improve their processes to eliminate bottlenecks and redundancies.
Currently there is no training schedule available for Berkeley. However, we do have ongoing training in nearby locations. Check out available training in nearby location
Why Choose Six Sigma?
Achieving high efficiency and operational excellence is critical for any organization that wants to succeed and provide more value than the competition. However, without a clear way to measure and compare business processes, it can be difficult to determine which ones need to be improved, changed, or eliminated. Six Sigma training teaches practical statistics skills that can measure, analyze, and identify business processes—allowing your organization to make informed decisions and effective strategies.
What Types of Six Sigma Training Programs are available?
There are many different types of Six Sigma training in Berkeley California. There is no cookie-cutter program that is appropriate for all organizations, so you’re specific needs will determine what type of program is most appropriate. Training and evaluation can be provided in many different ways including:
- Online classroom
- Online seminar
- In person classroom
- On-site instruction
- Blended option
In addition, there are different levels of Six Sigma training available. White Belt and Yellow Belt training are least intensive programs. They provide a general overview of Six Sigma principles and methodology and are appropriate for individuals who are working with decision makers and Six Sigma trained personnel.
Green Belt and Black Belt training takes a longer time to complete, as long as two to four weeks of three day instruction, but participants take away a deeper understanding of Six Sigma and learn how to use specific statistical tests and programs. If you would like more information about the different types of programs, you should contact a Berkeley provider.