Located just a short drive north of Miami, Fort Lauderdale has become one of the state’s fastest growing cities. With a population of more than 172,000 in the city itself, and thousands more in the surrounding region, job seekers have their work cut out for them in terms of getting noticed by area employers. When there are more job seekers than jobs, each candidate must make him or herself as hirable as possible. Increasingly, that means getting additional professional training. While there are plenty of options available, 6 Sigma training has become one of the best ways to attract positive attention from hirers.
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The Case for Six Sigma Training
Why should you consider going through Six Sigma training? Simply put, it’s become one of the most sought after credentials in the professional workforce. Whether youre seeking a position in a company’s accounting department, as a sales rep, or even managing a firm’s communications department, Six Sigma certification ensures that you draw positive attention.
The reason for this is simple. Businesses today are being forced to be more competitive than ever. That means drastically reducing operating costs, while enhancing productivity and minimizing problems. Six Sigma helps with those areas and more. It’s a process improvement model that has applications in everything. It allows you to dig down into a process and identify problems and inefficiencies. You can then make necessary changes, and improve the situation. Six Sigma techniques can be applied to daily job responsibilities, but it can also be applied to larger situations, as part of a process improvement team.
Choosing Your Training Level
When you decide that Six Sigma, is right for you, the next step is to determine what level of training you want. If you’re intent on being a working professional and not a Six Sigma specialist, then white or yellow belt training will be sufficient. These introductory courses acquaint you with Six Sigma tools and techniques, but don’t prepare you to be part of a team. For professionals who want to focus more on Six Sigma, green belt training is the right option. For employees who want to specialize in Six Sigma projects as their primary function, black belt training is necessary, but you’ll need to earn your green belt first.
Six Sigma prepares you for today’s job market and helps ensure you get the job you want.
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