The Six Sigma method was developed in the early 1990s. The global economy had just begun to take shape and companies were opening offices, factories and service facilities everywhere around the world. The need for a uniform set of standards to gauge productivity was needed more than ever. The method was first developed for manufacturing but the business model proved to be universally effective for solving problems in customer service, education, automotive services and many other businesses that are all familiar to the business landscape of the world you live in today.
Six Sigma standards are numerically based and can be applied anywhere in the world to any operation. Those workers who are certified in Six Sigma are therefore considered more hirable by companies that use Six Sigma because their expertise will be applicable in any of their facilities or offices that use Six Sigma system. Those who obtain Six Sigma credentials are more employable than those who do not and even where others without credentials may be able to get a job, you will likely be paid better with these credentials.
Currently there is no training schedule available for Glendale. However, we do have ongoing training in nearby locations. Check out available training in nearby location
Corporations are looking for qualified people in who have applicable Six Sigma credentials. These are just a few nationally-known companies who are currently seeking Six Sigma candidates in Glendale:
- American Express
- Cintas Corp.
- Jump Vine
- Pet Smart
- Shell Oil
Don’t be worried about how you will fit your Six Sigma training in with your work schedule or your job search. There are a lot of affordable options that didn’t exist only ten years ago. Today, new doors are being opened. Companies are demanding Six Sigma credentials because they enable success to happen in their business, and they need qualified people to make success a reality. You can be one of them.
Many of today’s corporate professionals are obtaining their Six Sigma credentials through online coursework. You may be required to attend certain classes live, and quite frequently, companies will advise you on what they prefer in terms of how you learn. Some may even advise you on particular programs. Many companies will actually participate in the education process, which will give you real-world exposure to Six Sigma before you even go to work. For those who already have work experience, their education will be applied practically and immediately, and it may even be possible to participate in a Six Sigma program that was designed by the company you already work for.