What is six sigma master black belt?
The Master Black Belt builds on the Six Sigma Black Belt and is for those who have experience as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and want to grow into the role of Master Black Belt or Six Sigma transformation leaders. As a Master Black Belt, you are a Lean Six Sigma professional with high-quality skillsets like Creativity and Innovation Practitioner, Business Value Analyst, Lean Practitioner, Lean Guide, AHP Practitioner, Business Modelling Expert. With Master Black Belt training, you become an expert with in-depth knowledge and experience of all aspects of Lean Six Sigma.
Six Sigma Master Black Belt leads and supports the development of key aspects of the continuous improvement program approach, methods, and tools. As an expert in the area of continuous improvement and lean six sigma methodologies, responsibilities include the oversight and employment of the aforementioned methods and tools within various practice areas and business units to support and enable attainment of specified business objectives. All engagements with the practice/business areas are based on a highly collaborative approach with the focus of the transformation and continuous improvement office being an organization that understands the business needs and challenges and one that provides substantial value and support in enabling each business area to achieve its objectives.
In this 10-day training, you will be trained as a Lean Six Sigma Expert Professional with 4 six sigma implementation projects. After this training, you will know how to use the instruments from the Lean toolbox to use a Lean Six Sigma project as effectively as possible. As Master Black Belt you will be responsible for maintaining the quality within a Lean Six Sigma project.
To be certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt Certification, as an MBB you (referred to as the candidate) must submit “application & portfolio” detailing your professional accomplishments over the past five years. ISEL GLOBAL uses a certification board of Master Black Belts from across the United States who review each application, discuss and reach consensus to either “approve for certification’ or “do not certify at this time’. The entire process from submission through decision can take up to 45 days.