With clients ranging from Pos Malaysia to DHL, LSS Academy, an institution that provides consultancy and training services to a motley crew of corporate organizations is offering Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt programs to the interested individuals or organizations. Though both programs are based on the Lean Six Sigma principles, they differ in rigor, analysis, and methodology.
|LSS Green Belt Part 1||7 – 9 December 2011||3 + 3 days||RM 4 500|
|LSS Green Belt Part 2
Exam (Multiple Choice : 50 questions)
|4 –6 January 2012|
||4 days||RM 4 000|
|LSS Black Belt#1 Part 1||4 + 4 days||RM 7 000|
|LSS Black Belt#1 Part 2|
|LSS Master Black Belt||5 days||USD 5 300|
Acquiring the certificates of the said programs exposes participants to a systematic way of effective and efficient management which impels better individual or company performances. The certificates are also endorsed by various Global 2000 companies practicing the principle, hence, increasing the market value of the participants.
For more information, Contact:
Mr. Chek-Chung Tham
No. 4-2, Jalan 2/2 Bandar Puteri,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Tel : +603 8061 9055
Fax : +603 5521 8556
Mobile : +603 8061 4634
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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