This 80-hour course aligns with the American Society of Quality (ASQ) Body of Knowledge.The structure of the course includes: Add Black Belt credentials to your existing Lean Six Sigma Green Belt with this instructor-led 12-week online completion program.So why has the outlet decided to tap into Line's audience and experiment with news on this messaging platform, rather than start using other apps such as Whats App, Telegram or Viber for example?This 96-hour course aligns with the American Society of Quality (ASQ) Body of Knowledge.The structure of the course includes: This convenient 21-week instructor-led online course combines the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt training for practical impact in the workplace.The required real-world project that you will provide from your business or organization will deliver an immediate return on investment.You will be mentored by our certified Master Black Belt instructors for up to three hours of one-on-one coaching for this project.
It provides a unique and valuable "learn by doing" experience through a real-world project that you will complete for your business or organization.
The certified professional instructor is available via email for up to three hours of one-on-one coaching for your project.
At the end of January, The Economist started distributing its content on Line, joining the ranks of news organisations such as The Wall Street Journal, BBC and Mashable.
Now, six weeks after The Economist became active on Line, it has almost reached 100,000 subscribers (98,738 at the time of writing), after publishing 249 posts.
You will complete this instructor-led online program in 17 weeks.
The included practicum project provides plenty of opportunities to apply the concepts and tools you will learn.