Missouri S&T to offer Lean Green Belt course for certification

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On November 11, 2020

Missouri S&T will offer a short course Dec. 8-10 to help attendees earn their Lean Green Belt certification. Photo by fauxels from Pexels

The Lean Green Belt certification is a globally recognized and trusted marker of high-quality management. Missouri University of Science and Technology in partnership with the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) is offering a three-day, online course to gain this certification.  

Graduate students, undergraduate students and seasoned business professionals in manufacturing, business, financial and health care industries will benefit from this proven approach to improving business processes.

The course teaches attendees Lean process methods by integrating principles of business, statistics and engineering to achieve tangible results. Participants will learn how to quantify critical quality issues in an organization, increase productivity and improve quality.

Join Dr. Beth Cudney Dec. 8-10, 2020, and learn how Lean can make an organization more effective and efficient using continual improvement.

Cudney leads the course with high-energy, engaging and creative instruction. Classroom lessons are supported by interactive, hands-on team sessions in which participants improve a realistic process using the tools of Lean. The course provides useful and actionable information in the shortest possible time.

Attendees will earn 2.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the entire course and have the opportunity to sit for the Lean Green Belt exam as part of the registration fee. Passing the exam is required to receive IISE Lean Green Belt certification, which is valid for three years.

To register or for more information, go to pce.mst.edu/conferences/lean-green-belt/ or contact S&T’s Professional and Continuing Education office at 573-341-4200 or pce@mst.edu.

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