Lean Six Sigma White Belt Certification Near St. Louis

Lean Six Sigma White Belt Certification
Lean Six Sigma White Belt Certification introduces St. Louis students to world-class operational excellence concepts and terminology.
Price $599
Duration 2 days
Class Size3 - 8 students
Start Day
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CitySt. Louis, MO

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About Lean Six Sigma White Belt Certification

Lean Six Sigma White Belt Certification introduces St. Louis students to world-class operational excellence concepts and terminology.

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Description

This location is just west of St. Louis in Clayton on the 11th floor of a renovated 24-story prestige building in Clayton; recognized for its quality of life. Set in beautifully landscaped grounds, that include a private veranda and revitalized plaza, the building features marble-walled communal areas, an impressive lobby and tall solar gray-glass windows. Various energy efficiency enhancements have shrunk the property's carbon footprint. The business center is highly accessible being only 10 minutes away from Lambert-St Louis International Airport and Highways 40 and 170.

Testimonials

Read what our students and clients have to say.


Dave H.
EH&S Manager
Ship Building


So happy to get a professional that knows what they're talking about in here to teach us something useful. Our hands-on measurement system analysis exercise revealed problems with one of the gages most frequently used by Quality.