SBTI Online Curriculum

Online Curriculum

E-Learning: An Effective and Efficient Alternative for Certain Levels of Training

Do you have employees that do not necessarily need to go through the entire Green Belt learning process, but need to be familiar with the concepts and ideas? Born of this need for an effective and efficient means to provide introductory training to support an initiative, SBTI developed highly sought-after levels of online training.

All of our e-Learning offerings are based on proven intellectual properties that SBTI has perfected over its years in business. These courses are designed in a flexible, reliable and dynamic platform. Since the material is self-paced, students can absorb the learning at their own rate, completing coursework when it is most convenient for them. Employees can be exposed to Lean Six Sigma immediately, without having to schedule time away from their office or wait for course availability.

If you are not familiar with SBTI, this is your chance to get a taste of what we feel is the most effective and efficient training program available.

To learn more about our e-Learning offerings and certification requirements, contact us today.

e-Learning Courses & CERTIFICATION:

Lean Six Sigma Overview
Length: One Hour
Cost: $70.00
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Specifically designed as awareness training for associates at all levels of an organization preparing to implement Lean Six Sigma, ensuring that the entire company knows the what, how and why of Lean and Six Sigma.

Participants will:

  1. Understand the need for, and benefits of, process improvement
  2. Have a common understanding of key terms and concepts
  3. Be enthusiastic about Lean and Six Sigma improvement activities

Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training
Length: Six Hours
Cost: $200.00
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Start the change management process by communicating the need for improvement and building awareness of what Six Sigma is and how it is a proven method to deliver breakthrough business results. This training is recommended for all associates (part-time supporters) in an organization who will have direct contact with Black Belts working on projects within your Lean Six Sigma implementation.

Participants will:

  1. Understand the need and benefits of process improvement
  2. Experience the impact of Lean Six Sigma concepts
  3. Be prepared to directly participate in process improvement
  4. Know what the tools are and why they are used in the process improvement projects


Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training
Length: 12 Hours
Cost: $300.00
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Prepares participants to be a significant contributing members on a Lean Six Sigma Team. This training is ideal for staff member who will be prepared in the use of non-statistical tools such as Process Mapping, Cause and Effect Matrix (C&E) and Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (FMEA) in their daily work, under the leadership of Black Belts.

Participants will:

  1. Experience the fundamental concepts and benefits of Lean and Six Sigma
  2. Understand how to participate in improvement teams in support roles
  3. Practice several of the non-statistical tools and able to apply them to existing work or projects

Green Belt Certification Testing
Length: Approx: 2.5 Hours
Cost: $170.00
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This certification follows the DMAIC roadmap to gauge a Green Belt’s understanding of the key areas of Six Sigma methodology. Based on SBTI’s exceptional standards, there are 130 multiple-choice questions in more than 15 different focus areas. The Green Belt candidate is required to submit a completed project report along with a letter from their Champion (manager) showing business results in order to get an SBTI certification.

Candidates will be quizzed on:

  1. Their understanding of the roles and responsibilities of being a Green Belt
  2. Their ability to deliver results
  3. Their knowledge of the roadmaps and tools needed to perform at the Green Belt level.

Black Belt Certification Testing
Length: Approx: 2.5 Hours
Cost: $170.00
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Like the Green Belt Certification Test, Black Belt certification follows the DMAIC roadmap to gauge a Black Belt’s understanding of the key areas of Six Sigma methodology. There are 140 multiple-choice questions in more than 15 different focus areas to include more advanced Black Belt topics such as DOE, Capability Analysis, Lean, MSA and more. The Black Belt candidate is required to submit a completed project report along with a letter from their Champion (manager) showing business results as well as participate in a project phone review with an SBTI resource in order to obtain SBTI certification.

Candidates will be quizzed on:

  1. Their understanding of the roles and responsibilities of being a Black Belt
  2. Their ability to deliver results
  3. Their knowledge of the roadmaps and tools needed to perform at the Black Belt level.