Masters Certificate in Lean Six Sigma - Black Belt Learning Path

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Masters Certificate in Lean Six Sigma - Black Belt Learning Path

Program Director Michael Ewing will describe how you can earn your Black Belt certification in Lean Six Sigma methodology.

By Schulich ExecEd

When and where

Date and time

Tue, Jun 22, 2021 9:00 AM - Tue, Dec 5, 2023 10:00 AM PDT



About this event

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Lean Six Sigma - Black Belt is a methodology that combines the world’s best and most rewarding process -improvement strategies. Hundreds of graduates have received the highest level of training – the Masters Certificate in Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt Learning Path – at Canada’s top source for university-level Lean Six Sigma leadership in a program spanning 20 days of learning over five months.

Program Director Michael Ewing will describe the program and answers questions on how you can become black-belt certified.

About the Speaker

Mike Ewing has more than 18 years of experience in sales and business strategy, with an emphasis on coaching, negotiation, CRM, marketing and P&L management. Mike has served over 16 years at American Express, most recently as VP and GM of Travellers Cheques Prepaid Services and Foreign Exchange. While at American Express, Mike became involved with Lean Six Sigma methodologies and disciplines, both as a Champion and as an Executive Sponsor for continuous improvement project

About the organizer

Organized by
Schulich ExecEd

We are an extension of the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto. Our role within the school is to provide lifelong learning for the development of professionals and executives long after their full-time education has been completed and they are in the work force.

Because few of us have the same job for life, we constantly have to re-invent ourselves, learn new skills and adapt to the changing marketplace and business environment. Today’s professionals and executives must be able to quickly develop and fine-tune personal business skills to adapt and grow.