Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Department of Professional Education Programs offers a new three-day workshop designed to give candidates the opportunity to earn their Lean Six Sigma yellow belt certification that will provide them with the knowledge and tools to better implement Lean Six Sigma efforts within their organization. Participants will learn about the execution of projects in LSS in aviation and aerospace service as well as the industrial environment.
In addition to the Lean Six Sigma Short Course, all Embry-Riddle Pro-Ed courses for spring are industry-focused and designed for professionals involved in the operation, management and supervision of aerospace organizations.
These highly sought-after face-to-face programs are hosted at Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus and are taught by aviation industry subject-matter experts.
Choose from these professional development courses:
The staff at Embry-Riddle’s Professional Programs can also create specialized programs and customized education offered on campus or on site. All courses can be completed independently or go toward their respective certificate (where applicable).
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University uniquely combines expertise and technology to address the most pressing challenges facing today’s aviation industry. The continuing education curriculum at Embry-Riddle covers the operation, marketing and management of modern aircraft and the systems that support them. With a team of leading industry experts and top academics, these short courses provide the participants with global perspectives into the air transport industry, with an intensive summary of the current issues and key factors that influence success.
For more information, contact Sarah Ochs, Director of Professional Programs; email@example.com; (386) 226-6928.
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