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Benchmark Six Sigma, is the leading provider of Lean Six Sigma workshops and consulting solutions in India since 2001. Benchmark Six Sigma is the only RABQSA Certified Six Sigma Training Provider (Operating in 8 Major cities across India & even abroad) in India for Yellow, Green and Black Belt programs. We have tie-ups with some of the top-rung organizations and business schools all across India.

Session Title – Six Sigma in the Corporate World. Session Objective – The facilitator shall educate students about application of Lean Six Sigma concepts, techniques and methodology in various sectors by leading companies. Case study related to application of Six Sigma in Banking, IT, Telecom, KPO/BPO, etc. shall be discussed. Students shall realize how live projects can become impactful during their study period and strengthen their resume. Students specializing in Finance, Marketing, HR, Systems, IB, and Operations shall understand how Lean Six Sigma learning can impact their career. Session Methodology – Highly interactive

Session Duration – 90 Minutes Facilitator profile – Mr. Vishwadeep Khatri -Lead Facilitator and Director- B.Tech, M.B.A, Certified Lead Auditor (IRCA, UK), RLA (RABQSA, Australia), Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt (AMT, USA). Six Sigma Black Belt (Moresteam University USA), Senior Member of ASQ. He has been into Business improvement roles as a consultant, auditor and trainer for manufacturing and service industry for over 13 years.
Please refer to the linkedin profile: http://in.linkedin.com/in/vishwadeepkhatri

Benefits of Benchmark Six Sigma Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Some of the benefits for institutes associating with us are as follows a) Employability – The biggest benefit of our program to students is enhanced job placements. High demand for six sigma candidates is best reflected through our job portal. There are over 30 jobs posted everyday specifically seeking lean six sigma

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