BPM, Yellow & Green Belt Training
- progress in your career?
- make yourself more marketable?
- raise the bar with your skill and knowledge?
- learn from those who have excelled in the field?
If your answer to any of the above is yes, then check out Michigan State University’s Business Process Management (BPM) Certificate program or Baldwin Wallace University’s BPM, Yellow Belt, and Green Belt Training.
When it comes to impressing potential employers, certificate programs set you ahead of other applicants by demonstrating an initiative for professional development and a superior skill set.
Did you know?
Employees with a certificate in specialty areas like Six Sigma or BPM can potentially earn a starting salary of nearly $72,000 annually – more than 72 percent of his peers with an associate’s degree and more than 54 percent of male bachelor’s degree holders.
According to a new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, certificates are the fastest growing form of postsecondary credentials and are a key component of workforce development.
This growing trend reflects professionals seeking advanced training to bolster skills or learn new ones in a tight job market as nearly one-third of certificate holders also retain an associate, bachelors or graduate degree.
Business Process Management (BPM), Yellow and Green Belt Training are more than just certifications, the training delivers fundamental process improvement skills that can be applied in any industry.
BPM training focuses on driving organizational value through a process-improvement culture. BPM can be as simple as defining unclear processes, continually looking for areas of improvement and making changes, or as complex as a complete business process re-engineering venture.
With BPM training, you would be able to streamline processes and quantify how these processes are helping an organization optimize its workflow.
Yellow and Green Belt Training provides individuals with a new skill set that makes it possible to identify defects in manufacturing or business processes, remove these defects, and develop a statistical method for quality management. This training gives individuals the opportunity to understand what business problems look like in the real world and how to tackle these loopholes in a way that benefits business.
|Michigan State University||Baldwin Wallace University|
|Office of Education Development||Professional Development|
|Sally Vescolani, Director||Connie King, Director|
|(517) 353-5661||(440) 826-3821|