Dallas-Fort Worth Six Sigma Firm Offers its Black Belt Program at no Cost to Area Laid-off Workers

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Axionnering, a Six Sigma training and consulting firm, announces it is offering its Black Belt training at no cost to four recently laid-off area workers. The training will help sharpen these workers' skills and make them more attractive to potential employers.

Axionnering, a Six Sigma training and consulting firm, announces today it is offering its Black Belt training at no cost to four recently laid-off area workers. The training will help sharpen these workers' skills and make them more attractive to potential employers.

For every four paid candidate Black Belts, Axioneering will offer one seat at no cost to one participant. Each seat is valued at $8,000. Conditions to apply are the following:

  • Bachelors Degree, preferably in Engineering or Business or an equivalent level of work experience. At least three to five years of professional level experience. Prior supervisory experience a plus.
  • Project management skills, team leadership skills, and good communication skills.
  • Ability to learn and do statistical analysis and have basic computer skills.

Applicants are expected to seek sponsorship from a local organization (government, charity) for a project to improve the community. Black Belt candidates are usually expected to bring to training a project sponsored by their company.

The training will follow the traditional Six Sigma schedule of one week in class / three weeks at work and will be held from April through July. The venue will be in Irving, Texas.

Six Sigma is a business management method, which today enjoys widespread application in many sectors of industry.

Six Sigma seeks to improve products or processes by identifying and removing the root causes of defects and errors that prevent meeting customer needs. It uses a set of quality management methods, including statistical methods, and creates a special infrastructure of people within an organization ("Black Belts" etc.) who are experts in these methods. Each Six Sigma project follows a defined sequence of steps and has quantified financial targets (cost reduction or profit increase). Design for Six Sigma is a sister methodology used to develop new products and processes.

About Axioneering
Axioneering is a new training and consulting firm focusing on Six Sigma, the set of methodologies aimed at improving and developing breakthrough products and processes. Its principal, Alex Christodulidis, has a proven track record practicing Six Sigma since 2001 in different capacities including Black Belt, Lead Master Black Belt, and Project Sponsor. Mr. Christodulidis has taught and applied DMAIC and Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) in the areas of product design, manufacturing, logistics, accounting, and enterprise risk management.

For more information, please contact
Alex Christodulidis
Axioneering, LLC
972-443-9823
http://www.axioneering.com

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