Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, SSGI



Instructor: Zachary R. Shore: Six Sigma Global Institute

In this course, you learn the basics of Lean Six Sigma, in order to earn your Six Sigma Global Institute (SSGI) yellow belt. Before you can get certified, you must complete the course here. SSGI will provide you with a certificate upon successful completion, which you may then upload to the AFRLA website as proof of completion. This, along with passing a quiz on this website to demonstrate a clear understanding of the material will result in AFRLA certification of your satisfactory completion of the course. To become AFRLA accredited, you must meet all of the following requirements:

  1. Complete the exact coursework at SSGI and generate your online certificate. You will need to submit the live link to your NLP certificate as proof that you completed this course. You may not substitute any other course for the one linked in this description.
  2. Pay the non-refundable AFRLA fee for accreditation. That covers you for a full year, and then your membership will automatically renew on an annual basis to keep you in good standing as a AFRLA accredited NLP practitioner. You will have the option to cancel at any time. If your payment method expires, or if you decide to cancel, then your membership will expire at that time and will not renew.
  3. Take the qualifying exam linked in this course. You must pass with a score of 80% or higher, and you must paste the live Udemy link into the form. If you do not pass or include the Udemy link, then you will need to retake the exam and resubmit your results. Your initial membership fee entitles you to take the exam up to 3 times. If you do not pass the third attempt, you will need to re-register and pay the non-refundable fee again. If you lose membership status due to cancellation or an incomplete payment, you will need to retake the qualifying exam to remain in good standing.

Your AFRLA Accreditation entitles you to the following benefits:

  • AFRLA verification that the course materials meet our requirements for accreditation
  • AFRLA authentication that you have completed the coursework
  • AFRLA certification that you have understood a passing level of material from the coursework 
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