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Diploma in Six Sigma QLS Level 4
Course at QLS Level 4
Endorsement Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme
Study Method Online Learning
Course Duration 400 Hours
Entry Requirements No Entry Requirements
Start Date Ongoing
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Six Sigma Training Online

Fast-track your progression and become an elite project manager, with our exclusive Six Sigma Training Online!  Work towards Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Online with Oxford Home Study Centre, the web’s leading distance learning specialists!  Enjoy the freedom to study in your own time at a pace that suits your lifestyle, with no deadlines or time restrictions to worry about.  Learn how the world’s biggest and most successful businesses use the Six Sigma DMAIC process (define, measure, analyse, improve, control) to enhance their performance and profitability.  Build the skills, knowledge and confidence to take ownership of challenging projects, under the watch of your personally-assigned tutor from start to finish.  Boost your CV with Lean Six Sigma Certification Online and the career of your dreams could be right around the corner!

Why Study Six Sigma?

To study Six Sigma is to prime yourself for a successful and rewarding career.  Introduced more than 30 years ago by Motorola, Six Sigma would go on to become the most flexible, versatile and widely-applicable project management framework in the world.  At its core, the Six Sigma DMAIC methodology is all about optimising performance and eliminating waste.  Across all contemporary sectors, Six Sigma can be applied to almost any process, project or activity in an organisational setting.  Hence, to achieve Six Sigma certification is to become an invaluable asset for employers and decision makers worldwide. Whether exploring project management for the first time or ready to take your current career a step further, this Level 4 Six Sigma Project Management Diploma is open for enrolment right now!

At Oxford Home Study Centre, we prioritise flexibility and accessibility for the benefit of our customers.  This exclusive Level 4 Six Sigma Project Management Diploma is delivered over a series of six engaging modules, each of which concludes with an online assessment for submission to your assigned tutor.  Topics covered are as follows:

Module 1: Six Sigma Basics  

The course begins by discussing the functions, objectives and limitations of Six Sigma, while examining each of the five components of the DMAIC approach to project management - (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control).  Candidates explore the extent to which Six Sigma has influenced the performance and success of hundreds of major businesses worldwide.

Module 2: Project Improvement Tools      

An introduction to the seven most significant Six Sigma project management tools follows in the second module - Cause Effect Diagrams, Histograms, Flowcharts, Scatter Diagrams, Pareto Analysis, Check Sheets and Control Charts.  Candidates are presented with samples of each of these tools, while discussing their functions, advantages and applications.

Module 3: Management Tools for Generating Ideas        

Module three turns attention to tools and techniques for generating ideas, in which candidates discuss consensus-building, multi-voting and the nominal group technique.  Brainstorming sessions and affinity diagrams are also examined, alongside the purposes and mechanics of quality audits, an introduction to nonconformance and more.

Module 4:  Project Lifecycle

An in-depth exploration of the project life cycle follows in module five, which discusses each individual stage in detail - Initiation, Strategic Planning, Execution, Control and Closure.  Candidates also learn how and why objectives should be established using the SMART methodology - Specific, Measurable, Accurate, Realistic and Time-Bound.  Project charters and project resource planning are also discussed.

Module 5: Continuous Improvement

Six Sigma’s role in the pursuit of continuous improvement is discussed in module five, which takes a more detailed look at the DMAIC (define, measure, analyse, improve, control) approach to project management.  The benefits of striving for continuous improvement at all stages of the project life cycle are also examined.

Module 6: Customer Relationships 

Bringing the course to a close, module six details the direct correlation between customer relationship strength and wider business performance.  The benefits of building and maintaining strong customer relationships are discussed, along with the RATER model (Reliability, Assurance, Tangibles, Empathy and Responsiveness) and how to conduct effective customer satisfaction surveys.

For more information about our Six Sigma certificate/diploma courses and Free Courses, get in touch with the OHSC admissions team today.

Paying in Instalments: £540(interest FREE Instalments)

Deposit: £108

No of Instalments: 12

Each Instalment: £36

Pay in Full: (£100 Discount) £440

At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the components the learner has completed as part of the course).

This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.

If you’re a serious about reaching the top of the ladder a project management setting, this exclusive Level 4 Six Sigma Project Management Diploma could help you take that next big step.  Typical roles in contemporary project management include associate project manager, project support officer, team assistant, project planner, implementation manager, project controller and many more besides.  Most of which attach entry-level salaries in the region of £25,000 and up.

Who Should Take This Course?

Oxford Home Study Centre is proud to offer an exclusive range of Six Sigma courses, designed specifically for distance learning.  This endorsed Level 4 Six Sigma Project Management Diploma may prove of particular interest to the following applicants:

  • Newcomers with no Six Sigma background
  • Project managers pursuing promotion
  • Business owners and prospective entrepreneurs
  • Senior personnel and decision-makers
  • Anyone interested in high-level project management
  • Jobseekers working on their CVs and employability

Enrol online with Oxford Home Study Centre and enjoy the freedom to study in your own time at a pace that suits your lifestyle.  Get started on your Level 4 Six Sigma Project Management Diploma today, or contact our student support team for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

All of our project management courses are suitable for beginners, as each programme starts out with simpler topics before moving on to more complex knowledge areas.  In addition, no prior knowledge or experience is necessary to enrol on our project management courses.

All study aids and learning resources are included in the initial fee, so all you will need to complete your course is a computer and a reliable Internet connection.  You can then complete the course at a time and pace to suit your lifestyle, with no time restrictions or deadlines.

Yes - all of our courses are 100% web-based, with no classroom time or in-person meetings involved.  The course in its entirety and all end-of-unit assessments take place online, enabling learners from all over the world to take our endorsed project management courses.

We offer a wide range of project management certificates and diplomas at various levels, in order to suit all requirements and career objectives. However, ambitious learners looking to pursue a successful career in project management should opt for a higher-level project management diploma.

The current starting salary for a project manager in the United Kingdom is around £20,000 to £30,000, in accordance with location, experience and sector. Senior project managers with sufficient experience often take home more than £50,000 plus benefits.

The length of time it takes to become a project manager will always vary significantly from one candidate the next. While some highly skilled and ambitious candidates achieve project manager status in as little as a year, it can take others three to five years to reach the same level.

Project management is a highly respected field with excellent job security, good earnings potential and limitless scope for further professional development.  Demand for qualified project managers is expected to continue outstripping supply indefinitely, making it a great profession to pursue.

The first step on the journey toward becoming a project manager is to take an endorsed course and study the basics of the profession.  Prospective employers will expect to see evidence of formal academic achievements from prospective candidates for project management positions.

If you have no prior knowledge or experience within the field of project management, you will need to take an appropriate course to develop a good grasp of what the job entails.  It is possible to get a job as a project manager without experience, with a strong enough academic background.

Demand for project managers is at an all-time high, with the Project Management Institute estimating that a further 22 million new job openings within the field will be created within the next five years alone.  Consequently, there has never been a better time to get started.

A successful project manager needs to excel in numerous areas, including but not limited to leadership skills, team management, negotiation skills, communication, problem solving, time management and risk management.  If you fit the bill, you could be an ideal candidate.

The career path of the project manager will always be different from one professional to the next.  However, there is always excellent scope for progression to senior project manager or executive status, where earnings potential can reach £80,000 or higher for experienced professionals.