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Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate Program

Program Structure

The Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate program is a customer focused curriculum covering the disciplined Six Sigma D-M-A-I-C body of knowledge. Participants will learn practical methods and tools of problem solving in an interactive, real-world experience. Through hands on involvement and mentored project work within their job function this course teaches participants how to collect and analyze key business and process performance measures, identify system inefficiencies, clearly understand root causes and institute new standards and protocols which will ensure long term problem solution sustainability.

Certification Program Outline

Day 1 – Introduction to Lean Six Sigma/Define Phase

Day 2 – Measure Phase

Day 3 – Analyze Phase

Day 4 – Improve Phase

Day 5 – Control Phase/Test Review

Day 6 – Green Belt Test


Basic Algebra
Presentation Skills (Written, Oral)
Program Management Skills
Local Processes Knowledge
Laptop loaded with Minitab (MINITAB 30 day trial included)
Basic Computer Skills
Word Processing

Students can Expect:

Clear and intuitive classes focused on making Six Sigma simple and fun.
Workshops – Work as a team and as individuals on exercises.
Learn how to manage Six Sigma projects to get results.
One on One help as needed in between workshops.
Finish a project successfully with financial impact.

NH MEP also offers Six Sigma Yellow and Black Belt Certificates. For more information, email Training Coordinator Jill Duddy at

13 June

Blueprint Reading and Engineering Drawing

Concord, NH

Students will develop skills to understand engineering drawings, including multi-view drawings, assembly and detailed drawings, section views and auxiliary views. The importance of title blocks, bills of materials, drawings notes and revision control is also emphasized. The course also covers the interpretation of dimensions, surface finishes, screw threads/fasteners, notes and common manufacturing terms and symbols.
18 July

About NH MEP

New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership
172 Pembroke Road
Concord, NH  03301

Phone: 603-226-3200

The New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, disability, age, political affiliation or belief. This nondiscrimination policy encompasses the operation of all educational and training programs and activities. It also encompasses the employment of personnel and contracting for goods and services.

Press Releases

NH MEP Welcomes New Center Director, Tony Fernandez

WELCOME Tony Fernandez, new Center Director/President at NH MEP!

Grant for NH manufacturers seeks to strengthen domestic supply chain

A federal grant of $400,000 is directed to New Hampshire manufacturers to help them build a supply chain that relies more on local and national suppliers and less on foreigners companies. The grant will be administered by the NH Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NHMEP), a nonprofit organization with a mandate “to work with small and medium-sized manufacturers that need assistance in any way. The purpose behind that is to keep businesses here and to keep jobs in the United States.”

Greater Rochester Manufacturers Discuss Workforce Challenges and Seek Solutions from the State

For more information please contact: Cara Tracy, Marketing Manager at carat@nhmep.orgBy Cara Tracy, NH MEP | May 17, 2022 | Updated May 26, 2022 Rochester, NH – On two occasions this month, May 16 and May 25, Rochester’s Mayor, Paul Callaghan, welcomed and facilitated...

Building the Pipeline: A Discussion on the Manufacturing Workforce in the Monadnock Region

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, March 15, 2022 For more information please contact: Zenagui Brahim President Keene, NH – On Tuesday, March 15, NH MEP President, Zenagui Brahim helped facilitate discussion among Keene area manufacturers. The event...

Key Takeaways from the 19th Annual Governor’s Advanced Manufacturing and High Technology Summit

The 19th Annual Governor’s Advanced Manufacturing and High Technology Summit was held virtually on Friday, October 22 with 156 attendees. Mike Mastergeorge, VP of Brazonics, opened the event and introduced Governor Chris Sununu’s video address highlighting the importance of the manufacturing sector to New Hampshire’s economy.