Introduction to Six Sigma

Contains: Concept | Organisational Structure | Methodology and Tools

This course is an introduction to the renowned Six Sigma quality improvement methodology.

Available via: English | Nederlands

Prices from: 1.50 € / Month *      

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Course Introduction

This course Introduction to Six Sigma brings you the renowned Six Sigma quality improvement system.

Developed by Motorola and pioneered at General Electric, many of the biggest companies have implemented Six Sigma and its philosophy, improving their processes and saving considerable money in the process.

This course introduces you to the basics of Six Sigma. You will get to know its underlying concept, its organisational structure and its main methodology. Also included is an overview of some analytical tools used in the application of Six Sigma.

Why buy this course?

Our DuoTesting methodology makes sure you will learn it fast and that you will retain your knowledge, also because you can always go back to your course, on any device.

When you have finished this course, you will have a good understanding of Six Sigma and its main values. You should be able to determine your next steps in the implementation of Six Sigma in your organisation.

Additional information

This Introduction to Six Sigma course is part of our OHS/TQM suite of courses.


For individual users, the price of this Introduction to Six Sigma course is 12.00 euro per person.

For an organisation, the price of this Introduction to Six Sigma course is €5.00 euro per person.

Prices are for a calendar year.

Special Offers

This course is included in our FOUNDATION Package.

The DuoTrainin FOUNDATION Package consists of 40+ courses, for which an organisation pays EUR 79 per user per 12 months.

Our ENTERPRISE Package consists of 90+ courses and includes all courses from the FOUNDATION Package. The price for organisations for the DuoTrainin ENTERPRISE Package is EUR 199 per user per 12 months.

Both these packages include our Learning Management System (LMS). The minimum amount of users for both these packages is 10.