Courses & Events
Those who pass the exam will receive Green Belt certification from the University of Kansas.
You can enroll and start at any time and take up to two months to complete the course at your own pace even if you finish after June 30.
October 12, 2020 to June 30, 2021, Self-paced Online Training (Online, WEB)
This online program prepares those who already have a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt to lead large projects by explaining Six Sigma philosophies and principles, demonstrating team leadership, understanding team dynamics and assigning team member roles and responsibilities. Those who pass the exam will receive Black Belt certification from the University of Kansas.
October 20, 2021 to November 17, 2021, Live Online Training (Online, WEB)
You can enroll and start at any time and take up to four months to complete the course at your own pace.
June 1, 2021 to January 1, 2022, Self-paced Online Training (Online, WEB)
You can enroll and start at any time and take up to four months to complete the course at your own pace even if you finish after July 1.
October 1, 2020 to July 1, 2021, Self-paced Online Training (Online, WEB)
Part of the Online Certificate in Maintenance Management.
This live, online course will help you select and apply different predictive maintenance inspection techniques and develop task lists based upon reliability programs. The program is designed for all types of maintenance environments including refineries, chemical plants, factories, mines, large buildings, organizations with many smaller buildings, and all types of mobile fleets.
June 8, 2021 to July 6, 2021, Live Online Training (Online, WEB)
August 31, 2021 to April 30, 2022, Self-paced Online Training (Online, WEB)
Participants in this certificate program will learn to:
- Understand the social, economic, and legal issues which drive sustainability development.
- Describe the relationship between resiliency and sustainability and give examples of resilient engineering designs.
- Understand indicators and metrics used to gauge environmental impact of a project.
- Apply tools to determine how a project and its sustainability characteristics may positively (or negatively) contribute to human health and the environment.
- Illustrate how a carbon footprint can be calculated and how carbon emissions can be reduced and/or offset.
- Demonstrate how life cycle assessment can be used to measure the environmental sustainability of products, processes or services.
- Describe how environmental health risk assessment is a necessary step for developing methods of risk management.
- Illustrate different methods of sustainable waste management.
- Describe how the circular economy can support sustainability.
- Illustrate how green building concepts can impact sustainability.
- Describe the main parts of a sustainability assessment for a specific project: environmental, economic and social.