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Oslo, Norway Six Sigma White Belt Training

Six Sigma Training Oslo

Six Sigma Training Oslo

Individual Training

  • Live Instructor-led online webinar training
  • Self-paced online training
  • Attend class from your home or office
  • Options for e-learning or live instructor training
Six Sigma Online Certification

Six Sigma Online Training

Group Training

  • Private training at your
    office
  • Appropriate for groups of 5 or more students
  • Customizable course content
  • Contact us to discuss your needs
Six Sigma Group Certification

Six Sigma Group Training

Course Offerings

Global 6Sigma.com offers Lean Six Sigma Certification and Training courses in: White Belt, Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt and Master Black Belt.

We also offer Certification and Training courses in Oslo, Norway: Lean Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma, Green Process Management and Minitab.


The unemployment rate of Norway has remained stable for many years now, and an average of 3.44 percent has been estimated by the statistics. More than 630,000 people are currently employed in Oslo, and the city has ranked number one in the European cities of future, where a high level of friendliness is witnessed towards the people that are working in Norway.

This city is a global player when it comes to the field of maritime knowledge and anybody looking to work in the field holds Oslo in high regard. The unemployment ratio has almost always been low and continues to drop even further, opening up numerous doors for many individuals to come and find job opportunities.

Out of the 60,500 people that are employed in Norway, almost 13,100 are immigrants who have migrated from other regions in search for a prosperous future. Within the city of Oslo, the unemployment rate for immigrants is 44% though, and there are still numerous areas where the city needs to improve in order to create even more opportunities for people.

How long does the Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training take?

This can potentially be the most frequently and commonly asked question regarding the Six Sigma training program. The duration of time required to acquire a Lean Six Sigma white belt training truly depends both on the efforts of the individual that is going through the training, and the belt that they intend to attain. Acquiring the most basic six sigma white belt training will only take a few weeks, but if you aim to attain a high level belt like the Master Black, the training can take up to 4 months in total.

Does Having a White Belt Training make a Difference?

The 6 Sigma white belt training Certification can truly make a huge difference in any individual’s professional career by imparting a variety of valuable skills and volumes of knowledge. While the Lean Six Sigma white belt training certification allows for benefits beyond any limitations, the most fruitful are:

  • Bigger remunerations
  • Better and faster growth
  • Higher chances of employment
  • Better leadership and teamwork skills
  • Better quality results and output

White Belt Training Online

While going through online white belt training and missing out on the actual physical experience of the training differs in nature, it is always advisable that you approach a training company for the matter. However, if your case does not allow you that leverage, the white belt training becomes restricted to the online material that is available and not the actual test itself.

The majority of platforms that offer Lean Six Sigma Training online are restricted to lower level belts only, and if an individual feels that the online training will suffice, there are a number of platforms that you can seek out even in your area that provide 6 sigma white belt training online service.

Lean Six Sigma Oslo Training Location

Oslo City Ibsen

C.J. Hambros Plass 2c

0164

Oslo


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The office space in City Ibsen, Oslo is in a modern complex in the heart of Norway's capital. The offices are just 10 minutes' walk from the central railway station and 45km from Oslo Gardermoen International Airport. The Oslo region is the country's premier business area and has a diverse and dynamic economy with one of the highest regional GDPs in Europe. Public and business services account for more than 59 per cent of jobs.

The major service sector employment areas include trade, hotels and catering, banking and insurance. The Port of Oslo is the country's most important general cargo port, offering daily connections to continental ports and overseas destinations. The city is at the heart of Norway's national and international transport infrastructure and is easily accessible. Its airport is one of the most modern in Europe.