Green Belt Certification Support

Everything you need to successfully complete your Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.


This site is intended to guide you through your certification process. Your commitment to learning and handling important leadership issues and improvement techniques in the workplace will benefit your employer, your own professional development, and identify you as a leader of these efforts. You can expect to participate in an interactive workshop format – taught by experienced practitioners. We are committed to providing you with a high level of customer service. Please feel free to contact us with any comments and suggestions.

Kirby Sneen                            Sue Moldenhauer                           Jeremy Blake
President                                Training and Event Specialist       Leadership & Development Coach                     


Your Certification Requirements

  • Complete the 3 required workshops (4 required workshops for the Online Certification)
  • Attend the Learning to Solve Problems online Project Coaching Workshop
  • Pass the online test after the final workshop
  • Complete 1 Six Sigma Green Belt Application Project


Your Online Account

To log into your online account, go to

  • If you already had a login, we have not changed it
  • If we set up a new account for you, your username is your email and your default password is 123456
  • If you have forgotten your password, select “Forgot your password?” and follow the prompts

Use your online account to:

  • Take your test
  • Track your Certification Progress & Workshop Schedule
  • Access tools and templates



The test is “Open Book,” so you may use your materials and notes from the workshop.

  • On your Account Home page scroll down to Certification Progress
  • Click on the test. For each of the questions presented, select one answer.
  • Click Submit. If you have issues, contact Sue Moldenhauer at


Project Guide

As part of the certification process, applicants must provide suitable evidence of their ability to apply principles and techniques learned throughout the workshops via one (1) practical application project in their workplace and to show at least one (1) positive measurable result.

Each requirement has resources to assist you listed below it. If you have questions regarding a step, or how to utilize a resource, contact Leadership & Development Coach Jeremy Blake at

You may also schedule a live coaching session with Jeremy here: Certification Project Coaching

Download your Project Template here: MA Six Sigma Green Belt Project Template

Download a Sample Project here: GB Sample Project


Project Pre-Work:

Select your Project Topic prior to attending the Learning to Solve Problems workshop

The Project needs to afford you the opportunity to apply skills and tools from the workshops; select a problem you would like to solve, not a “task” you need to complete

Some questions to ask when identifying a project topic are:

  • What are your “Pain Points?”
  • Where is there variation in your processes?
  • What metrics are off track?
  • What is your defect rate?
  • What throughput opportunities are there?
“Selecting Your Project” eCoaching:


The 11 Project Requirements:

1: (  ) Project Introduction/Title/Signature Page

  • Company name
  • Applicant’s name and title
  • Project name
  • Team participants’ names/titles
  • Company business description – 100 word max.
  • Company sign-offs: names of applicant’s manager

2: (  ) Problem Statement – Define the problem without providing solutions or root cause speculation. What is the gap? What process isn’t working? Why is it worth the time and resources to solve this problem?

You will craft your problem statement during the Learning to Solve Problems Workshop. Your Problem Statement must be reviewed and approved by the Manufacturers Alliance Leadership & Development Coach before you can move forward with your project.

“Writing Problem Statements” eCoaching:

3: (  ) Project timeline – What needs to be done, by whom and by when to meet project objectives and timeline


4: (  ) Current state – Describe current conditions, starting point, etc. include quantifiable measurements

  • Describe the starting point or current condition
  • Challenges anticipated

5: (  ) Goals – The goals we plan to achieve

  • Must be measurable

6: (  ) Major project activities and challenges (DMAIC)

  • Outline major DMAIC activities
  • What took place? By whom?
  • What barriers or challenges did the team face?
  • How were they overcome?

7: (  ) List Workshop Skills, Tools and Techniques used

  1. Reference your Workshop Workbooks

8: (  ) Results & final conditions

  • What were the results compared to the goals?
  • What was the after effect of the project?
  • TBD should not be used to show results
  • Avoid words like improved, implemented, updated, enhanced, increased etc. without a concrete measurable unit
“Results Vs. Actions” eCoaching:

9: (  ) Sustainment

  • Think about this during the project
  • How it will be perpetuated or maintained without your involvement?
  • Who owns the process?
  • Aim for more than “auditing” for sustainment

10: (  ) Conclusion/Lessons Learned

  • What was learned?
  • Challenges?  How were they addressed
  • How it can be leveraged elsewhere
  • Suggestions for further improvements

11: (  ) Appendices

Supporting photos, notes, graphics or data charts. For example:

  • Peer surveys
  • Meeting notes/manager’s comments
  • Charts of metrics: quality, engagement or financial trends
  • Standard work, procedure updates


Manufacturers Alliance Evaluation Review:

Submission of Project

Email project to Jeremy Blake at Manufacturers Alliance, with contact info.

Allow up to 5 business days for the review as outlined below.

Project Reviewer’s Criteria

  • Was the project signed off as credible by the applicant’s manager?
  • Is the project in an acceptable format with all requirements met, including at least one positive measurable result?
  • Does the project demonstrate the applicant’s effective application of skills and tools from the certification?
  • Is the applicant following up or measuring the right things to reach the stated objectives to solve the problem and sustain the results?

Reviewer’s Feedback & Certification Completion

Successful submission is followed by:

  • A letter of completion with comments
  • Updated online records on Manufacturers Alliance website
  • A framed certificate of completion
  • Unsuccessful projects will be returned for improvement and re-submission