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You can become a Six Sigma certified project manager for $59

Save hundreds on over 75 hours of in-depth Six Sigma certification training.
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November 1, 2018
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Certified project managers are in high demand in the tech industry, and can earn six-figure salaries for effectively managing large initiatives across an organization. However, you don't need an expensive college degree to become a project manager - you just need to know the frameworks and methodologies to apply, and a certification is the best way to prove your skills to potential employers. The Complete Six Sigma Training & Certification Bundle offers more than 75 hours of in-depth training to help you ace the most coveted project management certifications around, and while it's normally you can get it today for just $59 - over 90 percent off its usual price.

Six Sigma was initially created at Motorola, and is now used by project managers at giant companies like Amazon and GE to help reduce waste, increase output, and control costs. Throughout six courses, you'll learn fundamental concepts and practical applications of the Six Sigma framework using real world examples. You'll also get flash cards, practice exams, and toolkits to help you pass the various Six Sigma certification exams.

The combined value of all six courses is over $2,300, but you can get the full bundle today for just $59. If you're interested in leveling up your career, grab The Complete Six Sigma Training & Certification Bundle today.

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