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This Six Sigma certification training is $35 today

Take the first step towards a high-paying project management career with this 10-course collection.
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Competition is fierce in the business world, and, when it comes to staying on top, the companies that can successfully cut costs and boost efficiency have the odds in their favor. To get there, they rely on project managers, trained experts who leverage industry-proven techniques to crunch numbers, reduce waste, and keep projects on track and on budget.

It should come as no surprise that these professionals charge a pretty penny for their services, with some earning up to six figures each year. And, unlike other high-paying jobs, you don't necessarily need to sink years into a pricey college degree to get started—you just need the right training. The Comprehensive Six Sigma Certification Collection can kickstart your journey, and it's on sale for only $35 today.

This 32-hour collection features 10 courses covering the project management essentials, like analyzing data with Minitab and streamlining company initiatives with Six Sigma, an industry-approved methodology project managers use to help operations minimize errors and cut costs. From white belt to black belt, the collection explores the foundational skills and tools Six Sigma professionals use at each level.

With this training under your belt, you'll have the exposure and knowledge necessary to validate your skills, show potential employers what you know, and kickstart your own project management career.

While the Comprehensive Six Sigma Certification Collection usually retails for $1,649, you can get it on sale today for just $35, more than 90 percent off the usual price.

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