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PEX Network Announces the Launch of Online Learning for the Process Excellence and Lean Community!

LONDON, January 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Enabling process professionals to become qualified process
improvement practitioners

The PEX Network is proud to announce new courses, delivered entirely online for the process excellence community. The learning courses, delivered by the newly formed PEX Institute, will enable participants to confidently implement and sustain successful process improvement projects in your organization.

The PEX Institute courses, powered by The Quality Group (TQG), are available for Lean Six Sigma (LSS) Yellow, Green, Black and Executive belt certification. Each course will start with an introduction to Lean, the Lean Roadmap, Six Sigma and DMAIC Methodology. Course participants will then move on to building specific skills in tools, analysis and deployment to enable you to run your own Lean and Six Sigma projects.

Anyone involved with Lean, Six Sigma, Continuous Improvement or Process Excellence will benefit from these PEX Institute courses which start the week commencing 4 March 2013. The PEX Institute is now accepting applications for the blended Lean Six Sigma courses at http://www.pexnetwork.com/institute.

PEX Network General Manager Vanessa Lovatt says "This is a landmark achievement for us, our 70,000+ community, event attendees and the wider process excellence industry. This is something the PEX community has been asking for so it's a pleasure to be able to provide it at a standard we know is exceptional and in an online environment which means anyone globally can participate.

Teaming up with The Quality Group, who have been providing process improvement blended learning for over twenty years, is the ideal way to enhance the industry's credentials."

TQG CEO Rob Stewart adds "PEX Network is a highly respected organization in the global process excellence community. The conferences are always first-rate, and the community is expansive and engaged.  We at TQG are excited to share our blended learning for LSS and Process Improvement across their network, benefitting their members with leading-class Lean Six Sigma training through the PEX Institute. Now, through this partnership, PEX Network will be able to serve the ever-increasing demand for process improvement knowledge and project execution skills."

For further details on the course programmes please visit http://www.pexnetwork.com/institute.

About PEX Network  

PEX Network is an online, free to join, 70,000+ membership community providing process professionals with exclusive access to a library of multimedia resources from top executives on Lean Six Sigma, BPM, Operational Excellence, Continuous Improvement and other process excellence related topics. Collectively we help process excellence professionals discover what are the best way's to get measurable results through Process Excellence and to seek actionable solutions to specific process problems through worldwide mass collaboration.

In addition to online resources, PEX Network organizes 30+ targeted face-to-face events globally per year with industry specific focuses on Financial Services, Telecoms & Utilities, and Energy. We also hold major cross industry summits on process excellence in Orlando, FL (PEX Week) and in London, England (PEX Week Europe) every January and April.

The Quality Group (TQG) has been producing innovative e-Learning solutions that improve lives, organizations, and communities since 1992. A leader in blended learning solutions for Fortune 500 enterprises, TQG enables elegant, technology-powered learning experiences on a global scale - with an ever-present focus on Process Improvement (PI). The Quality Group also works with academic partners and strategic distribution partners to fulfill Blended e-Learning demand among their constituents. For more information on The Quality Group, visit http://www.thequalitygroup.net.


 

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