Active duty Air Force Senior NCOs can use COOL benefits for Green and Black Belt training. When registering for a course enter coupon code “AFCOOL” at checkout. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org when registering using AFCOOL so additional documents can be emailed to you.
The ideal students are supervisors, managers, and other leaders who want to learn skills that enhance their ability to solve problems and lead people. Also, course is especially impactful for transitioning military members, professionals looking for a resume enhancing credential or supervisors who are frustrated by solving the same problems over and over.
Green Belt: None – course starts with the fundamentals.
Black Belt: Student must have already successfully completed Green Belt training – either at Las Vegas Lean Six Sigma or other Green Belt course.
Green Belt tuition is $1500
Black Belt tuition is $2000
Yes – for military members, veterans, and their immediate family members.
$200 discount for Green Belt – coupon code “milvetgreen”
$300 discount for Black Belt – coupon code “milvetblack”
DeVry University, Henderson campus.
2490 Paseo Verde Parkway, Suite 150, Henderson, NV 89074
Yes, there is a series of video lessons available for the Green Belt, which prepares you to pass the AALSSC Green Belt certification test.
Visit udemy.com and search for “Lean Six Sigma Green Belt – AALSSC” and use discount code “MILVET” for a 20% discount if course is not on sale.
Yes, the AALSSC belt certification exams are included with tuition.
Yes, for some active duty Air Force members the full course tuition is paid for under the AF COOL certification prep course program. Please check with your supervisor.
For other service members please check with your service’s COOL representatives to ask about certification prep courses.
Note: AALSSC certification tests are reimbursable by the G.I. Bill.
- $395 Green Belt
- $475 Black Belt
According to the IRS, all expenses of continuing education undertaken to maintain and improve business and professional skills are tax deductible. (Treas. Reg. 1-162-5).
Please contact your tax advisor for details.
Because “Business Process Analyst” didn’t stick.