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Why be a Green Belt?


Learn how great names in engineering managed to rebuild postwar Japan using the quality of the production system as their main ally. This course makes you a green belt in Six Sigma, which means you will have all the skills you need to support quality projects within your organization, understanding how to reduce waste and maximize production, solve complex problems and make the system productive. as efficient as possible. This course also includes the addition of Lean manufacturing concepts, the system that made Toyota become synonymous with world quality and that revolutionized the automobile industry. This course is intended for those who are or aspire to be coordinators, managers, or consultants who work at the state of the art, whether in service, business, project management or on the production line itself.


  • Six Sigma Certified Professionals  receive an average of 10 to 20% more than people in the same position without certification, 90% of companies consider certification a differential and  on average 10% of vacancies consider it mandatory to have a certification. 

    This choice is appropriate for those who lead projects, work with processes, services and operations,  having a focus on quality. 


When purchasing any of our courses, in addition to support materials such as templates and an ebook, you will also receive a printed version of our latest book: Driven By Value.


The more training you do with O Projetês, the cheaper your training becomes. Get 10% off your second course, 20% off your third, 30% off your fourth and 50% off your fifth course. 

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More than a school, we are a community of professionals who help each other, when you purchase any course with us you have support for the rest of your life, just send us your question and we will answer it!


Pleasure, I'm Rapha! As is probably happening to you, I spent a good part of my life trying to understand how I could stand out professionally,  and how I could make a difference in the companies I worked for. The problem is that for a long time I sought knowledge from people who didn't necessarily understand the market, very theoretical courses from people who either never worked or worked for a very short time, and almost never experienced the knowledge they taught. Worse is that with each training I did I felt I was facing a pre-defined script, much more than someone willing to teach me. And it is from this indignation that Projetês arose, I spent many years of my career trying to understand the language of projects, and I hit my head a lot so that you don't have to do the same. 


To begin with, training is for a few people, as well as agile teams, we don't go beyond 8 in a class. There is programmatic content, yes, but it will depend on your needs, that is: you bring what you want to learn and I manage here to teach you. In addition, the training is completely dynamic, I teach you the technique using it. All my trainings are done using Eduscrum, that is, you don't leave here without having experienced in practice what we will learn. Finally, my concern is not the content of the certification, most training has support videos with this focus and I already provide didactic material to support you, the classes will serve only and exclusively for you to learn what you need, that's why in them you will learn to write your stories, you will tell what your reality is like and learn from the reality of others, and we are not going to show you how agility can be used in your daily life. And it's okay if we need to talk about Kanban, Design Thinking, Scrum, OKR, Disciplined Agile, Safe, or Lean, my background allows me to contribute with whatever practice you need, even if the training is not exclusive to it.


I've worked on national and international projects, with teams from Holland, Italy, Belgium, United States and Canada. I've worked on projects of the most diverse types, from state-of-the-art engineering to socio-environmental projects for needy communities. I was a member of the first management of Engenheiros Sem Fronteira Brasil and saw a team of little more than 5 people become more than 200, I have already worked as a city councilor, I am a PMI mentor, a member of committee 093 of the Projects, Programs and Portfolio standard, founding member of the management 3.0 community of practices and Professor of project management at Effya Escola de Engenharia and currently I am a partner at Verum Partners where I work as Agile Coach for Capital and Infrastructure projects. It is this practical and rich experience that I transmit during my training sessions. 


My current training NPS is 9.8, my students got new challenges and some increased their salary by up to 10x after doing a training combo with me. My goal is to make a difference in students' lives, a little bit at a time.

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