Benchmark Six Sigma is Accredited training Provider of Exemplar Global (previously RABQSA), a member of ASQ family. Exemplar Global provides global recognition for our Green Belt, Black Belt and Master Black Belt programs
Q1: Why should I choose the design thinking practitioner workshop from Benchmark Six Sigma over other design thinking certification programs?
Benchmark Six Sigma has been conducting Design trainings as for more than 15 years.We have been involved in initiatives like APQP – Advanced Product Quality Planning that uses all key components of DFSS Black Belt. Benchmark has explored usefulness of Design Thinking along with DFSS in real projects while working with client organizations.
Q2: Will it be effective to undertake this design thinking course online?
The virtual learning experience will not be much different from the classroom setup. “Learning by doing”, group activities and cross industry information sharing will ensure participants will discover knowledge in their journey towards the understanding of an idea, tool or thought.
Q3: Are there any prerequisites for this certification program?
No. You can enroll directly for the design thinking course.
Q4: Does the workshop cover practical applications of Design thinking?
Yes. The workshop focuses on practical knowledge that is directly applicable to real-world situations.
Q5: What stages of design thinking are covered in the certification program?
The certification program serves as a step by step guide to cover the different stages of design thinking; Empathise, Define, Ideate, Prototype and Test.
Q6: Does the design thinking course fees include the examination fees?
Yes. The course fees includes the fees for the certification exam.
Q7: What is Design Thinking Practitioner?
Design Thinking is a human centered approach for problem solving which is especially useful for ill-defined problems.
Q8: What concepts of design thinking are covered in the certification program?
Empathy study, Effective interviews, Observation studies, Brainstorming methods, Assumptions Testing and Prototyping, etc. are few of the many concepts covered in this program.
Q9: How is design thinking course different from running design sprints?
Design Thinking is both a problem definition and problem-solving framework. We can use it in an early stage to discover opportunities, to frame and reframe problems using empathy with our customers, and then find solutions through ideating, prototyping and testing. Design Sprints are purely a problem-solving method. For Design Sprints to work, we must start with a well-defined challenge.
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