Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Certification Testing

The GIAMC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam™ is a 150 question, closed book, proctored exam with a 4 hour allotted time. The Exam contains multiple-choice and true/false questions from each major section of the GIAMC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Body of Knowledge and is administered in more than 5,000 Testing Centers located within 145 countries throughout the world and through the GIAMC Web-Based On-Demand testing system and by hundreds of GIAMC Accredited Providers.


In order to achieve the professional designation of GIAMC Certified Black Belt  from the Global Institute of Advanced Management Certification, candidates must sit for the GIAMC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam and achieve a minimum score of 580 points out of a total potential of 750 points.

There are no prerequisites required in order to sit for the GIAMC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam. For more about this see FAQ’s and the GIAMC  position on knowledge and application. Purchase a Black Belt Exam Voucher for $350 USD through the link provided below.

Book Black Belt Exam


For those who wish to sit for the exam it is recommended, but not required, that Lean Six Sigma training is obtained through a qualified institution, Lean Six Sigma trainer or corporate program. It is also recommended, although not required, that those sitting for the exam have some degree of real-world Lean Six Sigma work experience and project application experience.


Upon successful achievement, Professionals will receive GIAMC Black Belt Certification issued by the Global Institute for Advanced Management Certification™, a true independent third-party Certification Association within the Lean Six Sigma Industry.

A GIAMC  Certified Black Belt is issued a Certificate (PDF) which includes a Certification Number, a digital badge, added to the Official GIAMC Certification Register and granted the right to use the GIAMC Certification Marks and Titles; a professional designation which may be used in resumes and public profiles such as LinkedIn, consistent with the GIAMC Marks Use Policy.