ASQ partners for Six Sigma training in Malaysia
Partnering with Genaxis marks the first time ASQ Six Sigma training will be available in Malaysia.
The American Society for Quality announced Wednesday that it is partnering with Genaxis to provide Six Sigma training in Malaysia. It marks the first time ASQ Six Sigma training will be available in Malaysia, and training will be available to companies in all industries.
“Bringing quality training to Malaysia is carrying on our vision to make quality a global priority,” said Paul Borawski, executive director and chief strategic officer of ASQ. “The circle of quality is not bound by geography, and the Genaxis partnership will allow ASQ to disseminate its body of knowledge to a broad range of corporations and work force in Malaysia. Our hope is to advance Malaysia's quality of goods and services as part of our effort toward a worldwide environment of quality.”
The agreement will give Genaxis a license to market and deliver ASQ Six Sigma Executive, Champion, Black Belt and Green Belt trainings to organizations throughout Malaysia. Laurel Nelson-Rowe, ASQ managing director, will sign the agreement on behalf of ASQ at a ceremony March 17, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Also attending the ceremony will be the U.S. ambassador to Malaysia, James Keith and Malaysian minister of entrepreneur and co-operative development, Y.B. Dato' Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin.
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