Whether you are a company or organization looking to train a group of people or an individual looking to update your abilities, Wright State Professional Development has knowledgeable faculty that works with you to develop training and opportunities that address your current needs. This collaboration lets us offer you an assortment of innovative, high-value programs and services in professional development, emerging markets, leadership, information technology, advanced manufacturing, online learning and more.
This is customized training that gets results, delivered across multiple platforms to maximize the efficiency of your workforce. With experienced instructors that are dedicated to producing significant and last in results, the Office of Professional Development becomes a vital component of your success, and the success of the Dayton region.
Semantics Approach to Big Data and Event ProcessingLocation: WSUDuration: 3 daysCost: $995This course focuses on streaming data and how Semantic Web languages/standards and technologies enable efficient and effective processing for advanced application development. Topics include an introduction to the Semantic Web languages/standards, physical (sensor/IoT), cyber (Web) and social components of big data (primarily streaming form), various languages, models, query processing, and reasoning techniques relevant to various modalities and integrated processing. Students will gain enough background to use tools made available by the academic and industrial community to solve prototypical problems.Example applications include: Smart Cities, Social Media Analytics, Sensor Networks, Situational Awareness, Digital Health, etc. Human sensing and human-centered ISR and Data Analytics applications are relevant to the DoD, including AFRL.Suggested Pre-Requisite Knowledge: Intermediate IT level (programming or application development skills, knowledge of data management and Web technologies)Topics covered:• Big Data with focus on textual and sensor streaming data• Processing social data streams• History and principles of stream computing and complex event processing• Modeling frameworks for complex event processing and data stream management• Stream reasoning• Complex event processing systems in practice• Data & RDF streaming systems in practice• Tools and applicationsUpcoming dates:Register Contact us
When WhereTuesday, October 6, 2015 to Thursday, October 8, 20151:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Joshi 399
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Executive Leadership for Lean Six SigmaLocation: WSUDuration: 8 hoursCost: $479
Executive Management, lead your organization to peak performance through Lean Six Sigma. Learn the "What" and "How" of Lean Six Sigma and the roadmap to a successful Lean Six Sigma transformation. Discover the two critical factors and 14 presuppositions of Lean Six Sigma Leadership. Create strategies, priorities, action plans and the culture of the Lean Six Sigma success.Upcoming dates:Register Contact us
When WhereWednesday, December 2, 20158:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. A230 Creative Arts
Lean Six Sigma Black BeltLocation: WSUDuration: 5 daysCost: $3,995
The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course covers the knowledge needed to lead a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt process improvement project team or work with a Champion Team in identifying opportunities for improvement within an organization. The course includes pre-work and in-class and post-class learning of the Six Sigma Body of Knowledge.Upcoming dates:Register Contact us
When WhereMonday, November 16, 2015 to Friday, November 20, 20158:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Student Union, Pioneer Room
Lean Six Sigma Green BeltLocation: WSUDuration: 8 hoursCost: $2,795
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is a course covering the knowledge needed to participate as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt on a process improvement project team or to lead a Green Belt process improvement project. The blended learning environment will incorporate in-class and self-directed learning as well as project work. Students receive an introduction to the Lean Six Sigma Business Management methodology and the role of a Green Belt project team member and Green Belt level project leader. This course works through a Lean Six Sigma process improvement project utilizing the DMAIC roadmap, concepts, and tools needed to participate in and lead Green Belt projects.Upcoming dates:Register Contact us
When WhereMonday, October 12, 2015 to Wednesday, October 14, 20158:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m Student Union, Cambiar room on 10/12 and Pioneer room on 10/13-10/14