Six Sigma Online

The best training, the best price. Isn't that what Six Sigma is all about?


You now have access to full Six Sigma training courses on your own schedule and location. Whether you want to increase your value to a current or future employer, Six Sigma Online's courses will exceed your expectations.  Our training has been used at multinational corporations and honed over decades in the business environment, and that means that you get the tools you need to be effective.


Do you want to train a number of employees at multiple sites? You could fly them all to the same location and spend thousands of dollars on travel expenses.  On the other hand, Six Sigma Online provides them with high-quality and consistent training that they work through at their own pace without leaving town.  With online interaction, they can even go through the training together.


  • The most comprehensive content available
  • Unlimited access to course materials - brush up on a topic when you need it
  • Full motion video of instructor - over 70 hours of instruction (approx. 160 hours to complete the course)
  • Video captures showing how to use software for all examples
  • Four hardcopy texts for reference
  • Online interaction with instructors and fellow students
  • Telephone support by instructor if needed
  • Real-world examples from business and industry
  • Self-review problems to allow mastery
  • Four online content exams included
  • Project selection advice, mentoring, and assessment included
  • Black Belt certificate issued upon completion criteria for no extra charge

Competitive Analysis

Six Sigma Online Training
Other e-Training*
Master Black Belt to answer questions
Access to course Lifetime 1 year
Online exams
Access to discussion board Lifetime 1 year
Advanced technical topics
Texts included
Certification upon completion
Statistical software 5-month license included Must purchase your own ($550 extra)
Price $2,000 $3,250

*Price and features as of September 16, 2015

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News Flash

Six Sigma's lead instructor Steven Ouellette wrote an article with Dr. Jeffrey Luftig on "The Decline of Ethical Behavior in Business."



Six Sigma Online's lead instructor Steven Ouellette was profiled in the June 2008 issue of Quality Digest magazine. If you want to learn more about Steve's peculiar view of the world, as well as what he studied for a year in Europe, read the profile online.