Six Sigma Training Overview

LCCC@WorkSix Sigma

Are you looking for higher customer satisfaction, greater profitability, and a huge competitive edge for your company in the marketplace?

  Other Six Sigma and Lean courses are available for customized training
  • Six Sigma Design of Experiments
  • Six Sigma Graphical Data Analysis
  • Successful Leadership in Lean/Team-Based Manufacturing
  • Lean/Team-Based Organizational Design
  • Lean/Team-Based Technical Tool Kit: Part I
  • Lean/Team-Based Tool Kit: Part II


Six Sigma
The DMAIC methods (define/measure, analyze, improve and control) are taught for both Green Belt and Black Belt certifications. Minitab software will be used in class.

  • Define and Measure – Prioritize and select critical input, process and output measures. Validate the measurement system and the current process capability.
  • Analyze – Potential causes are identified and investigated. Identify patterns found in the data.
  • Improve – Strategy factors are considered. Discover how to link the solution to the cause in the Analyze step.
  • Control – Sustaining the gains you've achieved and not slipping back to old ways.

Six Sigma Programs

  • Six Sigma Green Belt
    The DMAIC methods (define/measure, analyze, improve and control) are taught for projects of immediate significance to your firm.  Minitab software will be used in class.
  • Six Sigma Black Belt
    We will extend each DMAIC session of the Green Belt class two and half days for additional Black Belt training.  Certification of completion will be awarded after documented results of your in-class project.

Minitab Software
Learn the most recommended software for quality statistics.  Avoid the drudgery of manual calculations, save time and speed results!  Especially recommended for Six Sigma use.  This course is included in the certification classes and a student edition of Minitab software is complimentary.  Each participant should bring a laptop computer.  If unavailable, one will be provided in class.  

Dan Sommers has 22 years of service with General Electric Lighting.  He has been a Design for Six Sigma Master Black Belt in Lighting Technology, a Six Sigma Black Belt in a high-volume lamp manufacturing plant, a product-line quality manager, a product-line quality project leader, a quality manager and quality engineer.

Six Sigma Green Belt Training Six Sigma Black Belt Training
Week 1:  Feb. 8 & 9, 2016 Week 1:  Feb. 8-11, 2016
Week 2:  Feb. 29 & Mar. 2 2016 Week 2:  Feb. 29 & Mar. 2,4, & 7, 2016
Week 3:  Apr. 4 & 5, 2016 Week 3:  Apr. 4-7, 2016
Week 4:  May 9 & 11, 2016 Week 4:  May. 9 & 11-13, 2016



  • Green Belt Training: $3,500.00/participant 
  • Black Belt Training:  $6,500.00/participant      
  • Fees include books and Minitab software

Click here for a printable registration form.

For more information, contact:

Theresa Booth at (800) 995-5222 (extension 4300), or direct at (440) 366-4300; e-mail  

These programs are offered by LCCC's Lean and Six Sigma Center in partnership with the University of Akron.



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