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Enroll today for any Six Sigma Online Certification Course and receive over 40% off.  If enrolling into our Black Belt Program, it will even include your White Belt, Yellow Belt, and Green Belt Certifications at no additional charge!

Why Over 6 Million People Have Come to See What We Offer

As one of the most established and longest running providers in the industry for online Six Sigma Training & Certification, we have had millions of people just like you weighing our training against the competition.  Here are just a few reasons why many prospective training candidates who have performed their due-diligence have chosen to trust us with their educational needs. 

Fully Accredited

Not only is our organization accredited by The Council for Six Sigma Certification (the largest industry accreditation provider to colleges, universities, and private training organizations worldwide), but we also share some of the same original founders.  This speaks volumes to our heritage and our underlying commitment to quality education and consumer value. Many providers come and go, but we have remained a trusted industry pioneer.

Six Sigma Online was among the very first to offer online-based Six Sigma training and certification. Over 130,000 certified graduates from the Americas to Asia to the Middle East have trusted our accredited programs to enhance their careers.

Our clients range from multi-national corporations like Coca-Cola and BP to Government Organizations like the US Department of Defense.

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Unlike many Six Sigma Certification providers, we never put an expiration date on your certification.  

Many providers require renewals not so much to benefit their certified students, but instead to increase their own revenues.

This can be extremely lucrative for them as they force you to pay extra exorbitant costs over the course of your entire career.  Even worse, these costs are often hidden the details of the expiration in fine print.  It is not uncommon for a student to be shocked with this information only AFTER they have earned their achievement and see their final certificate.

Think about it… does a college degree come with an expiration date?  Neither should your Six Sigma Certification.

Rest assured that our training is well recognized in the business community and we take the needs of employers very seriously. Many other training providers certify their students without a serious attempt of teaching thorough and lasting fundamentals of Six Sigma business methodologies. Our programs were designed to offer the most flexibility while still retaining a rigorous course-load. Every Six Sigma course offered by the Aveta Business Institute is self-paced.

Our programs have been used throughout the world by some of the largest companies… our certifications are very well respected. Below is a short list of Six Sigma business clients that have benefited from having their employees enrolled into our online program:

  • Apple
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • Facebook
  • Amazon
  • Coca-Cola
  • Samsung
  • Disney
  • State/Federal Government Agencies

Your life can become unexpectedly busy and stressful… we aren’t looking to make things even worse by imposing unrealistic deadlines. 

Since our courses are designed for individuals whose schedule demands a self-paced approach, you decide when to take your exams.  There is no “set” scheduled online class time (or date).  Our courses were designed to fit around your busy lifestyle.

Our students have 12 months from the time of payment to complete all of their certification requirements.  But again, our students are never  pressured to finish their program. Even if you require more than 1 year to complete your program, course extensions are always available before the deadline upon request from Customer Care (free of charge).

We offer the same quality Six Sigma training you will find at many top universities. 

However, many of these leading collegiate training providers have a problem.  They offer both classroom-based and online-based programs. 

Classroom-based training is much more expensive for these providers since they have to pay for facilities, full-time instructors, travel costs, etc.  When asked to justify the higher price, their only real justification is that since an instructor speaks to an entire class, you would have learned significantly more than if you would have read the same material yourself (even though U.S. Department of Defense studies have shown that online training proved to be more effective in courses of greater complexity than classroom-based instructor-led training).

Let us not also forget that in a classroom environment, students are rushed through their programs (and often not given a chance to absorb the material) due to strict time constraints.  Most importantly, students are not provided a way to easily reference the material later (it is only natural that students will forget pieces of what they have learned as time goes on).

This reasoning makes learning Six Sigma in an online environment HIGHLY preferable to classroom-based training.

In a perfect world, this shouldn’t matter since many respected colleges and universities also offer online courses.  Often, these colleges and universities keep their online prices inflated to help subsidize their classroom-based programs.  This is why you will see our same program sold for double or triple the price elsewhere.

We would much rather keep our prices honest and pass the savings directly to you.


Originally developed by Bill Smith at Motorola in 1986, the Six Sigma Training program was created using some of the most innovative quality improvement methods from the preceding six decades. The term "Six Sigma" is derived from a field of statistics known as process capability. The term 6 Sigma refers to the ability of manufacturing processes to produce a very high proportion of output within specification. Processes that operate with "six sigma quality" over the short term are assumed to produce long-term defect levels below 3.4 defects per million opportunities. Six Sigma's goal is to improve overall processes to that level of quality or better.