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    I successfully passed the DFSS and Lean courses in March/April 2008, and received certificates in the mail shortly after passing the exams. However, after looking in every nook and cranny, I cannot locate my certificates from iSixSigma. Furthermore, when I tried to log-in under the email address that I’ve had for over 20 years, the iSixSigma webpage stated that no such user was registered. How does that happen? More importantly, how can I get replacement certificates of completion? PLEASE HELP


    Katie Barry

    @terryholley Hi Terry – iSixSigma is not a training provider so we did not train/certify you.

    Do you think you purchased training/certification provided by another company through our Marketplace? Do you have any of your training materials from back in the day that may show the training provider’s name?


    Chris Seider

    @katiebarry , send me a ping to my private email address please.


    Craig Setter


    Hi Terry Holly,

    I thought I would check our records.  Sure enough…

    Certification Type: Six Sigma Lean/DFSS Certification
    Certification Date: March 25, 2008
    Certification Number: 7278487195737
    Issuer: Aveta Business Institute – Six Sigma Online

    Certification Type: Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
    Certification Date: April 10, 2008
    Certification Number: 1004665038731
    Issuer: Aveta Business Institute – Six Sigma Online

    Your information can be verified by employers by having them contact [email protected].  If you need a physical replacement, please reach out to us using the contact form at




    Alberto Brito

    Is this a deja vu? I frecuently see this discussions about training programs and certifications, and almost always participate the same usesrs. I guess that this group of people do this to get the attention of other members of isixsigma on the products that they offer (not explicitly, of course).


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