LEAN Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt Certification | Graham Local Schools Partnership


April 7, 21, 28

May 5, 12                                                                             8:00 am - 2:00pm  Lunch Provided


Madison Champaign ESC                                     2200 S. US Highway 68 Urbana  OH 43078         April 7, 21, 28 and May 5

Graham Local Schools                                         7790 US Hwy 36 St. Paris OH 43072                 May 12


Lesli Beavers
Clark State Community College

About the Instructor:

Mike Fedotowsky has over twenty five years of consulting experience in helping companies improve quality and productivity through Leadership Coaching, Lean Six Sigma and Innovation.  Mike is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and Industry Certified Lean Champion. 

Mike is currently working with and has worked with Procter & Gamble, AFRL, Goodwill Industries, The World Bank, Care Source and many other  organizations on Lean Six Sigma improvement projects.


We invite you to be an Industry Partner with Graham Local Schools, Clark State Workforce and Business Solutions and The 5 Disciplines, Inc. by sending employees to our upcoming LEAN Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt training! Attendees will interact with Graham Local students while exploring real world problems and solutions, receiving Yellow and Green Belt certification to bring back to the workplace while helping develop important skills in our future workplace.

Lean Six Sigma is a nationally portable certification.

Lean Six Sigma training has been used by Fortune 100 companies such as Proctor & Gamble, The Limited Brands and GE in Ohio for all of its employees.

Up to this point, Lean Six Sigma training opportunities have been almost non-existent for secondary students. Employers in this region consistently cite a lack of enhanced problem solving skills from our students - we want to provide students with these important skills through this nationally recognized certificate!

Major objectives and outcomes for this program include connecting industry partners with the future workforce, provide relevant program-solving skills to the workforce and industry-recognized credentials being earned by both current employees and high school students.

Industry partners will provide an approved problem for the company to use in the training.