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What Is ELearning, and How Can It Help Me?

Email, ecommerce, ebusiness—what do they all have in common? Obviously, they all start with “e,” but that letter signifies their common ground—that they are electronically based. The same goes for eLearning.

By definition, eLearning is learning that uses electronic technologies to access an educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom. The “learning” described could be a course, a program or a degree that is made available to the participant completely online. There are other terms that describe learning that is delivered online, including “online learning,” “internet learning,” and “distance education;” however, there are a few qualities that pertain to eLearning specifically, including:

  • Courses are delivered through the internet to somewhere other than the classroom where the professor is teaching.
  • It is interactive so that the student can communicate with teachers and other students in the class.
  • Sometimes it is delivered live so that students can interact in real time, and sometimes a lecture has been prerecorded.
  • Either way, there is always an instructor interacting with students, evaluating their participation and grading their assignments and tests.

The benefits of eLearning are simple: most everything happens on your terms. You can work according to your own schedule, at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home. The material is available to you at your disposal so that you can study it when it is convenient for you, and you can revisit it as many times as you need to in order to get a better understanding. You also do not have to deal with many of the headaches that go along with taking courses on a college campus, including traffic, parking and classroom distractions.

Despite the tremendous benefits eLearning offers, it is not for everyone. Due to the fact that it does offer such flexibility, self-discipline, dedication and strong time management skills are a requirement for students who decide to go the eLearning route. Elearners should be confident that they can consistently complete their course requirements and keep up with their classmates (called “cohorts” in the eLearning world). Though eLearners will not share the same physical space as their cohorts, they will still be expected to interact with them about the material using discussion boards and other components of an online classroom management system.

If these tasks seem manageable to you, then eLearning could be something you want to consider! The majority of people who use eLearning thoroughly enjoy the benefits it affords. Some studies have even shown that students have been more successful with eLearning compared to the traditional classroom due to the opportunity to have the material available to them at their convenience.

At UWA Online, our continuing education program follows the eLearning model and features a variety of noncredit courses that are open to anyone with an internet connection! To view our course offerings or to register for courses, click here!


10 Notable University of West Alabama Alumni

Since the University of West Alabama’s Livingston campus was established nearly two centuries ago, the school has watched thousands of promising graduates receive their diplomas and step out into the world armed with newly-acquired knowledge. From athletes to musicians, a handful of notable University of West Alabama alumni have specifically made their marks in their respective fields of expertise and on society as a whole.

The people on this list are among those who have positively promoted the UWA name through their talents and exposure on an influential scale. Learn more about these 10 Notable University of West Alabama Alumni!

Ken Hutcherson

Hutcherson, who passed away in December 2013, played linebacker for Livingston University (now UWA) from 1970 to 1973. He was selected in the fourth round of the 1974 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. He went on to play for the San Diego Chargers, the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks. In 1976, he was placed on the injured reserve list with torn knee ligaments and left the team. He became a pastor and helped start the multicultural Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland, Washington.

Geneva Mercer

Mercer, a native of Jefferson in Marengo County, was a sculptor and accomplished painter who attended the State Normal School at Livingston (now UWA). Mercer’s best known works now live at the Alabama Department of Archives and History, University of Alabama and University of Montevallo. She was posthumously inducted into the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame in 1989.

Jimmy “Orion” Ellis

Known for his singing voice that was similar to Elvis Presley’s, Ellis, who went by the stage name, “Orion,” played at small clubs near Livingston while attending Livingston State University. Orion played off of the fact that his speaking and singing voice mimicked Elvis’, leading some to believe that Elvis had not actually died in 1977. Orion passed away in 1998 at age 53.

Malcom Butler

Butler is a cornerback for the New England Patriots. During his senior year playing football at the University of West Alabama in 2013, Butler broke up 18 passes and had two interceptions, earning him a spot on the first team of the All-Gulf South Conference at cornerback. He was on the Patriots Team that defeated the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI and is known for a famous play that set the Patriots up for victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX.

Kevin Guy

Guy is the head coach of the Arizona Rattlers of the Indoor Football League (IFL). Guy played wide receiver and defensive back for Livingston University from 1991 to 1995 before entering the Arena Football League with the Minnesota Fighting Pike, followed by the New Jersey Red Dogs and then the Orlando Predators.

Lawrence Samuels

Livingston University alumnus Samuels, who earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology and a master’s in education from the school, is a former arena football coach and wide receiver/linebacker. He started playing arena football for the Tampa Bay Storm in 1994, followed by the New Jersey Gladiators and then a return to the Storm. In June 2008, he became the first receiver in AFL history to record 1,000 career receptions, and he was inducted to the AFL Hall of Fame in August 2013.

Jeff Branson

Currently the hitting coach for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Branson was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the second round of the 1988 MLB amateur draft. Through his playing career, he played for the Reds, the Cleveland Indians and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

James Crawford

Before moving to Australia in 1982, Crawford attended Livingston University and Cumberland College in Kentucky. He played basketball in the Australian National Basketball League from 1982 to 2003 and played an integral role helping the Perth Wildcats win three NBL Championships during the 1990s. He is currently third on the list of all-time NBL scorers with 11,121 points, scoring an average of 22.1 points per game. He was inducted into the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame in November 2013.

M.K. Turk

Turk played for Livingston University in the now non-existent Alabama Collegiate Conference from 1963 to 1964 during which time he was the lead scorer on the team. Turk was named Most Valuable Player and Most Outstanding Athlete by Livingston University and was recognized by Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. He then served as the graduate assistant coach for Livingston University from 1964 to 1965 and as assistant coach from 1967 to 1968. Turk went on to win several coaching titles through his work at various colleges including Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Memphis State University and University of Southern Mississippi. He was inducted to the Livingston University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1987.

Johnny Shepherd

Shepherd played running back at Livingston University, where he was named Honorable Mention All-American in 1982, All-Gulf South Conference in 1981 and 1982 and is a member of UWA’s Team of the Decade from the 1980s. He tops the UWA career rushing chart with 2,057 yards on 387 carries and holds the single-season record for rushing touchdowns with 13, rushing yards with 955, touchdowns scored with 15 and rushing attempts with 182. He established the single-game rushing record of 189 yards against Tennessee-Martin in 1982 and was inducted into the UWA Hall of Fame in 1997.


We are proud of these and other notable alumni that continue to make the UWA name one that is honored and respected nationwide!

Visit us at https://uwa.augusoft.net/ to continue your education with UWA Online!

Course Spotlight: Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers 1182

Financial information drives decision making in an array of different aspects in the business world. In Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers 1182, course participants will earn an understanding of the financial concepts and accounting processes that most businesses use, including the seven steps in the accounting cycle. In exposing these fundamental concepts and processes to non-financial managers, this course serves to arm students with the knowledge to analyze resource allocation, evaluate financial performance and understand the interaction among these pieces of information and how it influences decision making.

Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers 1182 is a one-month course that is divided into the following four units:

Unit 1: Introduction to Finance

  • The Vocabulary of Finance
  • The Four Basic Elements of Finance
  • The Basic Financial Statements

Unit 2: Introduction to Accounting

  • Basic Terminology
  • The Purpose of Accounting
  • The Accounting Cycle
  • Preparing Financial Statements

Unit 3: Managing Liabilities

  • Overview of Liabilities
  • The Liabilities of a Business
  • Short-Term Liabilities
  • Long-Term Liabilities

Unit 4: Financial Planning

  • Overview of Financial Planning
  • The Importance of Financial Planning
  • The Business Planning Process

By the end of the course, participants will understand financial terminology, basic accounting concepts, the accounting cycle and debits, credits and journals. They will also know how to create and interpret financial statements, comprehend how budgets are built and understand the “big picture” when it comes to a business’ finances.

Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers is one of three courses required to earn a certificate in Entrepreneurial Finance from the University of West Alabama Online’s Continuing Education program. This course costs $195 (less if taken in conjunction with other two certificate course requirements) and is being offered June 5 through 30 and September 5 through 29!

To register for this or other Continuing Education courses through UWA Online, visit https://uwa.augusoft.net/!

Sharpen Your Life Skills with These 10 Continuing Ed Courses

The traditional model has been that we go to school from the time we are about 5-years-old until we are 18—and for some people, beyond—and then we go to work. But how can we expect to learn everything we need to know about life in just those 12-plus years? That’s where continuing education comes in. We believe that you should never stop learning, and that sometimes we need to go beyond what we learn from everyday life to achieve that. At the University of West Alabama Online, our Continuing Education program offers a variety of non-credit courses that serve to sharpen your life skills across a range of topics. These courses are open to anyone, anywhere with access to an internet connection!

Online courses give you the flexibility to learn according to your own schedule. Pick up one of these UWA Online Continuing Education Courses to sharpen your life skills and keep your brain stimulated no matter what age you are!

  • Identity Theft 1263: Learn how to securely organize your Personal Identifiable Information. Be able to recognize different types of identity theft and cyber security threats and have the knowledge to design and adopt practices to defend against fraud.


  • Customer Service Leadership 1275: Learn how to identify and improve the key processes of customer service and how to lead a customer service team toward achieving the best results.


  • Career Preparation 1237: Learn how to connect with professionals one-on-one who are working in your field of interest. Acquire skills involved in career planning and decision making, resume and cover letter writing and job searching.


  • Mastering Computer Skills for the Workplace 1213: Learn the basics of and gain confidence using Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook and know how they can be integrated for use with one another.


  • Retire Rich: Smart Retirement Steps for 20- and 30-Somethings 1269: Learn what you can do now to be able to retire rich, including smart investing, healthy financial habits and key educational information that is not taught in school.


  • Developing Your Leadership Skills 1179: Learn what it takes to be an effective leader and gain an understanding of the characteristics, skills and qualities effective leaders possess. Be able to influence others and advance an idea by leading a meeting that concludes with successful outcomes.


  • Dealing with Difficult People in the Workplace 1260: Learn how to recognize your own communication style and the effect it has on others in the workplace. Be able to adapt your communication style and apply skills that facilitate respect in workplace interactions.


  • New 21st Century Strategies for Productivity and Time Management 1187: Learn how to assess and evaluate time and productivity of yourself and others and how to improve time management and productivity. Use goal setting, planning and action strategies to improve productivity, and know how to manage others’ time and productivity in a work setting.


  • Stress Management: Learn how to better identify how stress affects you and how your thoughts and beliefs help or hinder your stress levels. Gain knowledge about how to use existing activities and create your own activities to help you reduce your stress.


  • Creative Problem Solving 1158: Lean how to better recognize a problem and use a five stage problem solving model to find a solution. Use critical and creative thinking techniques to help with problem solving and apply decision making models to determine factors that influence individual and group decision-making processes.


You can register for any one, or several of these UWA Online Continuing Education courses that will sharpen your life skills by visiting https://uwa.augusoft.net/!

Celebrate the Black Belt at the Sucarnochee Folklife Festival April 15

It has been said that the history of the Alabama Black Belt region is as rich as its soil. That rich history will be on display Saturday, April 15 at the Sucarnochee Folklife Festival on the University of West Alabama’s campus.

Named after the river that flows through Livingston, the Sucarnochee Folklife Festival serves to celebrate the culture of the Black Belt while preserving history by educating locals and visitors about the Black Belt’s past. Held each year on the third Saturday in April, this 13th festival will feature artists from across the state of Alabama demonstrating traditional crafts including pottery, metal works, quilting and much more. Also at the festival, bring a chair or blanket and enjoy sung and spoken art in the form of live music, folksingers and storytelling.

If you have a baking, crafting or cooking talent to show off, compete for bragging rights in one of the event’s Blue Ribbon Contests. Blue Ribbon Contests this year include Quilt Making, Pie Baking, Cake Baking, Canning, BBQ Sauce and a Cornbread Cook-Off featuring three categories: traditional cornbread, specialty cornbread and best recipe using cornbread.  In addition to providing tasty culinary delights for festival participants to try, competitions are held to support the mission of the festival, which is to teach people about the traditions and customs of the Black Belt Region in an effort to keep them relevant for future generations.

Have an interest in everything historic and haunted? Attendees of the Sucarnochee Folklife Festival will also have the opportunity to take the annual Walking Ghost Tour of local historic sites.

Food vendors will be on site to allow festival goers to taste a piece of Black Belt tradition. This family friendly event will also include children’s games and more opportunities for family fun.

The Sucarnochee Folklife Festival will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the McConnell Field-Lyon Hall Quad on the University of West Alabama’s campus. This event is free and open to the public!

To keep up with what’s going on in Livingston and the surrounding area, continue to follow the UWA Online Continuing Education Blog! To learn about our continuing education program and the courses we have available, visit https://uwa.augusoft.net/!

Course Spotlight: Effective Copywriting 1201

The art of written communication has a place in nearly every career field on the planet. Especially if your position is particularly copy-heavy, excelling at this skill can place you ahead in your field and help you appear professional, competent and beneficial to your company. Effective copywriting can empower you to communicate messages to a wide audience both efficiently and creatively.

In Effective Copywriting 1201, participants will focus on strong writing skills as a means to achieving success. Students will learn the tools and techniques needed to improve their writing abilities and also learn how to avoid commonly-made writing mistakes that can hinder your copywriting career.

This one-month course is divided into the following four units:

Unit 1: Copywriting Essentials

  • How to tell the difference between bad copy and good copy
  • The art of the perfect sentence
  • Developing your message
  • Crafting your document roadmap
  • Adapting your style to the audience and message

Unit 2: Getting to the Point

  • Clarity and brevity: less is more
  • Active vs. passive voice
  • Cutting the clutter
  • Using concrete examples and avoiding unwarranted superlatives

Unit 3: Self Editing

  • Leaving yourself time for revisions
  • Avoiding common grammar mistakes and punctuation pitfalls
  • Subject, verb and object agreement
  • Fact checking
  • The benefits of having an in-house style guide

Unit 4: Creating Attention-Grabbing Press Releases

  • Writing benefit-driven copy
  • Setting the right tone
  • Language to use and language to avoid
  • Writing a great headline

By the end of Effective Copywriting 1201, participants will possess the know-how to be able to write clear, concise and engaging copy using smart word choices. They will also be able to better communicate their messages in a way that appeals to the intended audience and will be more in-tune with identifying and avoiding common copywriting errors.

This course is one of three available to earn a Certificate in Business Writing from the University of West Alabama Online. The certificate also requires “Business Writing” and “Writing News and Press Releases.”

Effective Copywriting is being offered May 1-26, June 5-30 and September 4-29. To register for this or other UWA Online Continuing Education courses, visit https://uwa.augusoft.net/!

Calling All Teachers: Earn Your CEU and PLU Credits Through UWA Online

Are you a teacher whose teaching certificate is about to expire? We want to share with you the opportunity to earn your CEU and PLU credits through UWA Online Continuing Education from the comfort of your own computer!

The UWA Online Continuing Education program is open to anyone, anywhere with access to a computer and an internet connection. One critical aspect of continuing education that our program focuses on is CEU and PLU credits for teachers. UWA Online Continuing Education is offering a variety of CEU and PLU courses that are 100% online-based. Because they are presented online, most classes are self-paced and can be completed in a month or less. Teachers can earn up to 50 CEU clock hours in one online class!

Our course offering is diverse enough to appeal to a selection of interests and needs. Classes include technology-driven courses like “There’s an App for That!” in which teachers will discover app-based tools that will help them in the classroom, and “Teach Like a Champion,” a PLU that studies techniques proposed to lead to higher student achievement and teacher efficacy.

Teachers who have earned their CEU and PLU credits through UWA Online can attest to the positive experiences they had in the program. Karen Mohr of Mobile County Public Schools describes taking “Teach Like a Champion:”

“Participating in the “Teach Like a Champion” PLU online course has been most beneficial.  First, this was a great way to explore Doug Lemov’s work.  The techniques were categorized in such a way that the book can easily be used as a resource to find a solution for a problem. 

It also offers excellent professional learning for both novice and master teachers.  The description of the techniques were concise, clear and applicable to most classes.  The video clips were excellent opportunities to view the techniques being implemented in classroom settings.

After participating in this online course, I will take away a more extensive understanding of effective instructional techniques.  I especially appreciate the focus on culture, trust and behavior in preparation for effective instruction.  I truly enjoyed the class and look forward to the next one!”

For a flexible and fun way to earn your CEUs and PLUs this year, check out what UWA Online Continuing Education has to offer!

For a full list of UWA Online CEUs and PLUs and course registration, click here.

To view our entire list of continuing education courses, visit https://uwa.augusoft.net/!






UWA April 2017 Events

As we gear up for finals, graduation and summer plans, April exudes excitement across the University of West Alabama campus. From muddy 5K’s to poetry and pageants, the events calendar reflects varying interests that inspire us to get out and about. Check out these UWA April 2017 events and start filling out your spring calendar today!

Alpha Sigma Tau Rock-A-Thon, April 4

  • What: The sisters of Alpha Sigma Tau will host games and sell baked goods to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama.
  • Where: Webb Hall (front steps)
  • When: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Poetry at the Lake, April 4

  • What: One of the English program’s favorite annual traditions, Poetry at the Lake invites students and faculty to gather next to UWA’s scenic Lake LU for poetry readings and hot dogs. The poetry that is read must be one’s original material, and readers are limited to five minutes.
  • Where: Lake LU Lower Pavilion
  • When: 5 to 9 p.m.

Mental Health Fair, April 7

  • What: Learn about local mental health resources and spread awareness for mental health education.
  • Where: McConnell Field/Lyon Hall Quad
  • When: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Miss Paragon Pageant, April 11

  • What: Livingston’s’ Loveliest compete for the title of Miss Paragon at this annual pageant sponsored by UWA’s Blue Key Honor Society.
  • Where: Bibb Graves Auditorium
  • When: 7 to 9 p.m.

IMC3 Annual Conference, April 12

  • What: A competitive conference for high school students in Alabama and Mississippi who are studying integrated marketing communications. Competitions include graphic design, news anchoring, news writing, photography, public relations and video editing.
  • Where: Bell Conference Center
  • When: 8:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Hypnotist, April 12

  • What: The Campus Activities Board hosts a professional hypnotist at Bibb Graves Auditorium to wow the audience with live hypnosis demonstrations.
  • Where: Bibb Graves Auditorium
  • When: 7 to 10 p.m.

Springfest, April 13

  • What: This annual event hosted by the Campus Activities Board features outdoor activities, tents, inflatables, games, barbecue and more.
  • Where: Gilbert Lawn
  • When: Noon to 7 p.m.

Drink Think: “A Personal Approach to Alcohol,” April 19 and 20

  • What: A fun and interactive program featuring a serious discussion about one’s personal choice concerning alcohol use and abuse on campus.
  • Where: Lyon Hall Auditorium
  • When: 6 to 8 p.m.

Muddy Tiger 5K Obstacle Course, April 22

  • What: Don’t be afraid to get dirty during this strength-and-endurance-testing 5K that features challenging obstacles surrounded by mud and water.
  • Where: Intramural Fields, Campbell Environmental Education Center, Lake LU
  • When: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Spring Choir Concert, April 24

  • What: The UWA Choir showcases its musical talent for its annual spring concert.
  • Where: Bibb Graves Auditorium
  • When: 7 to 9 p.m.

While some of these events are geared toward students, others are open to the community! Support your Tigers by attending one of these UWA April 2017 Events.

To stay up-to-date with what’s going on in and around Livingston, continue to follow the UWA Online Continuing Education blog! To check out our list of course offerings, visit https://uwa.augusoft.net/!

Course Spotlight: YouTube for Business 1229

Video is projected to make up 82 percent of all web-based consumer internet traffic by the year 2020. According to YouTube, mobile video consumption grows by 100 percent every year. In addition, YouTube is now the second-largest search engine, and more than 35 hours of video is being uploaded to YouTube every minute. Using video—and specifically YouTube in your marketing strategy can provide the powerful push your business needs to communicate your messages to your intended audiences.

In YouTube for Business 1229, you will learn how to best use YouTube as a marketing tool for your organization, including which types of video work best on YouTube, how other companies are using it, how to create your own YouTube channel and other specific features of the program. YouTube’s accessibility across mobile, desktop and television devices makes it an extremely influential means for delivering your marketing messages.

This four-week course is divided into the following four units:

Unit 1: Designing Marketing Goals for YouTube That Maximize the Platform

  • Learn what types of video work best on YouTube
  • Adapt your marketing plan to include video and goals for the YouTube platform
  • Discuss YouTube case studies from your industry
  • Create a content plan for videos that will work for your business
  • Understand how to use YouTube search features and other elements from a consumer perspective

Unit 2 Building and Optimizing Your YouTube Channel

  • Learn the various elements of a YouTube Channel and how each feature works
  • Create your own YouTube Channel and optimize each feature
  • Discuss channel design and settings that fit with your video marketing goals
  • Discover how to embed YouTube videos on your website that maximize views

Unit 3 Driving Traffic: Maximizing the Social Network of YouTube

  • Learn about the power of YouTube as a social network
  • Discover why it is important to have subscribers and how to communicate with them internally within YouTube
  • Understand the analytics of YouTube: views, ratings, comments, favorites
  • Learn to read YouTube Insight and analyze the data

Unit 4 Creating and Distributing Video on YouTube

  • Learn how to upload video and the types of cameras, formats and video resolution that work best on YouTube
  • Understand the essential element in a video on YouTube such as graphics, title, tags, description, etc. and how to optimize them for search
  • Discover how to get your videos to appear in related searches and other secrets of the YouTube algorithm
  • Explore the extra features in YouTube such as editing, private sharing, captions, annotating, audio swap, etc.

The wealth of information offered in this UWA Online Continuing Education course will teach participants how to successfully incorporate YouTube into a business’ marketing plan and also how to build and optimize a YouTube channel for a business or organization. YouTube for Business 1229 is being offered May 1-26, July 3-28 and October 2-27. This course, combined with Video Marketing 1228, counts toward a Video Marketing Certificate from UWA Online.

To register for this or other UWA Online Continuing Education courses, visit https://uwa.augusoft.net/!


What Is a Six Sigma Certification?

Successful businesses are always looking for places they can enhance efficiency and improve their output. One widely-known system that some organizations use to carry out those tasks is called Six Sigma. For many organizations, Six Sigma represents a process that strives for near perfection. UWA Online’s Continuing Education program offers one level of Six Sigma Certification.

Six Sigma is a set of techniques and tools used for process improvement that was first introduced by engineer Bill Smith at Motorola in 1986. The system uses data and methodology in an effort to improve the quality of an entity’s output by identifying and removing defects in a process and streamlining and promoting consistency within the process itself. The number “six” refers to six standard deviations between the mean and the nearest specification limit in any process.

Numerically, for Six Sigma to be achieved, a process may have no more than 3.4 defects per million opportunities. There are two Six Sigma sub-methodologies, including DMAIC and DMADV.

DMAIC (define, measure, analyze, improve, control) is used to improve existing processes, while DMADV (define, measure, analyze, design, verify) is used to develop new processes or products that meet Six Sigma standards.

One can be certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt, a Six Sigma Black Belt or a Six Sigma Master Black Belt. As reported by the Six Sigma Academy, Black Belts can save companies approximately $230,000 per project, with an estimated four to six projects completed per year. The Six Sigma Green Belt operates in support of or under the supervision of a Six Sigma Black Belt and helps to solve problems and carry out quality improvement projects.

The University of West Alabama Online’s Continuing Education program offers courses necessary for the completion of a Six Sigma Green Belt. Why get certified? The reasons are similar to getting any type of certification:

  • To increase your proficiency on the subject
  • To make yourself more marketable to employers
  • To possibly increase your salary range

You can earn your Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate by taking three, one-month courses through UWA Online: Introduction to Six Sigma Green Belt, Intermediate Six Sigma Green Belt and Advanced Six Sigma Green Belt. Upcoming course terms for the three classes are as follows:

Introduction to Six Sigma Green Belt

  • April 3-28
  • June 5-30
  • September 5-29

Intermediate Six Sigma Green Belt

  • May 1-26
  • July 3-28
  • October 2-27

Advanced Six Sigma Green Belt

  • April 3-28
  • June 5-30
  • August 7-September 1
  • November 6-December 1

If you are interested in earning a Six Sigma Green Belt Certification and would like to register for these classes, visit https://uwa.augusoft.net/! Registration is open to anyone, anywhere with an internet connection!