"Okay Industries Inc. has used CCSU-ITBD to train our staff members in GD&T, Project Management, Leadership Skills, and Statistical Process Control, and has been doing so for many years. We find the training to be very beneficial in that it provides a continuing education for our people across multiple disciplines. The instructors are extremely professional, and continue to offer a level of training that we can't find anywhere else. The technical competency in a classroom environment is second to none."

James J. DeVecchis,
Engineering Program Manager
Okay Industries, Inc.


“Instructor did a great job of presenting the information in an engaging manner!”

Tim Kunsa, Manufacturing Engineer
Triumph Actuation Systems


"In the Spring of 2014, I received my Six Sigma Black Belt at CCSU. I had an immediate opportunity to use it as one of our restaurants was having issues with extended wait times. As a direct result of my training, we were able to not only pinpoint the problem, but apply the lessons learned across all our other restaurants. The initial savings in Restaurant #1 was about $2,000/month, but once we rolled out the new standards systems wide, we realized increased sales of $176,476 over the same year period. This was an absolute 100% gain, due to the training I picked up from the CCSU Six Sigma Black Belt Course."

Marc Shafer
Business Owner


"I had plenty of industry experience when I decided to start my own business. What I discovered was I had no experience running a business. The staff at CCSU-ITBD helped write a business plan that allowed me to get a business line of credit. They also directed me to an insurance agent, account, and a computer expert."

Jack Crowley,
JC Special T, LLC


“Great Networking Tool”

Tim Kunsa, Manufacturing Engineer
Triumph Actuation Systems 


"We had a site visit today with Senator Terry Gerratana, Dr. Joe Paige from CCSU, Jim Bruner and Rick Mullins from ITBD. Sen. Gerratana watched a segment of of our film, Unaffiliated, and loved it. One of the biggest advantages for being in an incubator is the collaborative efforts they provide to promote our business and the work our Superstars are doing for their community."

Duane P. Pierre 
Paradym Academy-New Britain


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