Six Sigma Yellow Belt course

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt pre-course work 

The Lean Six Sigma yellow belt course is designed to maximise delegates’ potential in the Lean Six Sigma training environment. Following confirmation of booking we will send the pre-course work to the delegates This work consists of: Course Preparation Guide & Pre-course reading PDF. The pre-course work will require around 15 hours of study prior to the course start date. The training event is an intensive 2 day course that includes the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt examination within the course. 

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Examination

A 60 question multiple choice examination with a pass mark of 40 out of 60. Success in this examination indicates that the candidate fully understands the principles of Lean Six Sigma and the key tools that could be applied and would be able to act as an informed member of any improvement programme designed around Lean Six Sigma process optimisation. The Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt examination will be taken on the final day of the course.

Information covered

• Lean Six Sigma Introduction

• Understanding variability

• Defining Customer Value

• How to Reduce waste

• DMAIC and lean methodology overview

• Cost of Poor Quality

• Critical to Quality requirements

• SIPOC diagrams

• Measurement basics

• Defect analysis

• Collecting data

• Basic data analysis—Pareto, histograms and run charts

• Process mapping

• Cause and effect — Ishikawa diagrams

• Identifying, evaluating and developing solution

• Statistical Process Control overview

• The 5s tool

• Kaisen and improvement events


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