Yellow Belt - An Introduction to the Tools, Methods and Theory of Lean Six Sigma
Yellow Belt – An Introduction to the Tools, Methods and Theory of Lean Six Sigma
COURSE AT A GLANCE
- Duration (to read the materials): 600 mins
- Total Duration (to complete the course): 10-12 hours
- Language: UK English
- Voiceover: UK English
- Format: Animation, interactivity, exercises
- Exam included: YES
This Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt course introduces you to the Lean Six Sigma Business Improvement method and is an overview of what it is and why it is used. Yellow Belts do not run improvement projects but instead work with colleagues to solve business problems. The course will help you understand how Business Improvement results in increased efficiency, lower costs, improved quality and greater customer and employee satisfaction. It introduces the DMAIC structure – Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control – and explores the roles, responsibilities and skills needed for each phase, including methods to reduce variation and the 7 Wastes principle.
Individuals trained in Lean Six Sigma are in high demand as they possess the skills to participate in improvement processes that can have great benefits to an organisation.
On completion of the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training Course, you will have the skills to:
- Explain Lean Six Sigma and DMAIC to others
- Apply the right tools to solve problems permanently
- Understand the importance of data and how to collect it effectively
- Work on simple projects using Lean Six Sigma principles
- Assist Green and Black Belts on a Lean Six Sigma project
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
This training is ideal for those new to the Lean Six Sigma method or those thinking of using it within their workplace. Lean Six Sigma can be applied across a broad range of positions and industries.
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The course improved my competency skills
The course improved my competency skills throughout the sessions without much difficulty and complexity.
Helped a lot
I was able to learn about the 7 Wastes principle, which helped a lot.