Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training

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Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training is an entry level course in the field of Quality Assurance. The candidates undergoing the training will develop foundational knowledge on Six Sigma and DMAIC (an acronym for Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) The participants will get an understanding of the concepts and potential of implementing Six Sigma tools and methodologies. The expert mentors will provide inputs on how to define the problem and verify the solution before implementing. The training program is a perfect blend of theoretical concepts with syndicate exercises to assimilate skills.

On the completion of the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the disciplined methodology of Lean Six Sigma
  • Differentiate between different lean six sigma roles
  • Learn 8 wastages to improve performance
  • Define the problem and measure the current process to identify cause of the problem
  • Analyse process improvement potential
Target audience
  • Delegates from businesses who want to implement Six Sigma concepts and wish their workforce to have fundamental knowledge in the same
  • Professionals willing to explore career in Quality Assurance
  • Aspirants with less work experience and looking forward to build base for higher level certifications say Green Belt
Prerequisites

There is no formal prerequisite for Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training. However, the candidates with deep interest in process improvement can undergo this training.

1. Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

  • What is Lean Six Sigma?
  • Where did it originate?
  • Why is it so effective and popular?

2. Lean Six Sigma Roles

  • Yellow Belt
  • Green Belt
  • Black Belt
  • Master Black Belt
  • Champion

3. The 8 Wastes

  • Defects
  • Overproduction
  • Waiting
  • Non-Utilized Employees
  • Transportation
  • Inventory
  • Motion
  • Extra Processing

4. DMAIC Overview

  • Define Phase – How to define the problem
    • Project Charter (Tool)
    • Defining Value: Voice Of the Customer (VOC) (Tool)
    • High Level Process Map: SIPOC (Tool)
  • Measure Phase – How to measure the current process
    • Selecting Measures
    • Data Collection Planning
    • Operational Definitions
    • Capturing Baseline Data
  • Analyze Phase – How to identify the cause of the problem
    • Process Analysis
    • The Five Whys and The Fishbone Diagram (Tool)
    • Pareto Charts (Tool)
    • Develop a Hypothesis
  • Improve Phase – How to implement and verify the solution
    • Optimize Flow
    • Mistake-Proofing: Poka-Yoke (Tool)
    • Visual Management and 5S
  • Control Phase – How to maintain the solution
    • Process Control Plan (Tool)
    • Monitoring and Response Plan (Tool)
    • Documentation and Storyboard

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