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Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Six Sigma – Yellow Belt Training Course

2 Days Instructor Led Course | 18 PDUs

Course Objective

Individuals with Lean Six Sigma training are in high demand due to the positive impact they have on the organizations they work for.

Following completion of the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training Course, you will be able to:

  • Explain Lean Six Sigma, DMAIC and essential problem solving to others
  • Solve problems permanently using the DMAIC approach
  • Apply essential problem solving tools
  • Understand the importance of data and how to collect it effectively
  • Solve simple projects using Lean Six Sigma principles
  • Assist Green and Black Belts when they are running a Lean Six Sigma project

Targeted Audience

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training course is an introduction to Lean Six Sigma and will give you the skills to participate in small improvements. It is an essential introduction to the topic and has applications across a broad range of positions and industries, this course is suitable for:

  • Company executives
  • Business managers and directors
  • Engineers and R&D Staff
  • Enterprise process engineers
  • All levels of engineering functions

Delivery Method

  • Instructor-led, 2-Days intensive Six Sigma (Yellow Belt) training program
  • Material and discussion language will be in English & Arabic

Prerequisite

There are no prerequisites required in order to sit for the IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Exam.

Exam Format

  • Number of questions: 60
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Pass mark: 70%

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Six Sigma – Yellow Belt Training Course Outline

Introduction

  • Higher Standards for Higher Performance
  • Lean Six Sigma Defined
  • Meanings of Six Sigma
  • The problem Solving Strategy
  • The 5 Lean Principles
  • The 8 Forms of Waste
  • Success Stories
  • Input Determines Output
  • The 99.9% Problem
  • The Sigma Level
  • DNA of a Champion
  • Lean Six Sigma Framework
  • DMAIC – The Lean Six Sigma Improvement Process
  • Lean and DMAIC
  • Organizing for Success
  • Working Relationships

Tools To Define

  • Introduction – Define
  • Business Case & Project Charter Toolset
  • Focus on The Customer
  • Capturing The Voice Of The Customer
  • Where to Go For Customer Requirements
  • Affinity Diagram Toolset
  • CTQC Tree Diagram Toolset
  • Voice Of The Customer As Specifications
  • Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)
  • Pareto Analysis and Basic Six Sigma Metrics
  • Process Thinking
  • The Source of Value and Benefits Capture
  • Value Stream Leverage
  • Process Mapping – Overview
  • Process Mapping (SIPOC) Toolset
  • Flow Charts
  • Value-Added Flow Charts
  • Spaghetti Charts
  • Value Stream Mapping Toolset

Tools To Measure

  • Introduction – Measure
  • Measurement & Metrics
  • Measurement As A Process
  • Baseline Performance
  • Calculating the Sigma Level – Toolset
  • Trend Chart Toolset
  • Histogram Toolset
  • Measuring Central Tendency
  • Quantifying Process Variability
  • SPC – Introduction and Background
  • X and Moving Range Charts – Toolset
  • Pareto Chart Toolset
  • Measurement and System Analysis
  • Precision and Accuracy
  • Bias, Linearity & Stability
  • Process Capability

Tools To Analyze

  • Introduction – Analyze
  • Cause & Effect Diagram Toolset
  • 5-Why, 1-How
  • Scatter Plot Toolset
  • Correlation and Regression Analysis

Tools To Improve

  • Introduction – Improve
  • Brainstorming
  • Benchmarking
  • FMEA Toolset
  • Continuous Flow Toolset
  • Quick Changeover Toolset
  • Pull Scheduling
  • Error-proofing
  • Prioritizing and Selecting a Solution
  • The A3 One-Page Report
  • Piloting a Solution

Tools To Control

  • Introduction
  • Control Charts Revisited
  • 5-S Approach
  • Lean Control
  • Visual Control
  • Control Plan
  • TPM Objectives & Benefits
  • Standardized Work – Documenting Process Changes
  • Six Sigma Control Plans
  • Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Elements of Control Plan
  • Elements of Response Plan
  • The Lean Six Sigma Journey