- Day 1
9th December 2021
9:15 am - 4:00 pm
- Day 2
10th December 2021
9:15 am - 4:00 pm
The aim of this two day Six Sigma Yellow belt programme is to improve the understanding and awareness of the Six Sigma journey and is designed for those employees, across the organisation, who will be working towards improving the business.
The Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt course is the start of the Six Sigma Journey for the majority of Six Sigma practitioners. The course is aimed at those that are new to the world of Six Sigma who will have a small project role, a keen interest, or a need to develop their knowledge to enable them to participate and/ or take the lead in Lean Six Sigma projects.
This course introduces the delegates to recognised Six Sigma tools and methodologies which are being practiced within an organisation.
This practical and interactive two day Six Sigma Yellow Belt course will enable delegates to understand:
- The principles and importance of business improvement
- The DMAIC improvement process as a project management methodology, the completion of A3 reports and the key activities required at each stage of a DMAIC project
- The development of a Project Charter
- The basics of setting objectives, measuring and analysing performance, the use of key performance indicators
- The importance of determining the "voice of the customer" and defining "Value" in terms of customer requirements
- Mapping a process using the Swimlane technique
- Implementation of SMED techniques in the workplace for reduced set up times
- Leading and participation in KAIZEN events
- The best methods to establish ongoing process control and improvement through the use of standard work
- How to perform a GEMBA walk
Benefits for the Organisation:
The Lean Six Sigma Yellow belt training provides many delegates their first step into the world of process improvement. The Lean Six Sigma Yellow belt course is beneficial for developing project management and leadership skills in both team leaders and team members who are responsible for solving work-based problems.