Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training & Certification Timing Breakdown
Below is a breakdown of the course and estimated time required to complete each section. You may complete the course at your own pace within 1 year.
No prerequisites are required for the Yellow Belt Training.
|Introduction||Define Lean Six Sigma and where it came from, the 8 Wastes, the Roles of Lean Six Sigma and how to effectively select projects.||1.25 hours|
|Define the problem, the process and the customer.||1.25 hours|
|Measure||Measure and baseline the current process.||1.25 hours|
|Analyze||Identify the root causes of problems and waste within the process.||1.5 hours|
|Improve||Implement and verify solutions to address root causes.||2 hours|
|Control||Maintain the gains.||1.25 hours|
|Total Time of Yellow Belt Training:||8.5 hours (FREE)|
|(Optional) Yellow Belt Certification Exam:||1.5 hours ($99)|
|Total Time for Yellow Belt Training & Certification:||
PDUs: 10, CEUs: 1, CPEs: 9.4
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Course Outline
Here’s what you’ll learn in GoLeanSixSigma.com’s Yellow Belt course.
Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
- Lean Six Sigma Roles
- The 8 Wastes (DOWNTIME)
- DMAIC Overview
Define Phase – Define the problem.
- Project Charter (Tool)
- Defining Value: Voice of the Customer (VOC) (Tool)
- High Level Process Map: SIPOC (Tool)
Measure Phase – Quantify the problem.
- Selecting Measures
- Data Collection Planning
- Operational Definitions
- Capturing Baseline Data
Analyze Phase – Identify the cause of the problem.
- Process Analysis
- The 5 Whys and the Fishbone Diagram (Tool)
- Pareto Charts (Tool)
- Develop a Hypothesis
Improve Phase – Implement and verify the solution.
- Optimize Flow
- Mistake-Proofing: Poka-yoke (Tool)
- Visual Management and 5S
Control Phase – Maintain the solution.
- Process Control Plan (Tool)
- Monitoring and Response Plan (Tool)
- Documentation and Storyboard
YELLOW BELT TRAINING & CERTIFICATION REVIEWS
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excellent visual presentation.
It was ok. Not really anything game changing.
Great training! Have already started to consider areas to reduce waste!
Great training, this valuable information can be applied to any business.