Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training Online
Yellow Belt Course Description
Learn the fundamentals of Lean Six Sigma
Juran’s Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training course introduces participants to the fundamentals of improvement and the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC methodology. It teaches them how to use the most relevant improvement tools which are necessary when working on a project team.
This workshop is useful if a participant is going to be a member of a project team, if they are going to be an ad-hoc subject matter expert assisting a project team, or if they just want to learn the basic quality improvement methodology.
- Course Duration: 11 hours
- CEU: 1
- Price: $495
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What is involved in the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt course?
Our online Yellow Belt course was designed by Juran certified coaches with an extensive knowledge of Lean Six Sigma tools and methods.
- Project Work
By the end of this program participants will be able to:
- Define what quality is
- Define and identify what the cost of poor quality is and where it may be located in an organization
- Explain how the Juran Trilogy applies to improvement, and how different improvement methodologies fit in
- Select the appropriate methodology to solve a given problem
- Become an effective team member
- Recognize why improvement is necessary
- Utilize basic improvement and lean tools to act as productive members on improvement teams
There is no project work required to become a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt.
This program consists of 11 hours of self-paced, online learning, including live webinars, followed by a certification exam.
At the conclusion of the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt program, there is an open note exam where participants will be tested on what they have learned throughout the course. Participants have two hours to complete the exam and must score 70% to pass.
LSS Yellow Belt Course Topics
Participants will receive a comprehensive introduction to Lean Six Sigma, including but not limited to the following topics:
- Basic Quality Principles
- The DMAIC Phases
- Introduction to Variation and Waste
- Overviews of Improvement Methods
- Graphs, Charts, and Basic Analysis Tools
- Effective Team Membership
- Continuous Improvement Structures
- Mistake Proofing
- The Financial Case for Improvement
- How to Implement improvements and Monitor Results
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Yellow Belt FAQs
Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about our Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training course.
Certified Yellow Belts can help organizations get to the root cause of problems quicker, thus leading to speedier resolutions. They play an instrumental part in improvement projects, often actioning the changes that have been identified by Green and Black Belts.
We usually prefer that you pay for Yellow Belt training with a credit card. However, if you would like to be invoiced, please reach out to [email protected]. We also allow for flexible payment schedules, where required.
According to Payscale.com, the average salary for a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt currently stands at $66,000 (as of April 1, 2020). Salary level is determined by many factors including job title, industry and experience level.
Our Yellow Belt course is underpinned by over 40 years’ quality management experience and has been designed by people who have helped organizations of all sizes deliver successful improvement projects. The methodologies and tools that you will learn about on this course are proven to deliver significant results for companies around the world.
No they do not. However, a candidate should fit a belt-specific profile and meet the explicit nomination criteria for that belt. They should also possess the knowledge, skills and experience that are required to be successful at the specific belt. Generally, candidates can start with Yellow, Green or Black Belt training, and can discontinue training at any belt level.
Lean is the process of optimizing organizational systems by eliminating or at least reducing, the “waste” within them. Six Sigma is a quality improvement method that seeks to improve process effectiveness. The integration of Lean and Six Sigma has become known as Lean Six Sigma, delivering both improved efficiency and effectiveness.