Course Introduction

The Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification is intended for those who are new to the name of Six Sigma and who have a small role, attention, or need to develop preliminary information. Yellow belts can be fresher employees who seek to advance their world or supervisory champions who require an outline of Six Sigma model (DMAIC). This certification adopts the approach of progressing the concept and potential of using yellow belt tools and methodologies within an organization. This course mainly focuses on conveying delegates with an information of the basics features of Six Sigma so that initially delegates could contribute project related to yellow belt and could understand that how to put on elementary tools within a DMAIC 

The course contains a mixture of classroom exercise controlled by a BSI Master Black Belt and group training to allow delegates to practice and assimilate skills. As a Yellow Belt, you will have an excellent overview of the Six Sigma theory portion and have the capability to contribute to Green Belt projects within the business. The delegate can Play his part in fulfilling operational and transactional improvements to save time and money and boost customer service delivery.

  • Exposure to world class practices followed in the industry

  • This certification will add value to participant’s current career prospects

  • The yellow belt developed and created by professionals in the area

  • Sigma Yellow Belts become the quality leaders

  • Workers get to know that the company is a system

  • Modest tools applied on a daily basis beat sophisticated ideas

  • Yellow Belt training delivers the visual factory

What's included

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Tutor Support

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Courseware

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Manual

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Refreshment

Prerequisites

As such, there is no formal prerequisite for the six sigma yellow belt training course. However, some basic knowledge of six sigma is required.

What Will You Learn

  • Analyse the mathematical history which gives support to the Six Sigma projects
  • Be aware of providing backup to green belts six sigma participants in the implementation of their jobs
  • Describe and realise quality concepts and their growth
  • Deliberate yellow belt and why it is necessary to bear commercial development
  • Clarify the part of Six Sigma in client service and continual development
  • Apply and implement the Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control (DMAIC) problem-solving practice (six sigma yellow belt level)
  • Differentiate between the different parts usually utilised in a Six Sigma project
  • Explain how to deploy Six Sigma and assess organisation readiness to launch a successful Six Sigma project
  • Understand the fundamentals of six sigma
  • Collect data
  • To take part in problem-solving practices
  • Add their personal experience to the exploration process
  • Define customer critical to quality characteristics of processes/products
  • Understand the value of cross-functional teamwork
  • Use formal problem-solving techniques to improve process performance
  • Understand the DMAIC approach to project management and problem-solving
  • Study the idea of Six Sigma
  • Understanding Six Sigma tools and theories
  • How to find variation between DMAIC and DFSS applications
  • Know different control charts to monitor the process
  • Drawing control charts and exercises
  • Applied study for clarity of concepts
  • To know the experience and sense of the Six Sigma methodology and the role of the DMAIC process development cycle
  • To compute process production and processability
  • How to put DMAIC cycle in work or research, to identify problems and quantitatively assess the impact of process changes using statistical analysis
  • Interpret the selection, implementation & application of a Six Sigma project, including the roles and responsibilities of all team members, to their work area
  • Gather appropriate data from their process to support problem-solving
  • Create detailed flowcharts & process maps of processes to relay the most accurate information to the organisation
  • Demonstrate the ability to monitor and control processes after course completion.
  • Practical exercise of Value Stream Mapping
  • To classify the Voice of the Client and translate into Critical to Quality parameters
  • Consider inversely and do things inversely when finding solutions to glitches and refining courses
  • Decide to pursue the Green Belt or Black Belt certification
  • Recognize and implement elementary Six Sigma features and the DMAIC
  • Analyze the mathematical history which gives support to the Six Sigma projects
  • Be aware of providing backup to green belts six sigma participants in the implementation of their jobs
  • Describe and realize quality concepts and their growth
  • Deliberate yellow belt and why it is necessary to bear commercial development
  • Clarify the part of Six Sigma in client service and continual development
  • Apply and implement the Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control (DMAIC) problem-solving practice (six sigma yellow belt level)
  • Differentiate between the different parts usually utilized in a Six Sigma project
  • Explain how to deploy Six Sigma and assess organization readiness to launch a successful Six Sigma project
  • Understand the fundamentals of six sigma
  • Collect data
  • To take part in problem-solving practices
  • Add their personal experience to the exploration process
  • Define customer critical to quality characteristics of processes/products
  • Understand the value of cross-functional teamwork
  • Use formal problem-solving techniques to improve process performance
  • Understand the DMAIC approach to project management and problem-solving
  • Study the idea of Six Sigma
  • Understanding Six Sigma tools and theories
  • How to find variation between DMAIC and DFSS applications
  • Know different control charts to monitor the process
  • Drawing control charts and exercises
  • Applied study for clarity of concepts
  • To know the experience and sense of the Six Sigma methodology and the role of the DMAIC process development cycle
  • To compute process production and processability
  • How to put DMAIC cycle in work or research, to identify problems and quantitatively assess the impact of process changes using statistical analysis
  • Interpret the selection, implementation & application of a Six Sigma project, including the roles and responsibilities of all team members, to their work area

Who should take this course

  • The course gives benefits to the delegates belonging to organizations that are executing yellow belt and desire to broaden the information base of their staff regarding impression, prospects, and competencies.

Overview

Yellow Belt training course offers a view of the technology behind the Six Sigma, its advantages, and elementary improvement practices. A yellow belt course provides an understanding of how to integrate Six Sigma methods for the development of construction and transactional systems to meet client expectations and bottom-line goals of their organization better. A Yellow Belt characteristically has a fundamental knowledge of Six Sigma but does not lead projects of the group by themselves. Yellow belts are given with the responsibility for the growth of procedure maps to support Six Sigma projects.

A Yellow Belt contributes as a central team associate or subject matter expert (SME) on a project or projects. Also, Yellow Belts certified candidates might often be provided with the responsibility of running smaller process improvement projects using the PDCA method (Plan, Do  Check, Act). PDCA often referred to as the Deming Wheel which empowers Yellow Belts to recognize processes that could profit from improvement. These smaller type of six sigma projects always get upgraded to the Six Sigma Green Belt or six sigma Black Belt level where a DMAIC process is used to maximize cost savings using Statistical Process Control.

EXAM:

  • Multiple Choice Questions in the paper
  • 60 questions
  • One mark for each true answer
  • No negative marks subtracted for incorrect answers
  • 60 minutes period of the exam
  • 40 out of 60 question are mandatory to reply correctly to pass

 

Course Content

Introduction to Six Sigma

  • What is Six Sigma?
  • Why Six Sigma?
  • Outcome of Six Sigma Initiative

Design for six sigma

  • DFSS Customer to Customer Circle
  • DFSS - Product or Service
  • Traditional Methods vs. Six Sigma
  • The DMAIC Process

Define Phase

  • Voice of Customer
  • Project Charter for a Six Sigma Project
  • Identifying Stakeholders
  • Cost of Poor Quality Concept

Measure Phase

  • System definition
  • Kinds of Data
  • Advantages and disadvantages of Distinct Data
  • Variation and measurement

Analyze Phase

  • Various analysis tools:
  • Run Chart
  • Histogram and Pareto Chart
  • Process Flow Diagram
  • IPO Diagram
  • Cause-Effect Diagram

Improve phase

  • FMEA Risk Analysis
  • Standard Operating Procedure
  • Process Improvement: Selecting and implementing

Control Phase

  • Control Charts: Introduction and Various Types
  • Control vs. Capability

 

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