Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Course

Sherwood Knowledge


£399 inc VAT
Study method
2 Days, Part-time
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Suite 1, 19 Bridgegate Centre


Lean Six Sigma is a global, industry wide recognised and highly sought after Continuous Improvement & Project Management methodology to allow practitioners to develop extensive skills within business process improvement. It helps you advance your career and boosts the organisations efficiency and bottom line.
Becoming a Six Sigma yellow belt confirms a commitment to quality and provides a positive impact within any business.

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The Lean Six Sigma Yellow belt course is aimed at those new to the world of six sigma who wants to achieve continuous improvement in their business/work role.

Yellow belts can be entry level employees who seek to improve their job skills or executive champions/business owners who require an overview of Lean Six Sigma.

This is a transferable skillset widely used in business areas including the following:

  • Finance
  • Retail
  • Manufacturing
  • Logistics
  • Supply Chain
  • Trading

Course Content

Lean aims to remove all wasteful activity from all processes increasing the value your business generates to its customer base, at the same time as maximising efficiency. Six Sigma is a method to reduce defects and variation from a product or process. Combined Lean & Six Sigma creates a powerful toolkit for practitioners to make measurable business improvement.

This course will adopt an approach of advancing knowledge within the concept of six sigma and its potential to maximise your organisations productivity.

  • Introduction to Lean & Six Sigma and the Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control (DMAIC) improvement cycle
  • Key project tools within the DMAIC phases of process improvement required to operate at Yellow belt level including:
  • Voice of the Customer/business
  • Supplier, Input, Process, Output, Customer (SIPOC)
  • Process Mapping
  • Project charter
  • Stakeholder management
  • Baseline measurement & data collection
  • Measurement and systems planning
  • Introductory Graphical analysis
  • Root cause and problem-solving analysis (Fishbone, 5 why)
  • Introduction to process variation, sigma, standard deviation and statistical process control
  • Process capability and stability analysis
  • 5’s, mistake proofing
  • Control planning
  • Change management
  • Simulated activities to bring the methodology to life


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