Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification
This course examines the complementary nature of Lean and Six Sigma. In this course, you’ll learn about Six Sigma and its methodology, and then explore Lean and some key tools and how they integrate with Six Sigma.
Candidates seeking Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification; those who are new to the world of Six Sigma or have a small role, interest, or need to develop foundational knowledge; quality professionals; engineers; production managers; frontline supervisors; and all individuals, including process owners and champions, charged with the responsibility of improving quality and processes at the organizational or departmental level
Six Sigma and Lean: Foundations and Principles
recognize the purpose of Six Sigma and its potential value to an organizationidentify key characteristics of Six Sigmasequence key developments in the evolution of Six Sigmarecognize core concepts of the Six Sigma methodologyidentify considerations when assessing an organization’s readiness to use Six Sigma for a projectidentify ways in which Six Sigma can benefit an organizationrecognize foundational Lean conceptsmatch Lean concepts to their descriptionsclassify examples of value- and nonvalue-added activities and wasterecognize examples of the just-in-time methodrecognize examples of poka-yokerecognize examples of Kanban-pullidentify the types of information revealed by value stream mappingrecognize differences and similarities between Six Sigma and Leanrecognize criteria you must take into consideration before integrating Lean and Six Sigmarecognize activities involved in Lean deploymentdemonstrate your understanding of Lean and Six Sigma concepts and tools