This Six Sigma training course is designed to give individuals an understanding of the Six Sigma Methodology and the tools within the DMAIC problem solving process. The role of the Six Sigma Yellow Belt is to be an effective team member by supporting Six Sigma Black and Green Belts in their process improvement projects.
Features of this course
Who should attend Six Sigma Yellow Belt training?
People who need…
… an introduction to Six Sigma
… to join or assist teams lead by Six Sigma Green and Black Belts.
This two-day workshop has been designed for team members and others who need a practical understanding of the concepts of Six Sigma.
A series of activities is used to explain the basic philosophy, the ‘DMAIC’ method and the major tools.
Explanations are practical and visual rather than theoretical so that the workshop will appeal to a wide range of potential Six Sigma team members, and tools can be easily applied back in the workplace.
The lessons will be reinforced by a series of tasks and through discussion of participants own projects.
Six Sigma Organisation
Major tools and concepts are understood by actively using them to improve a model process.
Planning a real project
How to contribute to planning a real project in your own workplace, including project definition and baseline measures.
The program will be presented by Alan Long, and Glenda Crawford.
Alan is a Chartered Statistician (Royal Statistical Society) with many years experience in business and industry, and a reputation for explaining complex techniques in a practical, understandable, and useful way.
Glenda is a specialist in behavioural, communication and interpersonal skills with a BSc(Hons) and an MBA from London Business School. She has the reputation of taking theoretical principles and helping delegates apply them to their own management practices.
$1,200 excluding GST ($1,320 including GST). Fee includes Yellow Belt Manual, computer spreadsheet files for data analysis, lunch & refreshments. Please refer to our standard terms & conditions on our registration page.
Six Sigma Yellow Belt training will be conducted in both Melbourne and Perth.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance
Articulation into other CFL programs
Completion of this Yellow Belt program is equivalent to Module 1 of our Green Belt course. Participants who have completed the CFL Yellow Belt course may join our Green Belt course at Module 2.
If they wish to receive a Green Belt certificate of competence based on practical project work, they must bring evidence of their process improvement activities together with data and charts, when they join Green Belt Module 2.