Kickstart your journey towards process improvement excellence with our Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification training.
With this training, you’ll gain a fundamental understanding of Six Sigma principles and basic problem-solving techniques. By becoming a Yellow Belt, you’ll contribute to improvement initiatives, collaborate with Green and Black Belts, and effectively support larger-scale projects. Enhance your skills, improve your ability to identify and solve problems, and make a positive impact on your organization’s performance. Invest in your professional growth and pave the way for future success with Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training.
MRC’s Yellow Belt Certification course is a process-focus to manage the business through the Six Sigma problem-solving approach of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control (DMAIC). Yellow Belts are process improvement team members who have been exposed to the DMAIC Process and Tools.
Course Highlights Include
- Learn and apply DMAIC tools
- Utilize classroom exercises to demonstrate the application of tools
- Complete and pass exam on information and tools presented in YB training
- Day 1: DEFINE:
Project Charter, SIPOC, Voice of Customer, Multi-level Pareto (Minitab Introduction)
- Days 1 & 2: MEASURE:
- Six Sigma Metrics (card drop exercise)
- Basic Stats (Graphical Summary, Histogram, Dotplots
- Boxplots, Time Series)
- Basic Tools (Process Map, Fishbone Diagram, XY Matrix, FMEA)
Common and Special Causes
- Process Capability Analysis (catapult exercise)
- MSA (Gage and Attribute R&R)
- Day 2: ANALYZE
- Hypothesis Testing
- Basic Tools – 1-Sample t
- 2-Sample t
- Paired t
- 2 Proportions
- Power and Sample size
- Day 2: Intro to IMPROVE and CONTROL
- Time Series and Control Charts
- Control and Reaction Plan
MRC’s Six Sigma Yellow Belts are introduced to the DMAIC process. Participants create fishbone diagrams, control charts and graphs using Minitab’s statistical software, understand basic statistic measures and complete data demographics exercises. Process capability principles are reviewed using class exercises and analyzed in Minitab. A number of hypothesis testing methods are also included in the Yellow Belt training. Finally, control and reaction plans are examined to complete the course.