FITAC Lean Six Sigma offers a two-day Yellow Belt Training Course. This specific training provides you with comprehension of the fundamental methodologies utilised for Six Sigma. The Six Sigma Yellow Belt training course covers a few of the basic improvement procedures and their necessary metrics. In the case of many organisations, the person who has a Yellow Belt certified training is also an SME or “subject matter expert”. He or she can become a central team member on an individual project or multiple projects.
The Six Sigma Yellow Belt training program allows employees to possess a more profound understanding of process improvement via process management introduction. Students participating in this class also become familiar with the fundamental tools associated with Six Sigma. The goal of the Yellow Belt training is to give students the necessary tools required in order to become a valuable player within a company’s larger goals and objectives.
The FITAC Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certified Training Course offers the following benefits:
- Support from the experts at FITAC
- Training to see a broader picture and higher understanding of daily tasks that convert into enhanced quality, decreased waste, and better cycle times
Graduates contribute to a company by playing a supportive role in the larger Six Sigma Process. These individuals gather correct data and allow other Yellow Belts to gain knowledge and experience in the problem-solving process. Everyone’s comprehension of the process is an integral part of improvement methodology. Yellow Belt-certified trained individuals have the job of locating, controlling and watching out for possible monetary loss in any area of the company, and report this kind of information to Green Belts and Black Belts residing within the company.
Details: The Yellow Belt course from FITAC is a two day course. Class times are 8am – 4:30pm, based in central locations in the Dublin Area, but can also be conducted in-house for class sizes of between 5-10 persons
Classes cover the following information:
- Comprehending and creating the SIPOC Diagram
- Overview of Process Mapping (the 6 foot view)
- C&E Matrix
- Effects Analysis along with Failure Modes
- Fundamental Statistics
- Minitab Introduction
- Developing Graphs (fundamental quality tools)
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