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Performance is the valued asset of an organisation. During project implementation, there is the excessive use of resources as well as time. There is a necessity of management method that can completely remove waste and decrease variations from the Product environment. The Lean methodology is known for minimising waste due to unevenness of workloads while the Six Sigma approach works on reducing waste by considering process variation as the cause of waste.

The course is planned to provide the skill set of Lean as well as Six Sigma. The delegates will gain the expertise in Lean Six Sigma by learning both the approaches collaboratively. The Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt course provides the basic understanding of Lean and Six Sigma concepts. After finishing the course, you will become Yellow Belt and perform as Lean team members efficiently.

Who should take this course

This course is designed for the following professionals:

  • Team Members
  • Project Members


There are no prerequisites required before attending this course.


What Will You Learn

By undergoing this course, delegates will get to lean about:

  • Principles of Lean Six Sigma
  • Need of Lean with Six Sigma
  • To measure performance of the projects
  • Phases of the Lean Six Sigma
  • Role of yellow belts in team
  • Implementation of improvements in project environment

What's included

  Course Overview

The Yellow Belt Six Sigma course covers an in-depth knowledge of Lean Six Sigma methods. You will get knowledge of Define, Measure and Control (DMC) phases. The yellow belt certification offers the understanding of implementation, performance and interpretation of Lean Six Sigma in an organisation.


You can look for the Lean Six Sigma yellow belt exam after achieving the course completion certification. The exam structure includes multiple choice questions. Cracking the exam with passing marks permit candidates to become the Lean Six Sigma yellow belts.


  Course Content

An overview of Lean

  • Analysis of Lean procedure
  • Describing customer values, mapping values streams and flow
  • Defining pull and seek perfections

The summary of Six Sigma

  • Introducing Six Sigma
  • Process of Six Sigma (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control)

An introduction to Lean Six Sigma

  • The study of Lean Six Sigma
  • Differentiate between Lean and Six Sigma
  • The necessity of Lean Six Sigma concept
  • The management idea of Lean Six Sigma
  • The roles and steps of Lean Six Sigma
  • The procedures of Six Sigma
  • The idea of active teams

 Study of Phases

  • What are problem statements?
  •  Learning objectives
  • Analysis of Voice of the Customer (VOC)
  • Identifying Kano
  • Working on Lean Six Sigma Projects
  • evaluating critical to quality
  • The various kinds of phases

Measure Phase

  • The summary of Measure Phase
  • Estimating challenges
  • Strategies for process performance
  • Study of process mapping
  • Planning of value stream

Analyse Phase

  • Exploration of exploratory data
  • An overview of cost analysis
  • Types of waste
  • The 5 Why’s of Root Cause Analysis and the Ishikawa diagrams

Improve Phase

  • Choice of improvement solutions
  • Study of Ease and Effect matrix
  • An overview of risk management

Control Phase

  • Development maintenance
  • The ongoing cycle of measuring
  • An Introduction to Statistical Process Control


  • The examples of Yellow Belt improvement
  • Case Study (Financial Services)

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

What is Lean?

The Lean development is a method to remove waste in the business system without affecting efficiency. The deliberations of a Lean system are that a present waste is due to overload and variations in the work procedure. The value is the only strength for which the customers are eager to pay.

Henry Ford is a person who mixes the entire production process. In 1913, he reliably worked with compatible parts with standard work and created the flow production. From the people viewpoint, the moving assembly line clutched them, but it was a better progression for the industrial engineer.

 Difference b/w Lean and TPS

The traditional thinking:

In this approach, the leader acted as a customer, and the employees work to satisfy the needs and requirements of management. This way leads to the little involvement of employees for organisation development.

The Lean Process:

The team members are at the top supported by the leaders. In this method, the leaders are realistic servants who consider what desires to be done?

Benefits of using Lean:

  • It helps in refining quality by using the problem-solving methods and plummeting recurrence.
  • Get improved visual management so that the problems can be recognised
  • The line balancing authorises system that each person is working in a well-organized manner.
  • The more work can get done with a lesser number of individuals. The free employees are sent to skills improvement activities.
  • The standardised work helps people comprehend what to do and when to do it.

What is DMAIC?

DMAIC is an important part of the Lean Six Sigma. The organisation can improve customer relations and satisfaction as well. Most importantly, DMAIC helps to reduce the amount of defects or problems that occur during the manufacturing and distribution process of a company.

Green Belts are a step above Yellow Belts and a step below Black Belts.  They are certified individuals who can lead small teams under the supervision of a Black Belt in improving these processes and effecting positive changes in the company. Businesses that are interested in this level of training can conduct either on-site or online training for their staff. Whether it be online or on-site training, employees will be able to improve their qualifications which will allow them to gain a higher standing within the company, while simultaneously updating their resumes. The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training is an ideal solution for businesses that want to improve their internal processes as well as meet the needs of their consumers, while at the same time, helping their employees.


Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days Manchester
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days Dublin
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days Glasgow
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days London
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days Milton Keynes
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days Norwich
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days Birmingham
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days Cardiff
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days Belfast
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 2 days London