Six Sigma Yellow Belt by TMI™ – DEC 2024£695
About this course
This high-quality two-day introduction to Six Sigma provides a practical overview of the DMAIC improvement methodology and covers the basic tools of variation reduction, problem solving and quality improvement. If you’re seeking to become familiar with the language of Six Sigma and needing to contribute to Six Sigma improvement projects as a team member or process owner, Six Sigma Yellow Belt by the Manufacturing Institute is perfect for you.
Who is this course for?
This programme is suitable for anyone with an interest or requirement to gain a base knowledge and understanding of the principles and application of the Six Sigma process.
On successful completion, delegates will be able to describe what Six Sigma is including the DMAIC methodology, understand good practices associated with control and sustaining improvements and how it relates to Lean thinking. Contribute to project definition ensuring projects are set-up for success. Support and contribute to Six Sigma culture and project execution including application of key tools.
Timetable Dates for this Course
9am to 4pm
9am to 4pm
Dates may be subject to change. Terms and conditions of booking apply.
Our Six Sigma training is designed for practical, real-world application to deliver change quickly and sustainably. Yellow Belt skills can be applied to improve any area of business performance, quality, productivity and cost within manufacturing, supply chain or operational support functions.
Part 1 - Six Sigma Yellow Belt
Topics Covered – Six Sigma Overview / DMAIC Methodology / Connections with Lean / Six Sigma Project Definition inc. Charter / Introduction to Basic Statistics / Principles of variation
Part 2 - Six Sigma Yellow Belt
Topics Covered – Measurement Systems Evaluation / Principles of control charts / Process Mapping / Concepts of input/output thinking / Basic Problem-Solving Tools / Process control
How does it work?
The course runs between 9.00 am to 4.00 pm over 2-days (7 hours per session). You will be expected to contribute to discussions and share your own experiences throughout the training.
What is the entry-level requirement?
No academic qualification is required to attend this course, all you need is an interest in, and an awareness of the benefits of Six Sigma.
What does it include?
Includes access to materials, direction and support in our virtual learning environment (VLE) It’s Learning.
What is the certification?
A certificate of attendance is available to delegates who have attended all the ARTL training days. For delegates embarking on a Fellowship, a certificate of completion is awarded subject to total course attendance and final project assessment. This is an award from The Manufacturing Institute.
Who will be delivering this programme?
Delivered by endorsed TMI™️ affiliates, our experienced Master Black Belt Practitioners will combine presentation, peer-to-peer discussion, group activity and interactive learning exercises to ensure delivery remains energetic, thought-provoking and professionally relevant.
Can we run this programme in-house?
Yes, we can deliver all our programmes on-site. Quotations are subject to minimum numbers, bespoke preparation, and broader company objectives. Please contact one of our team who can discuss the requirements in person.
We urge you not to miss sessions, late cancellations or no-shows are subject to the terms and conditions of booking. We understand that real life can get in the way of training, and as long as we are made aware, we will always endeavour to re-arrange missed sessions on the next available intake.
What is the value of Manufacturing Institute certification?
Our independently accredited certification is recognised and well-respected throughout the manufacturing sector. Certification from the Manufacturing Institute demonstrates a commitment to world-class training and thinking and will help position yourself and your organisation ahead of the competition.