Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential Training Calendar

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Slough 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Oxford 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Guildford 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Fleet 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Chichester 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Chatham 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Bracknell 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Bromley 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Worcester 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Wolverhampton 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Warwick 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Stoke-on-Trent 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Tonbridge 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Windsor Town 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Heathrow 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Teesside 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Virtual 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Gatwick 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Wrexham 2 days

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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential 21/12/2017 Swansea 2 days

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  • What are the pre-requisites?

    There are no qualifications or experience required prior to attending this course. Candidates are provided with pre-course materials to read through as soon as their course is confirmed. This enables individuals to get the best possible start to their training. The pre-course work consists of fifteen hours of study including subjects such as pre-course reading and call centre scenarios.

  • Who should attend this course?

    This course is for anyone who wants or needs to improve their business performance.

  • Do you offer support for the course?

    We are able to provide support via phone & email prior to attending, during and after the course.

  • What is included in the course?

    Delegate pack consisting of course notes and folder, pre-course leaflets, an experienced instructor and refreshments.

  • Does this course involve and include exams?

    Yes, the Yellow Belt examination is provided.

  • What are the structures of the exams?

    The exam is multiple choice.

Six Sigma Yellow Belt Residential

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During this residential course, delegates will acquire the knowledge and skills required to become a certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt. This course includes all an individual will require to pass the Yellow Belt examination.

 

After passing this course, candidates will gain a qualification which indicates that the holder has the skills required to work effectively in a Six Sigma environment.

 

Six Sigma is a business methodology which helps improve quality. This methodology focuses on collecting and analysing data on existing processes to discover where defects are occurring and figuring out how to reduce them. In the real world, Six Sigma users have different assignments; Black Belt practitioners supervise and manage Six Sigma projects whereas Green & Yellow Belts work in teams to carry out the project activities. Motorola invented this process in the 1980s, but Six Sigma has been adopted by many other companies as a method for quality improvement in organisations.

 

Pre-Requisites

There are no qualifications or experience required prior to attending this course. Candidates are provided with pre-course materials to read through as soon as their course is confirmed. This enables individuals to get the best possible start to their training. The pre-course work consists of fifteen hours of study including subjects such as key tools and methodologies of Six Sigma.

 

It is also recommended that candidates read ‘The Machine that Changed the World’ by Wolmack & Jones prior to attending this course.

 

Who Should Attend

This course is for anyone who wants or needs to improve their business performance.

 

About the Trainers and Materials

The materials for the Six Sigma Yellow Belt course are always top quality and will ensure delegates always receive the most effective and highest standard of training.

 

The trainers involved in delivering the course have over twenty of years of experience and have vast expertise on the field of implementing best practice involved in work optimisation, managing supply chains and using Six Sigma methodologies.

 

All of these trainers have worked as leading management consultants involved in high profile assignments and have broad experience in managing and implementing Six Sigma in government, engineering, science, manufacturing and retail sectors.

 

Course Structure & Content

During this two day course, delegates will be able to prepare for the Six Sigma Yellow Belt examination. For an additional charge, delegates can stay on for an extra three days to continue to prepare for and take the Six Sigma Green Belt examination.

 

The exam involves 60 multiple choice questions, with the pass mark above 40. Passing this exam ensures that delegates are able to comprehend the principles and tools of Lean Six Sigma and be able to act as an important member of any business improvement programme which utilises the Lean Six Sigma optimisation process.

 

Course Outline

The units of this course include:

  • Concepts and principles of Six Sigma
  • Variability
  • How to define customer value
  • Reducing waste
  • Implementing Six Sigma to an entire company or just a project
  • DMAIC Methods
  • How much poor quality costs a business
  • CTQ Requirements (Critical to Quality)
  • Diagrams of SIPOC
  • The basics of measurements
  • Analysing defects
  • Data collection
  • The basics of data analysis, including run charts, pareto and histograms
  • Mapping processes
  • The causes and effects using Ishikawa diagrams
  • Discovering, building and evaluating solutions
  • The fundamentals of Statistical Process Controls
  • 5S Tools
  • Improvement events and Kaisen

 

Why Train with Sixsigma.co.uk?

  • The materials provided are world class
  • Learning experiences are always enjoyable
  • Trusted by leading companies to train their staff
  • Pre and post course support is provided
  • Our courses use real-world examples and businesses
  • The exam pass rate is consistently high
  • 90% of delegates take further courses with us
  • The instructors are the best in the global industry
  • In 2014, over 50,000 delegates were trained through us
  • The venues we use and provide are the most luxurious in the world
  • Delegate Pack Consisting of Lean Six Sigma Courseware
  • Exam
  • An Experienced Instructor
  • Refreshments
  • Certificate

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