Why Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training?
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training for those who are new to the world of Lean Six Sigma who has a passion to develop the basic knowledge on Lean Six Sigma. Yellow belts can be entry level representatives who want to be more familiar with the basic concepts of Lean, Six Sigma and DMIAC. Yellow belts have a good idea on Lean six sigma concepts and help the Green Belt projects within the organization. They are essentially responsible to administer small projects using PDCA methodology i.e, (Plan, Do, Check, Act) methodology. Lean Six Sigma is a step-by-step process of interventions and statistical tools that allow companies to interpret which business processes need attention, identify root causes of problems, and sustain gain in improvements.
Duration: 9 Hours | 3 Sessions
1. Introducing Trainers & Participants. Expectation and Concerns
2. Cost of Poor Quality
3. Kano Model
4. Lean Six Sigma Overview
5. Lean Six Sigma - Three Dimensions (Organization)
6. Lean Six Sigma - Three Dimensions (Methodology)
7. 7 Types of Waste
8. Lean Six Sigma - Three Dimensions _ Tools
10. Poka Yoke
11. Lean Six Sigma - Critical Success Factors
12. Yellow Belt Exam
Why Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training?
In Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training participants will receive an introduction on tools and methods that are essential to participate in DMIAC improvement projects. This course focuses on the basic structure of DMAIC. By taking up this Training professionals can identify the problems and implement solutions to eradicate them. Lean Six Sigma is a people driven process. The Lean Six Sigma project performance level tends to match the level of persistence, expertise, and commitment of the individual members of the team. While reviewing the roles that contribute to the project, most of them think about the champion and Black Belts roles to deploy the project. However, to improve the performance of the projects, Green Belts will also play a critical role in the process improvement. Green belts are skilled team players and their aim is to improve process quality. They help to bridge the gap between the Six Sigma theory and real-world application. Lean Six Sigma Green Belt candidates play a vital role in improving the process, data inspection or Project Management. Green Belt training teaches candidates the basic tools used by a project team and how to apply DMAIC skills that relate to a Lean Six Sigma project.
Duration: 36 Hours | 12 Sessions
1. Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
2. Define Phase
3. Voice of the Customer
4. Project and Change Management
5. Project Charter
6. Gate Reviews
7. Key Lean Concepts
8. Introduction to Measure
9. Value Stream Map
10. Data Collection
11. Basic Statistics
12. Measurement System Analysis
13. Control Chart for Continuous data
14. Process Capability for Continuous Data
15. Measure Gate Review
16. Introduction to Analyze
17. Root Cause ID and Validation
18. Cause & Effect Matrix
19. Failure Mode and Effect Analysis
20. Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
21. Means and Variance Test
22. One Way ANOVA
23. Simple Linear Regression
24. Analyze Gate Review
25. Introduction to Improve
26. Solution Development
27. Process Flow Improvement
28. Kaizen Event
29. Introduction to DOE
31. Improve Gate Review
32. Introduction to Control
34. Process Control Methods
35. Control Gate Review
36. Basics of DFSS
37. Sample Project Discussion
38. Feedback Session
39. Green Belt Exam
Lecture, Presentation, Activity based real life demonstration, Game, Related audio-video visuals, Group Activity, Minitab, Excel.
Who Should Attend:
All Manufacturing & Service industry persons who want to reduce cost, Improve Quality & faster deliver, who wants to implement Lean and Six Sigma Methodologies in their organization to make the projects successful.
Also students who want to pursue their career in this field.
We would feel proud to be a part of your success story.