Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

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Overview

Unlock your potential with Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

IASSC-certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is for professionals who want to take their careers to the next level. This globally recognised certification validates your Lean Six Sigma knowledge, making you a valuable asset to any organisation. 

This course will give you a fundamental understanding of the Lean Six Sigma methodology and how to improve processes in any industry or organisation. 

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification is highly sought after by employers worldwide. It demonstrates your expertise in process improvement initiatives and improved customer satisfaction. In addition, as a certified Yellow Belt professional, you will have the skills to make data-driven decisions and solve business problems. 

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is your tool for gaining a competitive edge in the job market.

Advance your career today.

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Why Study365?

Advance your career with Study365 

Study365 offers professionals the ultimate IASSC-certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification programme. With Study365, you can afford to excel at your own pace. Undergo a superior learning experience with our industry expert, Stratos Lazaridis. Also, empower yourself for success with our engaging course material, online discussions, and guided exam preparations. Our IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt™ Certification + Official Exam also comes with the following: 

  • A free exam preparation webinar and timed mock exam. 
  • A free Scrum and Agile Essentials course (Gain up to 12 CPD hours for your portfolio). 
  • Special privileges and discounts on future Study365 purchases. 
  • Eligibility for a TOTUM Discount card and Student ID card. 
Course Curriculum

What You will Learn

Module 1 – Define Phase
Introduction
Introduction FREE 00:04:00
Chapter 1 - The Basics of Six Sigma
Unit 1.1 – Meanings of Six Sigma FREE 00:08:00
Lecture Notes – Meanings of Six Sigma
Unit 1.2 – General History of Six Sigma & Continuous Improvement FREE 00:15:00
Lecture Notes – General History of Six Sigma & Continuous Improvement
Unit 1.3 – Six Sigma Methodology Part 1 FREE 00:13:00
Lecture Notes – Six Sigma Methodology Part 1
Unit 1.4 -Six Sigma Methodology Part 2 FREE 00:21:00
Lecture Notes – Six Sigma Methodology Part 2
Unit 1.5 – Six Sigma Teams FREE 00:11:00
Lecture Notes – Six Sigma Teams
Unit 1.6 – DMAIC Tollgate Reviews FREE 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – DMAIC Tollgate Reviews
Unit 1.7 – Deliverables of a Lean Six Sigma Project FREE 00:17:00
Lecture Notes – Deliverables of a Lean Six Sigma Project
Unit 1.8 – The Problem Solving Strategy Y = f(x) FREE 00:11:00
Lecture Notes – The Problem Solving Strategy Y = f(x)
Unit 1.9 – The Voices in Six Sigma Introduction FREE 00:06:00
Lecture Notes – The Voices in Six Sigma Introduction
Unit 1.10 – Voice of the Customer (VOC) FREE 00:16:00
Lecture Notes – Voice of the Customer (VOC)
Unit 1.11 – Voice of the Business (VOB) FREE 00:05:00
Lecture Notes – Voice of the Business (VOB)
Unit 1.12 – Voice of the Employee (VOE) FREE 00:06:00
Lecture Notes – Voice of the Employee (VOE)
Unit 1.13 – Voice of the Process (VOP) FREE 00:03:00
Lecture Notes – Voice of the Process (VOP)
Unit 1.14 – The Hierarchy of Six Sigma Belts FREE 00:13:00
Lecture Notes – The Hierarchy of Six Sigma Belts
Unit 1.15 – Six Sigma Roles & Responsibilities Part 1 FREE 00:29:00
Lecture Notes – Six Sigma Roles & Responsibilities Part 1
Unit 1.16 – Six Sigma Roles & Responsibilities Part 2 FREE 00:35:00
Lecture Notes – Six Sigma Roles & Responsibilities Part 2
Chapter 1 – Question & Answer Discussion FREE 00:16:00
Chapter 2 - The Fundamentals of Six Sigma
Unit 2.1 – Defining a Process 00:13:00
Lecture Notes – Defining a Process
Unit 2.2 – Process Mapping & Process Maps Part 1 00:26:00
Lecture Notes – Process Mapping & Process Maps Part 1
Unit 2.3 – Process Mapping & Process Maps Part 2 00:29:00
Lecture Notes – Process Mapping & Process Maps Part 2
Unit 2.4 – Critical to Quality Characteristics (CTQ’s) 00:14:00
Lecture Notes – Critical to Quality Characteristics (CTQ’s)
Unit 2.5 – Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) 00:13:00
Lecture Notes – Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)
Unit 2.6 – Pareto Analysis (80:20 Rule) 00:13:00
Lecture Notes – Pareto Analysis (80:20 Rule)
Unit 2.7 – Basic Six Sigma Metrics 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – Basic Six Sigma Metrics
Unit 2.8 – Defects per Opportunity (DPO) 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – Defects per Opportunity (DPO)
Unit 2.9 – Defects per Unit (DPU) 00:02:00
Lecture Notes – Defects per Unit (DPU)
Unit 2.10 – Defects per Million Opportunities (DPMO) 00:08:00
Lecture Notes – Defects per Million Opportunities (DPMO)
Unit 2.11 – First-Time Yield (FTY) 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – First-Time Yield (FTY)
Unit 2.12 – Rolled Throughput Yield (RTY) 00:08:00
Lecture Notes – Rolled Throughput Yield (RTY)
Unit 2.13 – Lead Time, Cycle Time, and Unit Time 00:04:00
Lecture Notes – Lead Time, Cycle Time, and Unit Time
Unit 2.14 – Lead Time vs Cycle Time 00:04:00
Lecture Notes – Lead Time vs Cycle Time
Unit 2.15 – Primary vs Secondary Process Performance Metrics 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – Primary vs Secondary Process Performance Metrics
Chapter 2 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:07:00
Chapter 3 - Selecting Lean Six Sigma Projects
Unit 3.1 – Building a Business Case & Project Charter Part 1 00:17:00
Lecture Notes – Building a Business Case & Project Charter Part 1
Unit 3.2 – Building a Business Case & Project Charter Part 2 00:21:00
Lecture Notes – Building a Business Case & Project Charter Part 2
Unit 3.3 – Developing Project Metrics 00:03:00
Unit 3.4 – Financial Evaluation & Benefits Capture 00:24:00
Lecture Notes – Financial Evaluation & Benefits Capture
Chapter 3 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:08:00
Chapter 4 - The Lean Enterprise
Unit 4.1 – Understanding Lean Part 1 00:20:00
Lecture Notes – Understanding Lean Part 1
Unit 4.2 – Understanding Lean Part 2 00:21:00
Lecture Notes – Understanding Lean Part 2
Unit 4.3 – Key Lean Terms & Concepts Part 1 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – Key Lean Terms & Concepts Part 1
Unit 4.4 – Key Lean Terms & Concepts Part 2 00:21:00
Lecture Notes – Key Lean Terms & Concepts Part 2
Unit 4.5 – The History of Lean 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – The History of Lean
Unit 4.6 – Lean & Six Sigma 00:19:00
Lecture Notes – Lean & Six Sigma
Unit 4.7 – The Seven Elements of Waste 00:14:00
Lecture Notes – The Seven Elements of Waste
Unit 4.8 – 5S. A Sort, Straighten, Shine, Standardize, Self-Discipline 00:12:00
Lecture Notes – 5S. A Sort, Straighten, Shine, Standardize, Self-Discipline
Chapter 4 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:07:00
Module 2 – Measure Phase
Introduction
Introduction 00:02:00
Chapter 1 - Process Definition
Unit 1.1 Cause & Effect / Fishbone Diagrams 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – Cause & Effect / Fishbone Diagrams
Unit 1.2 Process Mapping, SIPOC, Value Stream Map 00:11:00
Lecture Notes – Process Mapping, SIPOC, Value Stream Map
Unit 1.3 X-Y Diagram 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – X-Y Diagram
Unit 1.4 Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA) 00:15:00
Lecture Notes – Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Chapter 1 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:08:00
Chapter 2 – Six Sigma Statistics
Unit 2.1 Basic Statistics 00:12:00
Lecture Notes – Basic Statistics
Unit 2.2 Descriptive Statistics 00:16:00
Lecture Notes – Descriptive Statistics
Unit 2.3 Normal Distributions & Normality 00:19:00
Lecture Notes – Normal Distributions & Normality
Unit 2.4 Graphical Analysis 00:05:00
Lecture Notes – Graphical Analysis
Chapter 2 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:07:00
Chapter 3 – Measurement System Analysis (MSA)
Unit 3.1 Measurement System Analysis (MSA) 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – Measurement System Analysis (MSA)
Unit 3.2 Precision & Accuracy 00:17:00
Lecture Notes – Precision & Accuracy
Unit 3.3 Bias, Linearity & Stability 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – Bias, Linearity & Stability
Unit 3.4 Gauge Repeatability & Reproducibility 00:18:00
Lecture Notes – Gauge Repeatability & Reproducibility
Unit 3.5 Variable & Attribute MSA 00:03:00
Lecture Notes – Variable & Attribute MSA
Chapter 3 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:09:00
Chapter 4 – Process Capability
Unit 4.1 Capability Analysis Part 1 00:15:00
Lecture Notes – Capability Analysis Part 1
Unit 4.2 Capability Analysis Part 2 00:23:00
Lecture Notes – Capability Analysis Part 2
Unit 4.3 Concept of Stability 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – Concept of Stability
Unit 4.4 Attribute & Discrete Capability 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – Attribute & Discrete Capability
Unit 4.5 Monitoring Techniques 00:24:00
Lecture Notes – Monitoring Techniques
Chapter 4 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:09:00
Module 3 – Control Phase
Introduction
Introduction 00:02:00
Chapter 1 – DMAIC Control Phase
Unit 1.1 – DMAIC Control Phase – Overview 00:04:00
Chapter 2 – Lean Controls
Unit 2.1 –Lean Controls 00:03:00
Lecture Notes – Lean Controls
Unit 2.2 – 5S Workplace Organisation 00:16:00
Lecture Notes – 5S Workplace Organisation
Unit 2.3 – What Is Kanban 00:06:00
Lecture Notes – What Is Kanban
Unit 2.4 – Kanban and Just-In-Time 00:03:00
Lecture Notes – Kanban and Just-In-Time
Unit 2.5 – How Kanban Works – The Three Bin System 00:03:00
Lecture Notes – How Kanban Works – The Three Bin System
Unit 2.6 – Kanban Principles 00:00:00
Lecture Notes – Kanban Principles
Unit 2.7 – The Six rules of Kanban 00:00:00
Lecture Notes – The Six rules of Kanban
Unit 2.8 – Kanban Practices 00:00:00
Lecture Notes – Kanban Practices
Unit 2.9 – What Is Kanban Board? 00:00:00
Lecture Notes – What Is Kanban Board?
Unit 2.10 – How to Use a Kanban Board 00:00:00
Lecture Notes – How to Use a Kanban Board
Unit 2.11 – Common Kanban Mistakes 00:00:00
Lecture Notes – Common Kanban Mistakes
Unit 2.12 – Avoid Common Project Management Mistakes by Using Kanban 00:00:00
Lecture Notes – Avoid Common Project Management Mistakes by Using Kanban
Unit 2.13 – Poka-Yoke (Mistake Proofing) 00:14:00
Lecture Notes – Poka-Yoke (Mistake Proofing)
Chapter 2 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:00:00
Chapter 3 – Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Unit 3.1 – Statistical Process Control (SPC) Overview 00:24:00
Lecture Notes – Statistical Process Control (SPC) Overview
Unit 3.2 – Control Charts 00:18:00
Lecture Notes – Control Charts
Unit 3.3 – The Journal of Quality Technology (JQT) 00:12:00
Lecture Notes – The Journal of Quality Technology (JQT)
Unit 3.4 – How to Use Control Charts 00:04:00
Lecture Notes – How to Use Control Charts
Unit 3.5 – Advanced Control Charts 00:20:00
Lecture Notes – Advanced Control Charts
Unit 3.6 – Data Collection for SPC Part 1 00:27:00
Lecture Notes – Data Collection for SPC Part 1
Unit 3.7 – Data Collection for SPC Part 2 00:17:00
Lecture Notes – Data Collection for SPC Part 2
Unit 3.8 – Major Control Charts 00:04:00
Lecture Notes – Major Control Charts
Unit 3.9 – MR Control Chart 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – MR Control Chart
Unit 3.10 – Xbar-R Chart 00:08:00
Lecture Notes – Xbar-R Chart
Unit 3.11 – X-bar – S Control Chart 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – X-bar – S Control Chart
Unit 3.12 – Charting Attribute Data 00:08:00
Lecture Notes – Charting Attribute Data
Unit 3.13 – C Control Chart 00:04:00
Lecture Notes – C Control Chart
Unit 3.14 – U Control Chart 00:08:00
Lecture Notes – U Control Chart
Unit 3.15 – P Control Chart 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – P Control Chart
Unit 3.16 – NP Control Chart 00:05:00
Lecture Notes – NP Control Chart
Unit 3.17 – CUSUM Chart 00:05:00
Lecture Notes – CUSUM Chart
Unit 3.18 – EWMA Chart 00:03:00
Lecture Notes – EWMA Chart
Unit 3.19 – Advanced Control Charts = Decision Trees to Help Select the Correct Type of Control Chart 00:02:00
Lecture Notes – Advanced Control Charts = Decision Trees to Help Select the Correct Type of Control Chart
Unit 3.20 – Summary of Advanced Control Charts 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – Summary of Advanced Control Charts
Unit 3.21 – Control Methods 00:10:00
Lecture Notes – Control Methods
Unit 3.22 – Response Plan 00:05:00
Lecture Notes – Response Plan
Unit 3.23 – Control Chart Anatomy 00:13:00
Lecture Notes – Control Chart Anatomy
Unit 3.24 – Subgroups, Impact of Variation, Frequency of Sampling 00:25:00
Lecture Notes – Subgroups, Impact of Variation, Frequency of Sampling
Unit 3.25 – CenterLine & Control Limit Calculations 00:15:00
Lecture Notes – CenterLine & Control Limit Calculations
Chapter 3 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:00:00
Chapter 4 – Six Sigma Control Plans
Unit 4.1 – Cost Benefit Analysis 00:07:00
Lecture Notes – Cost Benefit Analysis
Unit 4.2 – Elements of the Control Plan 00:04:00
Lecture Notes – Elements of the Control Plan
Unit 4.3 – Elements of the Response Plan 00:04:00
Lecture Notes – Elements of the Response Plan
Chapter 4 – Question & Answer Discussion 00:09:00
Mock Exam
Mock Exam – Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 01:40:00
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Stratos Lazaridis

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Get ready to meet the outstanding Stratos Lazaridis, a certified Lean Six Sigma Practitioner, Master Black Belt, and Kaizen Practitioner with over two decades of experience as a Programme and Project Manager, Trainer, and Analyst.

Not only has Stratos worked in various industries ranging from marine transportation to finance to healthcare, but he has also served in the UK government and military as a Line Officer in the Hellenic Navy, achieving the rank of Commander H.N.

With his international public and private sector career, Stratos is known for his laser focus on value creation and delivery, QCD, and continuous process improvement. He is an exceptional educator, offering a comprehensive understanding of Lean Six Sigma and bringing his extensive experience in service quality (QA, QC, QM), ISO Management System Standards, and more.

So, whether you want to improve your business performance, boost your team’s productivity, or sharpen your professional skills, learning from Stratos is a guaranteed win. So take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from one of the best in the business.

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IASSC

As an independent body, The International Association for Six Sigma Certification (IASSC) is a professional association that provides Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma certifications to individuals and organisations worldwide. The IASSC is known for its internationally-recognised standards and best practices.  The IASSC was established in 2009 and has since become a global leader in the Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma industry. Their certification programmes provide individuals with a comprehensive understanding of the Lean Six Sigma methodology and its application in various industries. They offer three levels of certification: Yellow Belt, Green Belt, and Black Belt, to cater to individuals at different stages of their careers.  One of the unique aspects of IASSC's certification programmes is their focus on the Lean Six Sigma methodology rather than a specific industry or technology. As such, individuals and organisations can apply the principles and tools of Lean Six Sigma across a broad spectrum.  Source: IASSC website

Who is this course for?

Become a Skilled Professional

  • Lean Six Sigma beginners
  • Professionals across industries
  • Quality management professionals
  • Business analysts
  • Project managers
Learning Outcomes

Mastering the Material

  • Understand the core concepts of Lean Six Sigma methodology
  • Describe the DMAIC process and the tools used in each phase
  • Implement process improvements and control plans to sustain gains
  • Identify and evaluate process waste and inefficiencies
  • Collect and analyse data to make data-driven decisions
Entry Requirements

Course Prerequisites

  • There are no formal prerequisites for this course.
Certification

IASSC Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification 

After completing your exam, you will receive a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certificate issued by IASSC. The certification is valuable for professionals and organisations looking to improve their processes and increase efficiency. It is also an excellent starting point for professionals who want to advance their careers in process improvement or quality management. IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification sets you apart in the workplace. As an accredited practitioner, high-level positions will be at your fingertips.

How will I be assessed?

Official Exam by IASSC

Exam format:
  • Proctored 2-hour exam
  • Multiple-choice questions
  • 230/300 marks to pass (70%)
  • 60 questions in total
  • Closed-book exam

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Career path

Transform your career

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification suits professionals across industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, and IT. In addition, it empowers professionals who lead process improvement initiatives within their teams.

The IASSC-certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is an excellent starting point for those interested in pursuing a career in process improvement or quality management. Employers around the globe highly respect this certification, which can help you gain a competitive edge in today’s job market.

As a certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, you will gain access to roles such as: 

 

Source: Glassdoor, 2023

  • Project manager

    £77k per year
  • Business analyst

    £86k per year
  • Team leader

    £70k per year
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Traditional Six Sigma focuses on reducing defects and improving quality, while Lean focuses on reducing waste and improving efficiency. Lean Six Sigma integrates both approaches to achieve maximum results.
Lean Six Sigma helps organisations improve quality, reduce cost and waste, and increase efficiency. By implementing Lean Six Sigma, organisations can identify and eliminate defects, reduce cycle times, improve customer satisfaction, and increase profitability.
Any industry can apply Lean Six Sigma methodology, including manufacturing, healthcare, finance, and IT. Lean Six Sigma focuses on process improvement, waste reduction, and quality management, which can benefit any organisation that seeks to improve efficiency and customer satisfaction.
The Yellow Belt certification is an entry-level certification that covers the basics of Lean Six Sigma methodology. The Green Belt certification covers more advanced concepts and techniques and requires more training and experience. Finally, the Black Belt certification is the highest level of Lean Six Sigma certification and requires extensive training and experience in leading process improvement projects.
Yes, you can take the IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt exam online.
A Lean Six Sigma certification can lead to career opportunities such as process improvement specialist, quality manager, project manager, business analyst, and operations manager.
Some essential tools and techniques used in Lean Six Sigma include process mapping, root cause analysis, data analysis, and statistical process control. These tools and techniques help identify problems, analyse data, and implement improvements.
DMAIC is a problem-solving methodology. It stands for Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, and Control. This methodology helps identify problems, measure performance, analyse the root cause of a problem, implement improvements, and control processes to maintain gains.
A Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt supports improvement initiatives within their team or department. For example, they may collect and analyse data, process map, or identify improvement opportunities. They also play a crucial role in implementing improvements and monitoring results.
To prepare for your exam, study the course materials thoroughly and practice applying your knowledge in real-world scenarios. Consider taking practice exams, attending training sessions, and participating in discussion forums.
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