Six Sigma YELLOW BELT
Yellow Belts usually manage projects of smaller scope with shortened expected completion times. They also participate on teams led by a Green Belt or Black Belt and there may be several Yellow Belts and/or Green Belts on a team.
Yellow Belts learn to identify wastes and "see" the hidden factory losses. They are also expected to a have a basic understanding of statistical tools but usually do not get involved in hypothesis testing or DOE's.
Click here to review variety of options from on-line, live, and classroom courses. These courses cover the DMAIC phases in Six Sigma methodology.
You'll be prepared to converse and pace with progress and direction from certified Black Belts and Green Belts.
Order this downloadable Yellow Belt curriculum in .pptx or .pdf which includes the following: Click on one of the two logos above for .pptx or .pdf options.
Certificate programs are less rigorous than Green Belt or Black Belt programs and usually consist of the following:
This site has over 100 example certification problems available for subscribers of this site. Many of the problems have further explanations along with additional developmental material that can be found within this site.
Yellow Belt Certification usually requires knowledge or execution of the following tools:
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Central Limit Theorem
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T Tests
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