Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Laying the Lean Six Sigma Foundation


Any organisation wants just one thing at the end of the day – Profits. All products and services that are being produced by the organisation have this common goal to be achieved. It all depends upon how the product or service is produced or manufactured. Sometimes the processes involved in the production line are either not required at all or they are taking up extra resources. To overcome such problems and remove any extra processes, Motorola first came up with a Japanese technique called “muda” in the latter half of the 80’s decade.

The methodology is aimed at reducing waste processes or those processes which are unnecessarily taking up extra resources. Lean Six Sigma is such an approach that helps to remove waste processes and deliver projects within the specified time frame. It also leads to the organisation’s single motive of doing business i.e. earn the profit.

At MSP Training, the Lean Six Sigma training provides the first course of the training as the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt course which lays the foundation for the delegates who are new to this technology.

  • Get certified as a Yellow Belt professional from best training provider

  • Know about the fundamentals of Lean Six Sigma approach

  • Understand the DMAIC model

  • Key learning points and tutor support by expert instructors


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Delegates will get certification of completion at the end of the course.


Tutor Support

A dedicated tutor will be at your disposal throughout the training to guide you through any issues.


This Lean Six Sigma Yellow belt course does not have any requirements but a fundamental knowledge of Lean Six Sigma is recommended.


  • Those who are new to Lean Six Sigma methodology
  • Those who want to improve processes in their organisation
  • Those who already possess this qualification but want to improve upon those skills


Having completed the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training, the delegates will become familiar with the following concepts:

  • Lean Six Sigma Principles and the DMAIC phases
  • Why is Lean Six Sigma required in Project Management?
  • Assess project performance on various inputs provided
  • Role of the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Professional
  • How to improve the performance of the project with respect to the environment?

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The Lean Six Sigma approach aims at removing waste processes and reduces variations with the combined team effort. The Yellow Belt course introduces the delegates to the concepts of the DMAIC model. The DMAIC, which stands for Define, Model, Analyse, Improve and Control, forms the base of the Lean Six Sigma methodology. The delegates who wish to be part of Lean Six Sigma team can undertake this Lean Six Sigma training.


  • An overview of Lean
    • Analysis of Lean procedure
    • Describing customer values, mapping values streams and flow
    • Defining pull and seek perfections
  • The summary of Six Sigma
    • Introducing Six Sigma
    • Process of Six Sigma (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control)
  • An introduction to Lean Six Sigma
    • The study of Lean Six Sigma
    • Differentiate between Lean and Six Sigma
    • The necessity of Lean Six Sigma concept
    • The management idea of Lean Six Sigma
    • The roles and steps of Lean Six Sigma
    • The procedures of Six Sigma
    • The idea of active teams
  • Define Phase
    • What are problem statements?
    • Learning objectives
    • Analysis of Voice of the Customer (VOC)
    • Identifying Kano
    • Working on Lean Six Sigma Projects
    • evaluating critical to quality
    • The various kinds of phases
  • Measure Phase
    • The summary of Measure Phase
    • Estimating challenges
    • Strategies for process performance
    • Study of process mapping
    • Planning of value stream
  • Analyse Phase
    • Exploration of exploratory data
    • An overview of cost analysis
    • Types of waste
    • The 5 Why’s of Root Cause Analysis and the Ishikawa diagrams
  • Improve Phase
    • Choice of improvement solutions
    • Study of Ease and Effect matrix
    • An overview of risk management
  • Control Phase
    • Development maintenance
    • The ongoing cycle of measuring
    • An Introduction to Statistical Process Control
  • Conclusions
    • The examples of Yellow Belt improvement
    • Case Study


Course Name Dates Duration Price
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 18/10/2021 Birmingham
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 18/10/2021 Reading
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 25/10/2021 London
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 25/10/2021 Liverpool
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 08/11/2021 London
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 08/11/2021 Aberdeen
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 08/11/2021 Milton Keynes
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 15/11/2021 Birmingham
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 15/11/2021 Edinburgh
2 Days
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt 15/11/2021 Norwich
2 Days

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