Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Reducing waste and maximizing profits


The Six Sigma Yellow Belt is meant for the new entrants to this project management methodology. Yellow Belt delegates could belong to an organisation having employees who wish to develop their skills in this field using Six Sigma and its various methods such as DMAIC and DFSS. The methodology aims to reduce waste while it increases the organisation's profit as well. The certification introduces these tools to the delegates and helps them use these tools and procedures in their company. The course acts as the first step in attaining the Six Sigma Certification.
The course comprises of theory and practical sessions supervised by a BSI Master Black Belt. A Yellow Belt professional works in a team that is led by a Green Belt professional. A Yellow Belts helps the organisation save both time and money by getting the projects completed on time using Six Sigma tools and techniques.

  • Get into the world of Six Sigma

  • Learn how to reduce waste processes

  • Get certified from Global Training Providers

  • Earn higher potential salaries


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Tutor Support

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



Courseware will also be provided to the delegates so that they can revise the course after the training.


As such, there is no formal prerequisite for the Six Sigma Yellow Belt training course.


  • Those who are already practising Yellow Belt techniques in their organisation and need to improve upon them
  • Those who are altogether new to the concepts of Six Sigma


  • Use Six Sigma to Communicate among team members
  • Relate Six Sigma theories to overall business aims
  • Use Six Sigma tools to help in solving the problems and improving processes with the Six Sigma DMAIC method
  • Build a basis for innovative presentation of Six Sigma concepts.
  • Know the DMAIC Process of Six Sigma.
  • Realize measurable financial results with Six Sigma.
  • Learn to recognize and remove problems using Six Sigma.
  • Upgrade your skills to meet the aims of the organisation
  • Collect data for analysis of the problems

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Delegates during the Yellow Belt Training are introduced to the improvement techniques in Six Sigma. They also learn

 the advantages provided by implementing Six Sigma techniques. The delegates also learn to integrate the Six Sigma techniques into their organisation’s processes as per the requirements of the client.A Yellow Belt, by the end of the course, is familiar to Six Sigma concepts but does not possess the required skills to lead Six Sigma enabled teams. Yellow Belt professionals act as support pillars in such a team.

A Yellow Belt Professional is a Subject Matter Expert on a project in a Six Sigma team., Yellow Belts are also responsible for implementing projects of a smaller nature or size or those projects which act as modules for other bigger projects. Yellow Belt professionals achieve this by following the Plan, Do  Check, Act method.


The Yellow Belt Certification of Six Sigma is a 60 question Multiple Choice exams lasting for a duration of 60 minutes. The candidates get one mark for every correct answer and are supposed to score 66.66% (i.e. 40 marks out of 60) to clear the exam. There is no negative marking for any questions that are answered incorrectly.


    • Introducing Six Sigma
      • Define Six Sigma
      • Why Six Sigma?
      • Outcome of Six Sigma Initiative
    • Layout for Six Sigma
      • DFSS Customer to Customer Circle
      • DFSS - Product or Service
      • Traditional Methods vs. Six Sigma
      • The DMAIC Process
    • Define Phase
      • Voice of Customer
      • Project Charter for a Six Sigma Project
      • Identifying Stakeholders
      • Cost of Poor Quality Concept
    • Measure Phase
      • System definition
      • Kinds of Data
      • Advantages and disadvantages of Distinct Data
      • Variation and measurement
    • Analyze Phase
      • Various analysis tools:
      • Run Chart
      • Histogram and Pareto Chart
      • Process Flow Diagram
      • IPO Diagram
      • Cause-Effect Diagram
    • Improve phase
      • FMEA Risk Analysis
      • Standard Operating Procedure
      • Process Improvement: Selecting and implementing
    • Control Phase
      • Control Charts: Introduction and Various Types
      • Control vs. Capability


Course Name Dates Duration Price
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 01/07/2019 Cardiff
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 01/07/2019 Milton Keynes
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 08/07/2019 London
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 08/07/2019 Newcastle
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 15/07/2019 Bristol
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 15/07/2019 Birmingham
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 22/07/2019 London
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 22/07/2019 Liverpool
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 29/07/2019 Edinburgh
2 Days
Six Sigma Yellow Belt 29/07/2019 Leeds
2 Days

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