The Six Sigma Yellow Belt certificate concentrates on developing a broad understanding of process, process improvement methods, and the ability to use these concepts to evaluate the capability of a process. Upon completion of the program, you will have a solid overview of Six Sigma and its methodology. You will be able to apply Six Sigma processes to your daily activities and will be valuable in changing the way process improvement contributes to your organizational objectives. Practical examples and hands-on projects will help prepare you to work in a Six Sigma environment and to work more effectively with the Green Belts and Black Belts on Six Sigma projects.
The Certificate in Six Sigma Yellow Belt consists of three required courses totaling 24 hours of lecture and discussion. A Certificate in Six Sigma Yellow Belt and 2.4 Continuing Education Units will be awarded to those completing the program.
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It is recommended that participants who reside outside of United States and whose first language is not English must possess English language proficiency equivalent to a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper), 80 (iBT) or IELTS score of 6.5.
It is the participant’s responsibility to demonstrate English language proficiency necessary to fully participate in the class lectures and discussions.
Graduates of the certificate program will be able to:
- Understand and discuss the Six Sigma terminology and key concepts
- Identify the phases of the DMAIC methodology
- Develop a process map
- Understand the inputs and outputs of a process
- Define a plan to apply Six Sigma in their daily workplace activities
- Relate Six Sigma concepts to overall business mission and objectives
- Work with Green Belt and Black Belt practitioners
- Vice presidents
- Department directors
- Individuals working in a Six Sigma environment
- Six Sigma project managers
It is recommended that participants who reside outside of United States and whose first language is not English possess English language proficiency equivalent to:
A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper) or 80 (iBT) or a minimum IELTS score of 6.5
There is no need to send the test score to the University. It is the participant's responsibility to demonstrate English language proficiency necessary to fully participate in the class lectures and discussions.