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Lean Six Sigma is an improvement methodology that effectively combines the principles and practices of Lean and Six Sigma. Six Sigma methodology identifies and removes the basic causes of error in any business process. It aims at minimizing variability and eliminating marginal methods that are used in traditional contexts. Lean is a collection of tools and techniques that reduce wastage and minimise the time required to complete a production or service cycle. By combining the two ideas, organisations can improve quality, cut costs and increase speed dramatically.
Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belts can work as a team member in a Six Sigma Project Team. They are responsible for monitoring and evaluating work progress and process enhancements. They work to support, or under the supervision of a Six Sigma Green Belt or Black Belt. Six Sigma certified professionals work on continual quality improvement by analyzing and solving quality problems, and creating a high performance organization.
This course will give you a basic understanding of Lean Six Sigma and its focus on eliminating defects through process improvement and variation reduction. The course content efficiently covers all of the recognized Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt topics in a comprehensive manner. Thousands of companies across the world have discovered the far-reaching benefits of this methodology; with this certification you can gain valuable insights into the techniques, metrics and basic improvement methodologies.
There are no prerequisites for attending the course or to sit for the IASSC Certified Yellow Belt™ (ICYB™)
For more about this please visit the FAQ’s page http://www.iassc.org/faqs/
In order to achieve IASSC Certified Yellow Belt™ (ICYB™) from the International Association for Six Sigma Certification, candidates must sit for the IASSC Certified Yellow Belt™ (ICYB™) Exam and achieve a passing score.
The IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Exam™ is a 2 hours long closed book proctored exam, and all the 60 questions are in the multiple choice format. Certification fee is not included in the course fee. If, however, you are interested in giving the Certification Exam, please contact a KnowledgeHut representative to order a voucher for you at an additional cost.
The minimum passing score to gain the certification is 230 points out of a total 300 points.
The questions are based on the Yellow Belt Body of Knowledge which can be downloaded from this link: http://www.iassc.org/six-sigma-certification/yellow-belt-certification/yellow-belt-body-of-knowledge/
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The intense competition in the markets require organizations to ensure that their processes are optimized and are there is maximum gain with minimum wastage. Six Sigma is a meticulous, planned approach of interventions and problem resolution that helps identify such processes that are not performing as required and suggests improvements for the same. Six Sigma Yellow Belts are important members of the Six Sigma team as they assist in monitoring and evaluating work progress and process enhancements. The Six Sigma Yellow belt certification is a reflection of the holder’s grasp of the Six Sigma concepts and ability to apply the same for organizational benefit.
Yes, we do offer virtual training for Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt course. You will receive all the benefits of a classroom training with the added advantage of taking the course from the comforts of your own home.
You will get 8 PDUs on completion of this course.
Yes, all participants will receive a downloadable version of the courseware on enrolling for the workshop.
The Six Sigma Yellow Belt Exam is a 2 hour 60 question, closed book, proctored exam based on the IASSC Universally Accepted Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge for Yellow Belts. All exam questions are multiple choice or true/false.
Participants must achieve a minimum score of 230 points out of a total 300 points to get Six Sigma Yellow Belt certified.
Lean Six Sigma certifications are offered by the IASSC in partnership with PEOPLECERT.
This is the first level of the Lean Six Sigma Certification scheme, and more advanced levels include the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, and the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification.
There are no prerequisites required to sit for the IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Exam. For more about this please visit the FAQ's page
IASSC provides a Reference Document in either paper or electronic form, subject to which form of exam one is taking. This document contains all formulas and tables one will need during the examination. Scratch paper is included in this document and must be discarded or returned to the Proctor before the candidate leaves the Testing Center. If taking a paper based exam one may bring an arithmetic-only calculator into the Testing Center.
Results are sent within 2 business days upon receipt of the exam papers.
PDUs are credits awarded by the Project Management Institute . They recognize your dedication to implementing the Six Sigma processes and eliminating defects and improving overall process quality. PDUs are offered by the PMI®, and every PMI® certification, except the CAPM®, requires you to earn a specific number of PDUs per three-year certification cycle.
Yes, it can be. But undertaking the training will assure complete preparation for the exam and confidence to handle on the job challenges.
IASSC™ Examinations cannot be taken more than once within a 2-week period, and cannot be taken more than a total of three times with a 3-month period.
ATA application candidates are allowed only 1 retake attempt. ATA candidates that have failed both their original exam attempt and their retake can reapply for Accreditation 6 months after the original application submittal but not earlier. (Note that an Accredited Training Associate (ATA) is an instructor who delivers Lean Six Sigma training as a sole proprietor or as a contractor or an employee of an Accredited Training Organization or Accredited Deployment Program and meets the IASSC criteria to receive such designation.
The Six Sigma certifications are a process of continuous improvement. After achieving the Yellow Belt, you can try for the Green Belt and Black Belt certifications.
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