• Lean Six Sigma -“Math-Light” - Yellow Belt

    A Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is typically a supervisor, or team member who contributes process-specific subject matter expertise in order to improve the impact and success of the process improvement project.

    Course Overview:
    Students in this "math -light" qualitative class will learn the thought process that supports the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) process and tools as well as Lean fundamentals from a Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt instructor.  This fun and interactive course will provide students with education to learn how to utilize the DMAIC process to:

    • Identify Opportunities for Improvement
    • Determine Internal and External Customer and Stakeholders
    • Measure the impact of changes
    • Brainstorm Improvement Opportunities
    • Implementation of Solutions
    • Ensure Continues Success of Improvements


    Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt
    Any business today requires continuous improvement in order to stay ahead of the competition.  Streamlined processes are critical to enable maximization of resources and efficient processes.  Process Improvement relies upon methodologies and tools to ensure that customer requirements are being met leading to successful businesses.

    Students at the completion of the course and passing of final exam, will earn the designation of Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt!

    Course Number: XHZ-109-5101
    Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00PM to 9:00PM, March 12, 2019 to March 28, 2019
    Instructor: Heidi Brennan
    Location: CCAC North Campus
    Investment: $995
    Registration:  Visit the on-line store to REGISTER, or Call-in Registration: 412-788-7537