Six Sigma Yellow Belt – Improve and Control (2.5 Hours)
A key part of Lean process improvement involves the process control phase, which aims to ensure that agreed actions for the new process design are being carried out correctly and consistently. Learners explore common Lean Six Sigma control tools used in business process improvement projects, such as control plans. Additionally, course participants learn about control charts, how they are developed, and how they are used to monitor process performance. The course addresses the importance of documentation in maintaining process control. This course aligns with ASQ’s 2015 Six Sigma Yellow Belt Body of Knowledge. Course participants learn about common Lean tools used to improve process design and facilitate process control, including kaizen, kaizen blitz, and the plan-do-check-act (PDCA) cycle. Finally, learners gain an understanding of how to carry out a cost-benefit analysis, an important tool used during the process improvement process.
Approval Number: 20-868120
Provider Number: 50-31808
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Methods and CE Requirements:
This online course consists of a combined total of 2 learning modules. Individuals are eligible to receive a total of 2.5 hours of continuing education by completing all modules within this course. Participants must complete the media-based video lectures, lesson tests and all required course components to claim continuing education credit.
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