Yellow Belt Six Sigma Training South Africa
Online Yellow Belt Training
This is the full, completely online Yellow Belt course offering the student an overall insight into the techniques of Six Sigma, its metrics, and basic improvement methodologies. A Yellow Belt participates as a core team member or subject matter expert (SME) on a project or projects. Six Sigma Yellow Belt training provides an introduction to process management and the basic tools of Six Sigma. Six Sigma course advisors are able to answer any questions you may have, and can supply additional information about our training programs. They are contactable on International number +27(0)21 418 4874.
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Online 90 DAYS
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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Online Features
Access to the training manual in electronic format with the ability to print a copy for your own use.
Ability to upgrade at a later date to the Green and then Black Belt online programs.
Once we process your payment we will provide you with your personal online training account.
Online Program Includes
90 days of access to online program and materials
Digital Manual for the program with the ability to print 1 copy for personal use (requires use of the security program)
Online Quizzes after every module
Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training Certification upon completion of Online Training
Online Program Requirements
A computer with online access to the internet with a browser
Sound Card and Speakers
Display Settings of at least 1024 X 768 Screen Size
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Secure PDF Viewer from LockLizard (provided free)
Access to Microsoft Office 2000 or newer or equivalent
For the Yellow Belt program no statistical software application is required.
You are not to provide your login information to other users. Your online account is for your personal use.
Please note there are no refunds once the program has been started .
Online Course Syllabus
Six Sigma Overview
Six Sigma Define Phase
Six Sigma Project Deployment
Cause and Effect