Accredited CSSC Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt (exam included with retake) – 6 Months Access

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Key Points

  • Provided by a CSSC Accredited Training Organisation (ATO): Hudson
  • Exam fee included to sit the official CSSC exam and gain your certification from the Council for Six Sigma Certification (CSSC)
  • Exam retake in the event you fail the exam on the first attempt
  • We give you 12-months to use your exam retake after you fail the first time
  • Official exam can be sat at home or in the office
  • Upon successful completion of the final exam, you will receive a certification from the CSSC confirming you are fully lean six sigma yellow belt certified
  • 6 months access to course material
  • Certification has no expiration date – renewal is not required in the future
  • No prerequisites or project requirements to take the course
  • All certifications contain a verifiable certification number that can be validated by employers on the CSSC official register

Core Content

  • Video based course material: Fully narrated by the tutor, this includes hundreds of illustrations, graphics, charts, diagrams, and added animations to illustrate learning concepts.
  • Official CSSC lean six sigma yellow belt certification training manual

Assessments

  • Video based course material: Fully narrated by the tutor, this includes hundreds of illustrations, graphics, charts, diagrams, and added animations to illustrate learning concepts.
  • Interactive quizzes: Test your knowledge after each DMAIC phase with this multiple choice set of quizzes.
  • CSSC Exam: The exam fee is covered in the course price.
  • Exam insurance included: Fail the first attempt, get another resit within 12-months of failing.

Course Duration

  • Total duration: 88 hours

Exam retake
 
If you don’t feel you have an aptitude for exams, we give you the opportunity to retake the six sigma yellow belt exam in the event you fail on your first attempt. The exam retake must be taken within 12 months of the date you fail the exam the first time.
 
What is six sigma?
 
Six sigma is a set of techniques and tools for process improvement. It was introduced by engineer Bill Smith while working at Motorola in 1986. Jack Welch made it central to his business strategy at General Electric in 1995. Today it is used in many industrial sectors.
 
Six sigma seeks to improve the quality of the output of a process by identifying and removing the causes of defects and minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes. It uses a set of quality management methods, mainly empirical, statistical methods, and creates a special infrastructure of people within the organization, who are experts in these methods. Each six sigma project carried out within an organization follows a defined sequence of steps and has specific value targets, for example: reduce process cycle time, reduce pollution, reduce costs, increase customer satisfaction, and increase profits.
 
The term six sigma originated from terminology associated with statistical modelling of manufacturing processes. The maturity of a manufacturing process can be described by a sigma rating indicating its yield or the percentage of defect-free products it creates. A six sigma process is one in which 99.99966% of all opportunities to produce some feature of a part are statistically expected to be free of defects (3.4 defective features per million opportunities). Motorola set a goal of “six sigma” for all of its manufacturing operations, and this goal became a by-word for the management and engineering practices used to achieve it.
 
Who is this course aimed at?
 
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is most beneficial for organizations that encourage employees to ensure efficiency in all business/industry processes. This certification is a good fit if you’re part of a six sigma team working to improve a business.
 
Course Syllabus
 
Hudson Intro

  • Hudson Intro

Welcome and Instructions on Using this Course

  • Welcome and; Instructions on Using this Course
  • A Note on Accessing the Quizzes

Lean Six Sigma yellow Belt: INTRODUCTION

  • INTRODUCTION

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt: DEFINE PHASE

  • 1.00 DEFINE – Course Structure
  • 1.01 DEFINE – Introduction to six sigma
  • 1.02 DEFINE – Steps & Tools
  • 1.03 DEFINE – The Cost of Poor Quality
  • 1.04 DEFINE – Six Sigma Metrics
  • 1.05 DEFINE – Lean
  • 1.06 DEFINE – Project Charter
  • 1.07 DEFINE – Phase Summary
  • 1.08 DEFINE – Case Study: Building a Business Case
  • 1.10 DEFINE – Case Study: Pareto Chart Applications
  • 1.11 DEFINE – Knowledge Check 1 (4 tasks)
  • 1.13 DEFINE – Knowledge Check 2 (4 tasks)
  • 1.12 DEFINE – Knowledge Check 3 (1 task)
  • 1.14 DEFINE – Knowledge Check 4 (1 task)
  • 1.15 DEFINE – Quiz

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt: MEASURE PHASE

  • 2.00 MEASURE – Course Structure
  • 2.01 MEASURE – Process Mapping Overview
  • 2.02 MEASURE – Types of Process Map
  • 2.03 MEASURE – Inputs to the Process
  • 2.04 MEASURE – Cause & Effect Diagrams
  • 2.05 MEASURE – X-Y Matrix
  • 2.06 MEASURE – FMEA
  • 2.07 MEASURE – Basic Statistics – Part 1
  • 2.08 MEASURE – Basic Statistics – Part 2
  • 2.09 MEASURE – Graphs
  • 2.10 MEASURE – Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) Overview
  • 2.11 MEASURE – Measurement Systems Analysis – Continuous Data
  • 2.12 MEASURE – Measurement Systems Analysis – Quantitative Data
  • 2.13 MEASURE – Stability
  • 2.14 MEASURE – Capability Analysis
  • 2.14 (a) MEASURE – Calculating Capability Statistics (by Tamela Serensits – Master of Applied Statistics M.A.S)
  • 2.15 MEASURE – Capability Analysis – Non-Normal Data
  • 2.16 MEASURE – Phase Summary
  • 2.17 MEASURE – Case Study: Measurement System Analysis
  • 2.18 MEASURE – Knowledge Check 1 (4 tasks)
  • 2.20 MEASURE – Knowledge Check 2 (4 tasks)
  • 2.19 MEASURE – Knowledge Check 3 (1 task)
  • 2.21 MEASURE – Knowledge Check 4 (1 task)
  • 2.22 MEASURE – Quiz

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt: CONTROL PHASE

  • 5.00 CONTROL – Course Structure and Overview
  • 5.01 CONTROL – Final Capability, Lean Controls
  • 5.02 CONTROL – Control Plans
  • 5.03 CONTROL – Center Line & Control Limit Calculation, Control Plans
  • 5.04 CONTROL – Phase Summary
  • 5.05 CONTROL – Case Study: The Control Plan
  • 5.06 CONTROL – Knowledge Check 1 (4 tasks)
  • 5.08 CONTROL – Knowledge Check 2 (4 tasks)
  • 5.07 CONTROL – Knowledge Check 3 (1 task)
  • 5.09 CONTROL – Knowledge Check 4 (1 task)
  • 5.10 CONTROL – Quiz

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt: CONCLUSION

  • CONCLUSION

About the exam
 
The official CSSC lean six sigma yellow belt certification exam consists of 50 questions. It is an open-book format examination, allowing students to access resources during the exam, such as the training manual provided in this course. All students have 1 hour to complete the exam. Students must achieve a score of 140 points (or higher) out of a total 200 possible points to pass the exam.
 
The exam consists of multiple-choice and true/false questions from the major sections of CSSC six sigma yellow belt “Body of Knowledge.” The official CSSC six sigma yellow belt certification exam can be taken either online, at home or in the office.
 
How will I take the exam?
 
The six sigma exam can be conducted online in the comfort of your own home or office. In order to sit the exam online, you must meet the following hardware and software requirements:

  • A computer with a keyboard and mouse
  • A quiet and calm location at your home or office
  • A web camera that you can rotate 360 degrees so you can be observed by a proctor (the observer)
  • An active reliable broadband/high-speed internet connection of at least 4Mbps

Can I continue to access my course after 6 months has lapsed?
 
Yes. Once 6 months has lapsed since you enrolled on the course, you will be automatically switched to a rolling monthly subscription at a cost of £19 per month. This will be debited from the payment card you used to enrol on the course the first time.
 
Exams must taken within 6 months from the time of enrolment. In the event you fail the exam, you have 12-months to sit your free retake.
 
If you do not wish to continue to access your six sigma course account after 6 months, you can cancel the auto-renew feature at any time by emailing support@hudsoncourses.com.
 
Further Questions?
 
If you have any questions about this course, the certification, online exam, or anything else, please drop us an email at support@hudsoncourses.com

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