Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Information Course Description

Course Overview

Lean Six Sigma is a change methodology, which aims to reduce waste in a process and provides a framework for overall organisational culture change. The first level is Yellow Belt followed by Green, Black and Master Black Belt. This training session is for Yellow Belt and aims to give you an awareness of Lean Six Sigma.

What can I expect to cover?
The workshop objectives are:
  • Understanding what Lean Six Sigma is and the theory
  • Learning about the tools and techniques and practically applying them such as understanding the customer, process mapping and measures
  • Knowing where to find further information and support for practical application in your work

You will receive a completion certificate from us after the session once you’ve had a chance to test out something you have learned.


Thursday, 9 January 2020 (9.30am - 4.30pm)

Who is it for?

This event is suitable for any staff member interested.

What prior experience do I need?

You do not need any prior knowledge or experience.


Claire King, Gretel Stonebridge (SAS: Strategic Planning & Performance)

Delegate places

Maximum 25 delegates
Minimum 15 delegates

Booking and contact

Please email the continuousimprv@leicester.ac.uk or telephone (0116) 252 5231 / 3773 with the date you wish to attend and include your full name, department and IT account details.

Please ensure this training has been approved by your Line Manager/Supervisor and you have permission to attend on the date specified.

Registration closes 48 hours prior to the event.

For Office Use Only

Course Code: SDCMA137

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Location, where are we?

Organisational Development,
Division of Human Resources,
University of Leicester,
Room 004 (ground floor),
Astley Clarke Building,
University Road,
Leicester, LE1 7RH






(0)116 252 5021