Business Improvement Techniques (Yellow Belt)

Coaching For Change
In Manchester (England)
2 opinions

£ 385 - (Rs 32,407)

Important information

  • Workshop
  • Inhouse
  • Manchester (England)
  • Duration:
    2 Days
  • When:

Do you want to improve your business managament? The Institute of Leadershipand Management will provide you with the leadership and management training that you need in order to learn the lean six sigma tools, which will improve your business administration.

Important information
Is this course for me?

Continuous Improvement and Business Development Leaders.

Sponsors and Champions who are accountable for cost savings and improvements.


Where and when

Starts Location
3 Canal Street, M1 3HE, Greater Manchester, England
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What I would highlight On behalf of Nasser Bin Khalid, I would like to thank you for the fantabulous lean six sigma yellow belt program

What could be improved Everything good.

Course taken: May 2015 | Would you recommend this centre?
What I would highlight Interesting and very knowledgeable kaizen workshop, enthusiastic and intelligent coach.

What could be improved Nothing negative.

Course taken: February 2015 | Would you recommend this centre?

What you'll learn on the course

Business Strategy
Business Analysis
Business Development
Strategic Management
Six Sigma
Strategic Planning
Business Plan
Stategy Management
Strategy Development
Lean Management
Sigma Certification
Business Improvement Techniques
Lean Six Sigma
Yellow Belt

Course programme

Course review

This 2 day course is endorsed by the Institute of Leadership and Management. The ILM is the UK’s leading provider of leadership, coaching and management qualifications and training. The course is designed to give individuals an insight into lean six sigma, process improvement tools. You will understand the role of a "Yellow Belt" in a project team led by a "Green Belt".

At the end of the training individuals will understand how they can support improvement projects, become more competitive and deliver bottom line savings. One client has trained 56 Managers and Directors investing £20k in this training and realised potential returns of £214k.

What's the format of the course?

There is a mixture of course instructor explaining the topics and sharing real life experiences, providing delegates with an understanding of the theory behind lean thinking and where it fits within their organisation.   The course instructor facilitates discussion around behaviours and change, introducing key tools, techniques and philosophies.   There are activity based practical simulations and team challenges to embed the learning   There is an open book test at the end of the second day (40% pass mark) for those that have opted ILM Certification.

You will:
  1. Gain an understanding of how Lean and Six Sigma fit together and be able to articulate this with co-workers.
  2. Understand the 7 wastes and the impact on performance by focusing on them.
  3. Understand the DMAIC approach and the need for a data driven approach to problem solving to ensure problems dont come back.
  4. Have an awareness of the 7 quality tools, when and how to use them.
  5. Understand the difference between containment and countermeasure and some lean tools that can be used to expose and address abnormalities.
  6. Be in a position to challenge waste in your business.
  7. Understand the principle of VOC (voice of the customer) and links to CTQ (critical to quality measures).
  8. Have the tools to tackle a problem in a systematic way.
  9. Understand leadership roles needed in the pursuit of a continuous improvement culture.

Additional information

The first option covers attendance on the course, materials, A3 handouts and lunch - 385 pounds The second option covers all of the above + open exam, Institute membership and Certificate (sent by the Institute within 6 weeks of course end date) - 580 pounds