Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt
July 13 – 14, 2021
9:00 – 4:30 both days
4201 Dominion Boulevard
Glen Allen, Virginia 23060
2-day workshop with Yellow Belt certification in continuous improvement
Who Should Attend?
This program is beneficial to all employees, especially those dealing with and/or managing processes.
Six Sigma is an improvement methodology which uses the following phases to make changes to any process:
This is also referred to as the DMAIC method. Using the DMAIC method provides the tools to measure the capability of any process to perform defect-free work with a failure rate of 3.4 parts per million or 99.9997%.
This methodology uses proven strategies and tools to improve virtually any process. The goal is improved process performance and increased customer satisfaction through variability and defect reduction, resulting in consistently producing high quality services, products or processes.
A Six Sigma certification is designed to prove your proficiency in understanding the fundamentals of this process-improvement technique. Certification includes all learning material.
In the world of business, staying ahead of the norm means always learning and improving your knowledge and skills. This certification is an important benchmark that employers around the world use to gauge the quality of a candidate. Most businesses are looking for the very best talent, striving to secure the best positions and job security. Make sure that your work rises to the top and that your organization benefits from your knowledge and expanded skills by becoming a Six Sigma practitioner.
CPE: 15.6 credits
Dr. Samuel G. Bruce, Jr. B.S., MPCA, Director of the Center for Career Management at the University of Richmond and owner of Sapient Business Solutions.
- VMDAEC Members: $950
- Non-members: $1,100
- Co-ops/companies will be billed based on the figures in hand on July 8th.
For a list of hotels near the Glen Allen office, with special rates for VMDAEC cooperatives and guests, click here.