Improvement practitioner: An introduction to Lean six sigma Yellowbelt
Duration 2 x 2.5 hours
Team Getting in Shape Team

Who should attend:

The course is open to all University staff and Postgraduates.

Course Aim:

This course is designed to give participants a basic introduction to some of the improvement tools and methodologies of Lean six sigma thinking.  The interactive day uses a set of University scenarios to demonstrate how the application of Lean six sigma can achieve understanding, recognition and delivery of opportunities across any organised area.

Learning outcomes

Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Gain a basic knowledge of Lean six sigma methodology and the thinking that underpins it
  • Understand and practice a series of tools that generate sustainable improvement outcomes
  • Explore where tools and techniques can be applied in their own working environments to bring about sustainable improvements in their processes and ways of working

The course is a foundation for our ILM Endorsed Award course “Improving Performance and Results through Lean Management”. Please see the Getting in Shape SharePoint for more information on how to apply for the ILM Endorsed Award course:

For the online sessions, the course will be run as 2 half days - both sessions need to be attended to complete the course.
For the face to face session, the course will be run over 1 full day.

LocationStart DateAll DatesTimesPlaces AvailableBook
Online Course25 January 202225 January 20229:30am - 3:30pm4
Online Course15 February 202215, 17 February 20229:30am - 12:30pm0Add to Waiting List
Online Course08 March 202208, 10 March 20229:30am - 12:00pm0Add to Waiting List
TO BE CONFIRMED22 March 202222 March 20229:30am - 3:30pm8
Online Course26 April 202226, 28 April 20229:30am - 12:00pm20
TO BE CONFIRMED17 May 202217 May 20229:30am - 4:00pm20