- Study format:
- Inhouse Program
- Certificate of Attendance
- German or English
Work on your first improvement projects using the Six Sigma philosophy, deepen your basic statistical knowledge and learn how to apply problem-solving methods by means of a case study.
▶ Tools and methods to implement the DMAIC cycle
▶ Process visualization
▶ Practical planning games and case studies
▶ Group work & interactive learning space
Group of Participants
You are an engineer, computer scientist or specialist from the fields of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, manufacturing, production or civil engineering.
The widespread quality management concept Six Sigma provides a framework for systematic planning and effective implementation of sustainable improvement projects along structured project management lines. It helps organizations to pursue a disciplined and data-driven approach and provides them with a method for error reduction. The Six Sigma Yellow Belt is the first step in Six Sigma training: Participants become experts for process optimization and waste reduction using statistical and analytical methods.
Within two days of attendance, the basic ideas and methods of the Six Sigma philosophy are conveyed. In an end-to-end practical example, problems are solved using a systematic approach.
Further information regarding the seminar "Six Sigma Yellow Belt"
On the first day of the course the following topics will be taught:
On the second day of the course the following topics will be taught:
Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen
Prof. Robert Schmitt
qualifizierte Six Sigma Experten der RWTH Aachen
Exemplary module plan (subject to change)