Lean Six Sigma:
Yellow Belt Certification Course

Lean Six Sigma is a widely-used methodical approach to improve business performance by reducing waste and increasing efficiency. With today’s companies facing continually rising costs and increasing competition, Lean Six Sigma certified professionals have become increasingly desirable in Operations/ Supply Chain Management roles.

This is the first of the three-part USC Marshall Lean Six Sigma Certification Program, with the higher-level Green Belt and Black Belt certification courses to be also offered at later dates. Yellow Belt certification is not a requirement for the Green Belt course, but is highly encouraged as it gives an essential overview of Lean Six Sigma concepts. 

Course Overview

This Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt course, taught by Master Black Belt (MBB) Michael Vestino, develops the critical skills required to serve on successful and collaborative project teams. Based on the industry standard “body of knowledge,” learn the roadmap known as Define, Measure, Analyze, Identify and Control (DMAIC) for a thorough understanding of Yellow Belt concepts.

You will receive a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification upon completion of this course.

Refreshments will be provided.

Date: April 30, 2016

Taught By: Michael Vestino, Master Black Belt (MBB), Vice President of Support Services at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center.

Please contact Arkar Kyaw, Program Coordinator arkar.kyaw.2017@marshall.usc.edu for any questions regarding the course.