Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training

BTI’s Lean Six Sigma White Belt training is designed for systems, software, and hardware engineers, program managers, and process improvement and quality assurance personnel who want to introduce the concepts of using Lean Six Sigma to solve challenges and help their organizations improve.  The course is focused on surveying the technical and people skills needed for Lean Six Sigma project success.

BTI’s Lean Six Sigma White Belt training is taught as a one-day classroom or online instructor-led course.

The course is offered both online and in-person classroom training.  In addition to 8 hours of instruction. Although not required, students may bring information on their current project to class to consult with the instructors.

The course includes discussion of applying Lean Six Sigma in organizations using systems, software, and hardware engineering to develop, upgrade, and maintain technology-based products, and services.

BTI supplies all instructional slides, books, student materials, and exercises for the course, including:

  • The Quality Council of Indiana’s Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Primer
  • A course completion certificate for each student
  • Breakfast and lunch (classroom offerings only)
  • 8 PDUs!
  • LSS quick-reference card
  • Practice ASQ yellow belt exam


Price Per Student Additional Information
Virtual (online) instruction $525.00 None
Classroom instruction $600.00 None
Onsite at your location classroom instruction $525.00
  • The hosting organization must provide classroom—please contact us to discuss!
  • Breakfast and lunch not provided.
  • Depending on location, may require instructor travel to your location.

Topics Covered Include:

  • Overview

    • Six Sigma Principles
    • Lean Principles
    • Lean and Six Sigma Vocabulary
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Quality Tools
    • DMAIC Process
    • Pareto Charts
    • Cause & Effect Diagrams
    • Flow Charts
    • Run Charts
    • Check Sheets
    • Scatter Diagrams
    • Histograms
    • Six Sigma Metrics
    • COPQ
  • DMAIC: Define

    • Project Identification & Selection
    • Voice of Customer
    • Stakeholder Analysis
    • Process Inputs and Outputs
    • Project Management Basics
    • Project Charter
    • Communication Plan
    • Project Planning
    • Project Management Tools
    • Phase Reviews
  • DMAIC: Measure

    • Basic Statistics
    • Data Collection
    • Data Collection Plans
    • Qualitative & Quantitative Data
    • Data Collection Techniques
    • Measurement System Analysis
    • MSA Terms
    • GAGE R & R
  • DMAIC: Analyze

    • Process Analysis Tools
    • 5S
    • Standard Work
    • FMEA
    • FMEA Types
    • Root Cause Analysis
    • 5 Why´s
    • Process Mapping
    • Force Field Analysis
    • Matrix Charts
    • Data Analysis
    • Basic Distributions
      • Binomial
      • Normal
    • Common & Special Cause Variation
    • Correlation & Regression
    • Hypothesis Testing
  • DMAIC: Improve & Control Phases

    • Improvement Techniques
      • Kaizen / Kaizen Blitz
      • PDCA
      • PDSA
    • Cost-Benefit Analysis
    • Control Tools & Documentation
    • Control Plan
    • Lean Control Tools
    • Control Charts
    • Document Control

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