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Prove basic understanding of Six Sigma process improvement methodologies with the Six Sigma Yellow Belt exam from IASSC. Intended specifically for analysts and engineers working as part of a process improvement team, the Yellow Belt exam is intended for students who have already completed the basic Yellow Belt Six Sigma training course and who have a basic understanding of the framework principles. The exam is best suited to:
In order to pass the examination candidates will need to have completed the preliminary Six Sigma study and be fully familiar with the principles outlined in the D-M-A phases of Yellow Belt framework.
The Six Sigma Yellow Belt exam consists of 60 questions set over the course of one-and-a-half hours by a dedicated invigilator. Students will have their knowledge of the basic Six Sigma process improvement methodologies tested to ensure that they fully understand the early stages of the process improvement lifecycle and how Six Sigma techniques are applied to build a continuous improvement program.
Candidates are tested on the contents of the ILSSBOK for Yellow Belts document, with 20 multiple choice questions on each of the three sections. In this way students sitting the exam will be tested on their understanding of the Six Sigma methodology at Yellow Belt level.
After successfully scoring at least 230 points out of the available 300, candidates will get instant confirmation of obtaining the professional designation of IASSC Certified Yellow Belt (ICYB). Armed with the IASSC Certified Yellow Belt certificate, students will:
Professionals achieving the ICYB designation will immediately open new employment prospects, from increased responsibility at work, to internal promotions to new opportunities in process improvement at other organisations. The IASSC Six Sigma Yellow Belt examination administered by us is the first step towards realising these new opportunities.