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Lean Yellow Belt training for internal leaders and practitioners

Lean isn't just about trimming excess; it's about sculpting efficiency. It's the systematic approach to eliminating waste and fine-tuning processes, sparking innovation across industries.

In Lean Yellow Belt training, we delve into the core principles of Lean with practicality at its forefront. Through hands-on exercises and real-world case studies, you'll learn to identify inefficiencies and implement sustainable solutions.

From defining project scopes to executing control plans, each phase of the Lean approach becomes a strategic tool in your arsenal. You’ll walk away not just with knowledge but with actionable skills to drive change within your organization.

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Program details

Training date and location

17-19 September 2024 in Fort St John, location to be announced soon

Course duration

This course runs across three days, requiring approximately eight (8) hours per day.

Number of participants

We aim for a minimum of 10 participants and a maximum of 20 participants per session to ensure personalized learning and interaction.


Tuition fees: $3,000 per participant

Who should take this course?

This course caters to business leaders at all levels, including members of the management team, frontline supervisors, and aspiring internal Lean Leaders. It’s designed for individuals actively engaged in driving process enhancements and leading organizational transformation efforts.

Participant evaluation

Participants will undergo evaluation through an open-book examination, with a passing grade set at 70 percent. Participants will be awarded the Lean Yellow Belt training certificate upon completing the examination.

Course overview

Below is an outline of the material that is covered in our Lean Yellow Belt training:

Overview of Lean

A definition of Lean, its history, and potential benefits.

5 Principles of Lean

The core principles of lean, the associated tools, and how they can be applied to your business or industry.

Process Stability

The core elements of process stability, which form the foundation for continuous improvement.

Value Stream Mapping (VSM) event

The basics of how to plan and execute a Value Stream Mapping event.

Sustaining Improvements

Guidance on how to effectively implement and sustain identified improvements.


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Key participant takeaways

By the end of our program, participants will not only understand Lean principles but will have the practical skills to apply them effectively:

  • Understand Lean principles and their practical application.
  • Master Value Stream Mapping (VSM) as a tool for waste identification and elimination.
  • Excel in organizing Kaizen events for rapid improvement.
  • Foster Lean culture and continuous improvement mindset.
  • Develop practical problem-solving skills with Lean methodologies.
  • Learn basic data analysis for informed decision-making.
  • Gain leadership insights for driving Lean initiatives.
  • Ensure sustainability of Lean practices for continuous progress.

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Course Trainers

Steven Williams

Senior Manager, Consulting - Performance Improvement & Operational Excellence

Mallika Madhok

Consultant, Consulting - Performance Improvement & Operational Excellence