Yellow Belt Training (24 hours)
Learn to be a team lead. Yellow Belt Training covers everything you need to know to lead a Lean project. This training is ideal for employees who have participated on a Lean project but haven't led one yet. After completing the course, employees must lead a project to receive full certification. For information about what tools are taught in this course, click here.
This training is currently offered monthly for state employees and is free to attend. Classes are held every other week over a period of 6 weeks for a total of 24 hours of training. To view exact dates and enroll in the course, search for "Yellow Belt" on the STAR ELM system.
Prerequisites: Watch the "Introduction to Lean" and "Lean 101" videos on STAR ELM and talk with your supervisor about leading a Lean project.
For a detailed overview of Yellow Belt certification requirements, please click here.
White Belt Training (4 hours)
Learn to be a team member. White Belt Training explains what you need to know to participate on a Lean project and is ideal for employees who have not been exposed to Lean before. During the training, participants learn and apply the most common Lean tools. For information about what tools are taught in this course, click here.
This training is currently offered every other month for state employees and is free to attend. To view exact dates and enroll in the course, search for "White Belt" on the STAR ELM system.
Enrolling in the training
To sign up for our instructor-led courses, you'll need to use the STAR ELM system. You can access this system using the same information you enter to report your time in STAR. For detailed instructions about how to sign up for the course, please click here.
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