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 Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) Course
 
Duration    :       1 day
Time         :       09.00 - 16.00
 
Content:   
 
    * FMEA concepts
    * Creating an FMEA
    * Using the FMEA
    * Strategic application of FMEA
    * Reviewing FMEA’s
    * Developing its application
    * FMEA’s within ISO/TS 16949:2002
    * Empowering personnel
    * Focusing the sub conscious
    * The core preventative tool
    * Exploring business benefits
 
 
This 1-day course covers the application of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) within the context of ISO/TS 16949:2002
 
Introduction
 
FMEA is an analytical tool used to investigate potential failure modes of designs and processes. There is also a variation that includes the criticality of the item under consideration to assist in focusing attention on the significance of any potential failure. Through the use and application of the FMEA businesses can:
 
    * Develop an in-depth understanding of business activities
    * Reduce the risks when introducing products and services
    * Investigate internal and external concerns.
    * Drive continual improvement
 
Who Should Attend
 
As the FMEA is an integral part of APQP and a core tool within “Continual Improvement” activity this course will benefit:
 
    * Senior managers with strategic responsibility for sales, design, technical, production and quality.
    * Senior and line management who are responsible for creating and or implementing ISO/TS 16949:2002 requirements.
 
Course Objectives
 
The main aims of the course are to enable delegates to understand:
 
    * How FMEA techniques benefit an organization
    * Where the application of FMEA links to Product Realization / APQP
    * Why a multi disciplined team approach works
 
What Are The Benefits?
 
This course is of particular benefit to anyone considering introducing FMEA as an improvement technique. Following the course delegates will have a greater appreciation regarding the implications and practical aspects of its use. It is of particular benefit to quality practitioners from the automotive sector, where effective use of FMEA is quite often a contractual or customer requirement
 
Style of Delivery and Course Leaders
 
Our course leaders have extensive experience in Quality Management across a wide range of sectors including manufacturing, service and professional organizations including Local, National and International Government. This wide experience enables them to make the course more interesting by using their relevant examples and case studies during workshop discussions.
 
 
Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) Course
 
Duration    :       1 day
Time         :       09.00 - 16.00
 
Content:   
 
    * Sources of Error in measurement systems
    * Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility
    * Attribute Measurement System Analysis
    * Variable Measurement System Analysis
    * Measurement System Improvements
 
 
This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the principles of MSA and the methodologies for performing measurement systems studies. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to perform an R&R study and be able to interpret the results in the context of the process variation and product acceptance criteria.
 
MSA is one of the core tools of ISO/TS 16949:2002, where it is required to be used within the Product Realization process and is also a key element of Measure step Six Sigma to establish the reliability of the process measurement system.
 
Who Should Attend
 
This course is suitable for quality professionals, six sigma change agents, lean practitioners and support staff who require a basic understanding of Measurement system evaluation techniques and the potential benefits (supported by examples) of understanding measurement system limitations.
 
    * The course is highly practical and avoids the requirement for a detailed knowledge of statistics
    * Managers, Team leaders, Engineers and technicians with responsibility for design, engineering, production and quality
    * Senior and line management who are responsible for creating and/or implementing ISO/TS 16949:2002 requirements.
 
Style of Delivery and Course Leaders
 
Our course leaders are business improvement specialists, qualified professionals and experienced six sigma master black belts. They have extensive knowledge across a wide range of business sectors including manufacturing, finance, pharmaceuticals, local and national government. They have all cut their teeth as successful change agents within high profile organizations, and fully understand the range of technical, legislative and people challenges that face those with a responsibility for delivering real quality improvements.
 
 
Statistical Process Control (SPC) Course
 
Duration    :       1 day
Time         :       09.00 - 16.00
 
Content:   
 
    * Understanding Process Variation
    * Data Collection & Sampling
    * Displaying & Interpreting Data
    * Control Chart Basics
    * Process Stability & Control
    * I-MR Charts
    * Process Capability
 
This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the principles of Statistical Process Control (SPC) and the tools and techniques. SPC does not refer to a particular technique, algorithm or procedure
 
SPC is an optimization philosophy concerned with continuous process improvement, using a collection of (statistical) tools for data and process analysis making inferences about process behavior. SPC is a key component of Total Quality initiatives and ultimately SPC seeks to maximize profit by improving product quality, improving productivity, streamlining process, reducing wastage and reducing variation.
 
SPC is considered one of the core tools of ISO/TS 16949:2002, and is generally required to be used within the Product Realization process and it is also a key element of the Control step within Six Sigma.
 
Who Should Attend
 
This course is suitable for quality professionals, six sigma change agents, lean practitioners and support staff who require a basic understanding of Statistical Process Control tools and techniques and the potential benefits (supported by examples) of understanding process behavior.
 
    * The course is highly practical and avoids the requirement for a detailed knowledge of statistics
    * Managers, Team leaders, Engineers and technicians with responsibility for design, engineering, production and quality
    * Senior and line management who are responsible for creating and/or implementing ISO/TS 16949:2002 requirements
 
Style of Delivery and Course Leaders
 
Our course leaders are business improvement specialists, qualified professionals and experienced six sigma master black belts. They have extensive knowledge across a wide range of business sectors including manufacturing, finance, pharmaceuticals, local and national government. They have all cut their teeth as successful change agents within high profile organizations, and fully understand the range of technical, legislative and people challenges that face those with a responsibility for delivering real quality improvements.
 
 
Product Realization (APQP) Course
 
Duration    :       1 day
Time         :       09:00 - 16:00
 
Content:   
 
    * APQP requirements
    * APQP within ISO/TS 16949:2002
    * Reasonable expectation of each activity
    * Benefits of ISO/TS 16949:2002
    * How failure occurs
    * When it goes wrong
    * Where it goes wrong
    * Zero defects by design
    * An auditors perspective
    * Top management requirements
 
 
This one-day course covers the needs & expectations of Advanced Product Quality Planning / Product Realization within the customer contractual requirements of ISO/TS 16949:2002.
 
Course Objectives
 
The course has been structured to give managers a strategic understanding of the overall requirements of APQP principles required within ISO/TS 16949:2002. It will enable delegates to understand how the customer’s requirement for “Zero defect” within all aspects of design, manufacture and delivery can be achieved
 
Style of Delivery and Course Leaders
 
Our course leaders have extensive experience in Quality Management across a wide range of sectors including manufacturing, service and professional organizations including Local, National and International Government. This wide experience enables them to make the course more interesting by using their relevant examples and case studies during workshop discussions.
 
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