Quality Management Courses

Quality Management Courses

Guide to Process Improvement and Change

This course is designed to provide candidates with the basics of process improvement. Quality techniques associated with process definition, measure, analysis, improvement and control. This course is ideal for anyone responsible for helping define projects within an organization.

Who should attend: Quality technicians, supervisors and managers, Plant managers, Directors and managers of engineering, Vice presidents or managers of customer service, Operations managers, Vice presidents of manufacturing, CFOs, Presidents, CEOs

Course duration: 40 hours

Leading Kaizen Events

Leading Lean Kaizen Events workshop gives you all the skills and tools you need for making rapid improvements many times over in different parts of your organization; the course prepares participants to become
Lean Kaizen leaders across a spectrum of circumstances and types of processes (service, manufacturing, transactional).

Who should attend: Lean or six sigma practitioners, Quality supervisors and managers, Plant managers, Directors and managers of engineering

Course duration: 40 hours

High-Level Process Maps

In this workshop students are introduced to high-level process maps, specifically Macro Maps and SIPOC Diagrams. Coverage includes the purpose of each map, the steps necessary to create each map, and a
demonstration of how to apply each map.

Who should attend: Quality technicians, supervisors and managers

Course duration: 20 hours

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training

This 2-week Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training course teaches and prepares individuals to implement the principles, practices, and techniques of Six Sigma. The course enables the individual to apply
the knowledge and skills learned to accomplish breakthrough business improvements for their organizations.

This course of study and application is a must-have for those who want to lead teams and improve processes in their immediate work areas via the disciplined roadmap of DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control).

Who should attend: Quality technicians, supervisors and managers, Plant managers, Directors and managers of engineering

Course duration: 80 hours

Introduction to Lean

This overview includes a discussion of the Lean Six Sigma and Lean methodologies. Real-world examples are used to explain the concepts in a way that is both simple and intuitive. Individuals and business managers often take this course as a first step to embarking on a Lean Six Sigma implementation.

This course enables you to identify and eliminate unnecessary activities that slow production and create waste (making the invisible visible). As a result, you increase production speed and operational agility—and reduce costs—by focusing more on activities that matter most to your customers.

Topics covered include 5S, Visual Controls, Takt Time, Process Balancing, Standardized Work, Flow, Pull, Kanbans and Little's Law.

Who should attend: Quality technicians, supervisors and managers, Plant managers, Directors and managers of engineering

Course duration: 40 hours

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