Probably each Quality Specialist will tell you that the preventive quality assurance approach is the only one that is right. Yes, but… Even if the theory says so, in real life project and quality teams deal with organizational limits in preventive approach (e.g. an expensive poka-yoke) or technical limits of the production. Implementation of preventive and reactive quality tools into processes is good, but without their connection and simultaneous application the expected results won’t be achieved.
Your needs are:
- Understand the principles of Quality Assurance in the automotive industry
- Distinguish preventive and reactive quality approach
- Understand the meaning and application of selected quality tools
- Apply the right quality tool, at the right time based on the situation
- Use preventive and reactive quality tools in combination (e.g. FMEA – Control Plan, Lessons Learned – Problem solving tools, …)
- Correctly manager the quality related documentation
- Continuously decrease the cost on non-quality
- Project Quality
- Serial Quality
- Project Managers
- Quality Assurance in the automotive industry – what does it really mean?
- Prevention vs. reaction – different approach to quality assurance
- Practical problems of preventive Quality Assurance
- Overview of preventive quality tools, their development and use
- Revers PFMEA
- SPC, regulation charts
- Lessons Learned, …
- Overview of reactive quality tools, their development and use
- Control Plan
- Problem solving methods, …
- Connection of preventive and reactive quality assurance tool
Duration: 2 days.
Open courses in 2016 in Slovak/Czech language and English
In-house module: 950 EUR/day + travel cost for a group up to 10 participants.
Module in Bratislava: 250 EUR/day/participant.
In case of 2 or more participants from the same plant we offer 10% discount on the second and all other participants.. Refreshment and lunch are included in the training price.