Qualica’s technical transfers sessions provide knowledge and skills in specific fields. They can be booked as single or multi-day sessions.
Quality Function Deployment
1 to 3 days
Requirements management methodology training - from the Voice of the Customer to concept selection. This training can be tailored to include: Voice of Customer / Kano Analysis / Affinity Diagram and CTQ Tree / Analytical Hierarchy Process (SAATY AHP) / Benchmarking and QFD House of Quality / Functional Analysis (FAST) / Morphological Box / TRIZ / Pugh Matrix.
Understand statistical tolerancing and its assumptions. Learn how to verfiy the prerequisties and how to check the validity of assumptions. Learn about alternative possibilities to set up tolerancing models, ranging from Root Sum of Squares calculations to Monte Carlo simulation.
Design of Experiments (DOE)
1 to 5 days
Design of Experiments (DOE) is a core tool in better understanding and optimizing complex systems and processes. By studying parameters together with their interactions scientists and engineers will develop an understanding of the system, allowing them to find optimal settings and define a stable process management system. Qualica DOE training is available from introductory to expert skill level, also covering approaches not normally instructed in Six Sigma training, such as DSD, d-Optimal-, Split Plot-, and Dual Response Surface Designs and Partial Least Squares analysis. Training is available in blocks ranging from 1 to 5 days.
Measurement System Analysis, Process Capability and SPC
Modern quality systems as required by IATF 16949 and other comparable standards require the implementation of numerous elements included in the Six Sigma approach. Qualica’s training on measurement system analysis, process capability and statistical process control provides a solid introduction to key statistical elements required to comply with IATF16949, AIAG PPAP or VDA Volume 2. The course covers the topics typically required in process management and approval in two days. On the third day goes into more detail on advanced control charts.
Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) and Sample Size
AQL has been used as a standard to determine inspection sample sizes for years. Nevertheless, statistical probabilities associated with inspection plans proposed by ISO 2859 and ISO 3951 are not always understood and misinterpreted. Qualica’s one-day training course will introduce you to the statistical concepts of AQL and able you to select the sampling plan meeting both customer and supplier expectations.
Looking for a training not listed here? Just contact us. Other trainings on operational excellence and design excellence are available.