QUALITY CONTROLLER PROFESSIONAL (QCP)
Training typically features discussions about the costs associated with producing poor quality products. Tips and resources provided by training programs help participants manage customer satisfaction effectively. In addition, training program materials define the meaning of quality concepts. For example, students learn that the term quality control refers to the observation techniques and activities required to ensure acceptable products and services. This training program covers Quality Requirements and Standards, Orientation of work Flow, Clock Wise Inspections Defects Identification and Classification, Causes of Rejection Seven basic Quality Tools, Root Cause Analysis, Corrective and Preventive Measures. Percentage.
- Build Quality Culture and orientation to grass root level.
- Increase productivity and individual performance.
- Career progression path for various roles.
- Attrition control & retention.
- Provides focus in training spend.
- Reduced Defective Cost.
- Provides a benchmark for hiring and promoting individuals.
Body of Knowledge
- Quality Requirements and Standards.
- Orientation of work Flow.
- Clock Wise Inspections.
- Defects Identification and Classification.
- Causes of Rejection.
- Seven basic Quality Tools.
- Root Cause Analysis.
- Corrective and Preventive Measures.
- How to Measures.
- Conversion Charts.
- AQL Chart and Levels.
- DHU and DR Percentages.