ASQ Chicago Training Institute – Spring 2016 Class Offerings 🗓 🗺

Spring 2016 Class Offerings

 scroll Training Credit:  Each Class Earns 3.0 RU’s

Recognition:  ASQ Chicago Section Certificate by Examination

Training Location:  Triton College, River Grove, IL. (Room assignments will be announced at sign-in)

Contact Information: Contact e-mail: tiregistration@asqchicago.org

Register On-Line:  http://asqchicago.org/training-institute/ti-registration/

Contact Number: 773-2370592

(4015) Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) Exam Review
Pre-requisite: Statistics and Management
Dates: Every Saturday from Mar 12 – May 14
Times: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Course Overview:

This 10-week course provides a review of the body of knowledge of the ASQ Certified Quality Engineer Examination as well as a review of the examination process.  This class is also used by some not quite ready for the exam to determine which areas to focus on.

Topics include:

·       Quality auditing

·       Inspection metrology

·       Statistics, probability

·       Control charts

·       Acceptance sampling

·       Reliability

·       Experimental design

·       Quality planning

·       Quality management

·       Quality costs

(4025/4075) Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) Exam Review
Pre-requisite:  
Dates: Every Saturday from Mar 12 – May 14
Times: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Course Overview:

This 10-week course is intended for individuals seeking Certification in Quality Auditing and for those who perform internal quality audits as well as a review of the examination process.  The course will also cover phases of an audit, evaluation, scheduling and staffing of the audit.

Topics include:

·       Body of knowledge of the exam

·       Establishing audit standards

·       Ethics

·       Protocol

·       Audit types

·       Role of quality system documentation.

 

(4037) Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) Exam Review
Pre-requisite:  
Dates: Every Saturday from Mar 12 – May 14
Times: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Course Overview:

This 10-week course provides a review of the topics forming the Body of Knowledge of ASQ Six Sigma Green Belt Certification as well as a review of the examination process.

Topics Include:

·       Organization goals

·       Lean principles

·       Process and Project Management basics

·       Process Analysis

·       Improvement and Control Techniques

(4004) Advanced Statistics
Pre-requisite: Statistics I and II or equiv.
Dates: Every Saturday from Mar 12 – May 14
Times: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Course Overview:

This 10-week course is designed to direct the student in excelling in the skills to become a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt.  This course is highly recommended for those preparing for the Certified Quality Engineer examination.  This class is an excellent foundation of Statistical knowledge which is a solid precursor to all of the higher statistics level classes.

Topics include:

·       Simple Linear Analysis / Residual Analysis ·       Multiple Regression Analysis
·       Hypothesis Testing

·       One & Two Sample Hypothesis Testing

·       Hypothesis Tests for Proportions and for Variation

·        Single-Factor & Two Factor ANOVAs

·       Introduction to Design of Experiments

·       Full Factorial & Fractional Designs

·       Taguchi Loss Function & DOE

·       Selecting an Experimental Design & Sample Size

·       Test for Independence

·       Chi-Square

·       Screening Designs

·       Quality Functional Deployment (QFD)

·       House of Quality

·       Voice of the Customer

(4008) Mechanical Metrology
Pre-requisite: None
Dates: Every Saturday from Mar 12 – May 14
Times: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Course Overview:

This 10 week course teaches the principles of Measurement and Gaging, stressing the importance of proper equipment selection.

Topics Include:

·       Scaled and Transfer Instruments ·       Indicators
·       Surface Plate ·       Optical Comparator
·       Gage Blocks ·       Pneumatic and Electronic Instruments
·       Micrometer and Vernier Instruments Angle Measurements
·       Non-Destructive Testing Techniques

 

(4102) Introduction to Design of Experiments DOE I and II Combined
Pre-requisite:  
Dates: Every Saturday from Mar 12 – May 14
Times: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Course Overview:

This 10 week course explains, in a practical applications format, various experimental designs applied to solve industrial issues and optimize processes.  This Design of Experiments course will focus on two level designs.  Such designs are multifactor designs where factors are fixed at low and a high levels.  2-level designs will identify those vital few factors which have the biggest impact on the process output.  Students will conduct actual experiments in class, analyze and report on the results. Beginning with a 4-run design matrix (L4); students will learn how to develop the proper design matrix as well as a method of analysis which will define the relationship between the factors studied and the process performance.  The analysis method will include t-tests, and the Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), and the creation of a mathematical model which allows the practitioner to predict the outcome.

Topics Include:

·       Review of Hypothesis Testing and Analysis of Variance

·       Random Sampling

·       Blocked Designs with Paired Comparisons

·       Experiments Comparing Two or More Treatment Means

·       Factorial Designs

·       Fractional Factorial Designs at Two Levels

·       Empirical Modeling and Simple Modeling with Least Squares (Regression)

 

(4014) Quality Cost Management
Pre-requisite:  
Dates: Every Saturday from Mar 12 – May 14
Times: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Course Overview:

This 10 week course is designed to provide professionals with the tools necessary to implement a Quality Cost System.

Topics Include:

·       Financial and cost Accounting

·       The Categories of Quality Cost

·       Budgets and Variances

·       Analyzing Fixed and Variable Costs

·       Root Cause Analysis

·       Reducing Quality Cost

 

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