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Customized Training
Customized training onsite or on campus is also available. Contact Tom Iafrate at 843.574.6758 or for more information.

The following courses are offered:

ASQ Certified Quality Auditor
This course is designed to help quality inspectors pass the American Society of Quality (ASQ) certification exam for the auditor function.

ASQ Certified Quality Engineer (CQE)
This 32-hour course is designed for manufacturing engineers and manufacturing quality engineers who need to pass the certification exam given by the American Society of Quality (ASQ).

ASQ Certified Quality Technician (CQT)
This 32-hour course is designed to help manufacturing personnel pass the American Society of Quality (CQT) exam. Books included

ISO Training
ISO training programs include ISO Internal Auditor, ISO 9001:2000 Lead Auditor, ISO 9001-2000 Process Mapping, ISO/TS 16949: The Impact of Change 2009 and Rules Third Edition, and Technical Writing for Quality.

Internal Auditor
This course is designed to enhance your understanding of process auditing techniques. Using interactive workshops, simulated audits, tutorials and exercises, you will develop practical audit skills, improve evaluation and communication skills, refine reporting skills and sharpen your ability to implement corrective action programs.

Problem Solving
Problem solving is a sequence of steps or actions taken to solve a problem, including defining the problem, identifying or creating possible solutions, and choosing among the solutions. In this course, you will learn the seven main steps to follow when trying to solve a problem.

Root Cause/Corrective Action
This 8-hour training course includes an examination of the different tools and techniques that can be applied to solving internal and external problems. This course is designed to train organization personnel that are involved in documenting and reviewing actual and potential instances of nonconformance. Once the need for corrective or preventive action has been determined, the process of identifying root cause and implementing effective actions is very important. Emphasis is placed on identifying the root cause so that the problem will not happen again.


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