Onsite Workshops

Save Money and Train More Employees in Less Time!

By hosting an onsite workshop at your facility, you gain hands-on knowledge and experience while working with your own parts. For over 30 years, our onsite workshops have enhanced the overall quality for many of the world's largest manufacturers. With training that does not focus solely on explaining what the tools are but the best-practices on how to use and apply them effectively.

By sending our trainer to your facility or location of choice, allows you to experience:

  • Significant cost savings
  • The ability to train multiple personnel within your organization at one time
  • Focus on your current quality issues and concerns
  • Use real life examples from your organization

Available Courses Below

WORKSHOP DURATION OVERVIEW

5S & Visual Workplace

2

This workshop will show you how to implement the elements of 5S (Sort, Set In Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain). Visual techniques that make it easy to understand real-time performance, progress trends and abnormal process conditions are demonstrated.

Advanced Quality Planning (AQP)

3

Advanced Quality Planning (AQP) is a process that can determine how successful an organization will be in satisfying their customer?s requirements when bringing a new product to market. Most serious quality issues can be traced back to flaws occurring during this critical activity. This workshop will show participants the proper methodology to use when preparing for product launch. Advanced Quality Planning, Failure Mode & Effects Analysis and the Product/Process Validation will be covered in detail. Participants will apply the concepts learned during the workshop on their own processes and products. The output will be a more effective method for ensuring newly designed products and processes meet customer expectations.

Applying SPC Tools

2

This workshop is targeted at specific client issues, while focusing on effectively applying SPC tools and techniques to understand, control and improve key processes.

Designed Experiments (DOE)

3

Designed Experiments are powerful tools to improve product quality, reduce costs and shorten developmental time. They also promote the concept of variation reduction through off-line quality control. The objective of this program is to familiarize students with all aspects of experimental design, so they can practically apply the skills.

Effective Product Launch (EPL)

3

Product Launch is a process that can determine how successful an organization will be in satisfying their customer?s requirements for the duration of the contract. Most serious quality issues can be traced back to flaws occurring during this critical activity. This workshop will show participants the proper methodology to use when preparing for product launch. Advanced Quality Planning, Failure Mode & Effects Analysis and the Production Part Approval Process will be covered in detail. Participants will apply the concepts learned during the workshop on their own processes and products. The output will be a more effective method for ensuring newly designed products and processes meet customer expectations.

Error Proofing

2

An error proofing approach focuses on the sequence of events from ?red flag? conditions through to defects occurring and eliminates or minimizes defects through the application of prevention and various inspection and detection techniques.

Label Error Proofing

2

A label error proofing approach focuses on the sequence of events where mislabeling occurred. The Label Error Proofing Workshop recommends solutions to eliminate or minimize mislabeling defects through prevention and detection techniques for the particular operation in question as well as dock to dock recommendations.

Flow, PFMEA, Control Plan

3

Flow, FMEA and Control Plans are critical to reducing variation and eliminating waste in a manufacturing environment. Process Flow identifies the processes. Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA) identifies, evaluates and prioritizes the risk of potential failures of a process allowing action plans to be implemented. Control Plans document the methods needed for control of production processes to minimize process variation ensuring that customer requirements are met. By integrating these three processes, this course will provide a company with the tools to develop value added control methods that relate to customer requirements.
 
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“For twenty years now, our company has turned to The PIC Group to ensure our Associates get the training they need to help us achieve customer satisfaction. The PIC Group has provided onsite training that has helped our employees become better at what they do - which is a huge benefit to our organization and our customers."
Quality Planning Manager
Automotive OEM

"I'd like to give a huge thanks to our trainer. His highly skilled knowledge, problem solving solutions and interesting presentations, have contributed to both increase in knowledge and internal motivation for performing better FMEAs.
Project Portfolio Manager
Aerospace OEM