This course provides an introduction to Quality Systems, Tools, and Procedures for the newcomer and provides an excellent refresher for the veteran quality practitioner. The course also serves as a good introduction to quality for the individual planning to take the ASQ CQE certification exam.
This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of blue print reading with a brief descritptiion of advanced methods including GD&T terminology. The course is suggested as a prerequisite for advanced GD&T courses.
This program is designed for anyone who designs, drafts, engineers, purchases, manufactures, estimates, or inspects parts and assemblies. Particular emphasis is placed on those who design and manufacture, and those responsible for quality. Prerequisite: A working understanding of technical drawings (perspectives, sections, details, etc.) Print Reading for Industry workshop is suggested.
This course is an introduction to the topics of measurement and calibration designed to give the student a general overview of the subject. It may also be considered a metrology 101 course for the new calibration technician or support personnel desiring to learn more about measurements.
This course gives the student a basic understanding of measurement uncertainty, calculations, and budgets.
- Teacher: Gary Meyer
This course prepares the participant to pass the American Society for Quality "Certified Quality Technician" (CQT) exam. All the points of the ASQ body of knowledge are covered in the lessons. Gary Meyer presents 10 hours of audio-visual presentations on the various topics.
This course gives a student an overview of the ASQ CQI Exam.
This course prepares the participant to take the ASQ CQA exam administered by the American Society for Quality. Topics listed in the CQA body of knowledge are covered.
This course prepares the participant to pass the ASQ Certified Calibration Technician certification exam.