Quality 102 4-Evening Course!
November 9, 10, 16, 17, 2019 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The American Society for Quality, Washington, DC - Maryland Metro Section 509 in collaboration with the Montgomery College BioTrain Program -- Presents:
Quality 102 - A Systematic Approach, Applications, and Tools for Successful Quality Management Systems
Quality Management Systems (QMS) such as ISO 9001:2015 and FDA GMP require that an organization have documented programs for continuous process improvement, auditing, risk assessment and mitigation. This class follows Quality 101 which was an introduction to Quality Management Systems (QMS). While still taught an introductory and intermediate level, Quality 102 will cover in more detail, some of the topics introduced in Quality 101. Students need not have attended Quality 101 to take this class. The instructors will emphasize in-class hands-on exercises and incorporate valuable tools that can be taken back to the workplace and attendees may use this course for ASQ re-certification units.
Outline of the course (4-evening classes):
• Day 1: Process Approaches to Quality - Data and Measurements
• Day 2: Continuous Improvement - Improvement and Coaching Kata to Create a Culture of Continuous Improvement
• Day 3: Audits - Developing a Strong Audit Program: Internal and External Audits
• Day 4: Risk - Introduction to Risk Management Planning, Risk Analysis, and Management Tools
Susan Muhr Leister, PhD; ASQ CSSBB
Ronald Kelley, PhD; ASQ CSSBB; IES; LC
Kevin King; ASQ CMQ/OE, CQA
The course is eligible for ASQ recertification units. ASQ members will receive RU's based on attendance.