Failures in product or service performance are known as non-conformances. Internal failures typically occur during the raw material or processing stages, whereas external failures occur when a problem in a product or service reaches the end-user.
Don’t just bandage a problem; solve it once and for all. The core, underlying reason for an issue is known as the root cause. The Root Cause Analysis (RCA) trainingcourse will teach you how to diagnose a problem, solve it, and prevent it from happening again as the foundation of process improvement. Your company will save time, money, and resources due to this.
The Root Cause Analysis training course will teach participants about root cause analysis, a method for identifying and evaluating the sources of issues to figure out what can be done to fix or prevent them. This Root Cause Analysis training course, which includes lectures, practice, and role-playing, is aimed to provide participants with a thorough grasp of how to examine a system and discover the core causes of issues.
Quality, safety, risk, and reliability managers, process engineers, technicians, operations supervisors and personnel, process owners, occurrence investigators, analysts, maintenance directors, reliability professionals, and anyone who wants to improve their ability to solve recurring problems should attend this training. Manufacturing markets include core manufacturing markets in machinery and computer equipment, chemical and allied products, fabricated metals, electronics, transportation, and measurement/controlling industries. Service markets that could effectively leverage this course would include consulting/business services, financial services, wholesale/retail, transportation, utilities, and government.
Enhance problem-solving effectiveness by providing a model for more deeply analyzing problem situations.
Clarify the difference between analytical and creative thinking, and when each is most useful.
Promote the ability to provide problem-solving support in situations where one is not an expert in the process or technology involved.
Expand the range of tools available for analysis of problem situations.