Why Quality Control Circle (QCC)?
A quality control circle is defined as a small group of workers carrying out voluntarily analysis of job related quality problems. QC circles consist of groups of six to ten workers engaged in the same type of work and usually at the same hierarchical level. Such a work group involves active participation of all members aimed at promoting worker self-development, development of skills, teamwork and leadership skills. This type of group is very much focused on problems, meets once a week, often outside working hours (though meetings during working hours are not unusual). Each group has a leader who co-ordinates the team’s efforts and often reports back to management on solutions developed.
Benefits of Statistical Process Control Training:
- Improved human relations.
- Individual development.
- Leadership development
- Work satisfaction through creativity.
- Improved awareness of problems.
- Strengthened team work.
- Improved participation.
- Improved willingness to work and take responsibility.
- Improved organizational climate.
- Introduction to Quality Control Circle
- Structure of Quality Control Circle
- How to solve a Problem in QCC
- Plan Do Check Act (PDCA)
Lecture, Presentation, Activity based real life demonstration, related audio-video visuals, Group Activity, Minitab, Excel.
Who Should Attend-
Quality personnel, Research & Development professionals, Production Managers, Process Engineers, any person who want to Create Quality Control Circle in the Organization to solve the problems.
One Day Training (10:00 AM to 6:00 PM)