Skills for Success - Quality Technician
Increase your earning potential.
Today's job market is more competitive than ever. Give yourself a leg up by becoming a certified Quality Technician.
Our Quality Technician Skills for Success program was developed to address the growing need for skilled workers in manufacturing. This ten-day workshop, led by our instructors with years of industry experience, will give you the knowledge and skills you need to be successful. Through these workshops, participants will learn essential quality concepts, tools, and tasks.
This training provides a Purdue University Certificate of Learning and an OSHA 10-Hour General Industry card.
Quality Technician National Average Total Pay $43,898
Quality Technician Indianapolis Average Total Pay $45,193
Courses & Topics
- Day 1: Quality Tools & Techniques for Quality Technicians - Learn the basics of quality improvement, quality audits, and the seven quality tools.
- Day 2: Workplace Skills for Quality Technicians - Learn the core professional skills relevant to working in a manufacturing environment, including effective
communication and conflict management.
- Day 3: Print Reading for Manufacturing - Learn information and skills needed to interpret prints commonly encountered in manufacturing quality control environments.
- Day 4: Measurement for Manufacturing - Learn information and skills needed to perform measurements in manufacturing quality control environments using tools such as micrometers and gauge blocks.
- Day 5: Problem Solving using PDCA, A3, and Root Cause Analysis - Discover Plan-Do-Check-Act, A3, and root cause analysis to effectively solve problems in the workplace
- Day 6: Basic Excel Skills - Learn skills needed to use Excel to create worksheets and perform calculations.
- Day 7: Basic Statistical Process Control (SPC) and OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Day 1 - Learn information and skills needed to perform basic data analysis and use Excel to perform calculations and create charts. Learn about common job-related safety and health hazards and how to stay safe on the job through hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention. Upon completion of all 10 hours of this training, participants will receive their OSHA 10 General Industry card.
- Day 8: OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Day 2 - Learn about common job-related safety and health hazards and how to stay safe on the job through hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention. Upon completion of all 10 hours of this training, participants will receive their OSHA 10 General Industry card.
- Day 9: Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) and Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) - Learn how to use APQP and PPAP to ensure product quality and process efficiency.
- Day 10: Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Overview and Control Plans - Learn how to use FMEA and control plans to ensure product quality and process efficiency.
- Minimum Age of 18 years
- Manufacturing Experience Required
- High School Diploma or equivalent required
Note that this series and the certificate are not related to ASQ’s Quality Technician Certification (CQT).