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If you do not know the subject well enough

You can not explain it simply enough


Albert Einstein
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Quality Circle Training

Context of Quality Circle Training


A Quality Circle is team consisting of 4 to 8 people who meet regularly to identify and
solve problems. The concept of Quality Circles originated in Japan after World War II. It
was an outgrowth of massive training programs undertaken by the Japanese in early
1950s. Quality Circle Training started at the top of the companies and progressed down
through the hierarchies, level by level, until it included the first line of supervision. Each
trained manager had concluded I can do a better job on quality if my subordinates are
similarly trained in how to attain and improve quality. The success of Quality Circle
Training in Japan led many managers in the US to believe that they too can make them
successful. Quality Circles were rechristened in US by various names like Small Group
Activity etc. The Quality Circle groups apart from having quality as a major consideration
tried to improve internal efficiencies of the company by improving methods, productivity
and /or reducing manufacturing costs. The circles need to be trained in basics of Quality
Circles functioning and problem solving tools such as Check Sheets, Cause and Effect
Diagrams, Pareto, Histogram, Stratification, Scatter Diagrams, Control Charts,
Brainstorming, Flowcharts and 5 Why Analysis. They undertake one or more
improvement projects to learn how to apply the techniques and training. Quality Circles
make periodic management presentations about their respective projects on a
continuous basis.

Quality Circle Training Objective


The two days Quality Circle Training will allow the participants to understand the Quality
Circle Concept. Quality Circle Training shall allow them to learn History, Characteristics,
Benefits, Requirements, Formation and Reasons for failure of Quality Circles.
Participants will also learn how to apply problem solving tools at various steps of
problem solving process in quality circles.

Quality Circle Training Contents


Introduction ,What is a Circle, History, Characteristics, Benefits, Formation,
Requirements, Reasons for failure, Management Presentations, Problem Solving,
Techniques, Code of Conduct and conducting the meetings.
Course Certificate: Each participant will be entitled for a training certificate.

Who should attend Quality Circle Training


The Quality Circle Training would be found relevant and useful for supervisors,
engineers and managers from areas such as HR, Marketing, Sales, Design, Planning,
Manufacturing, Materials, Maintenance, Logistics, Service and QA from both
manufacturing and service organizations.

Quality Circle Training Achievement


Upon SUCCESSFUL completion of the Quality Circle Training a Certificate of Quality
Circle awareness Foundation Training will be issued.
CPD-16
CEU-1.6

Quality Circle Training Duration- 02 Days

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Value added Quality Circle Training


Accelerate learning with the expert faculty Lead Auditors and Principal Trainers from
the Industry. Quality Circle Training from the "Specialist Expert" has many advantages:-
It will drastically change the way of thinking and basic approach towards the
Management System Standards.
You would cherish & Benchmark our training for a very long time to come.
No fictitious case studies you can not connect with.
Real time examples, real time scenarios you can quickly relate to.
Complete Focus on your systems, processes and line of businesses.
100% involvement and engagement of the participants
Learn to make the ISO Standard sweat to:-
A). Improve the profits.
B). Reduce rework, defects, customer rejections, wastage,& cost of operation
C). Enhance customer delight
D). Reduce attrition of customers and employees
E). Enhance confidence of all stakeholders
Quality Circle Training