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Problem Solving & 8D

October 1 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Class sponsored by: CIS

The 8D Process is a problem-solving method for product and process improvement. It is structured into 8 steps (the D’s) and emphasizes team. Although the 8D process is often required in and was initially applied in the automotive and aerospace industries, it’s useful and relevant in any industry. Training on process for Problem Solving Tools ANPQP 8D requirements Review of three core tools used in root cause analysis [Fishbone (Ishikawa) Diagrams, Qualitative Fault Tree analysis, and 5 Why’s]Initial approach to solving and attacking a problemReview of 8D and expectations for submittalAudit completed 8D concerns brought to class by studentsAssess the results of your company’s past efforts in corrective actionIdentify opportunities for improvementRequirements: A completed customer 8D or equivalent from a recent problem or issue is required for the class activities
Cost: $300.

Contact: Jones (Admin), Carol

Knoxville: IPS Small Meeting Room (MTAS#102)

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