A Quality Plan tends to be a project or product specific document which defines the quality assurance tasks to ensure meeting specific customer requirements and time scales. It enables the identification of preventive activities to provide early warning of any possible problems occurring or becoming major.
The objective of a Quality Plan is to anticipate possible sources of poor quality and to arrange for means of identifying such failures and preventing them from occurring.
Often Quality Plans are required on large capital cost projects such as construction projects or the launch of a new product or software development, etc. – where main contractors need to control the activities of sub-contractors.
The Quality Plan can be used as model or method of describing the Quality Control activities so that everyone can comment on, criticise and develop the plan to ensure their involvement in the project’s achievements.
Course delegates will be able to as a consequence of this course:
Course delegates as a consequence of this course will be able to:
|09:00||Welcome and introduction|
|09:30||Quality planning for performance improvement|
|10:00||The quality planning process|
|10:45||The quality planning process: determining the strategy, creating the framework, identifying high risks using FMEA|
|11:00||FMEA (Failure Mode effects Analysis)|
|11:45||FMEA Case Study|
|13:15||What makes an effective quality plan?|
|13:30||Constructing practical quality plans that work|
|15:00||BS ISO 10005 Quality management systems. Guidelines for quality plans|
|15:30||Effective implementation and execution of quality plans|
|17:00||End of course review|
Note: The times are for guidance and will vary depending on delegate input and specific requests.
The lecturing team is comprised of professionals who have been especially selected for their recognised knowledge and experience in the field of project management and quality assurance.
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