Quality Interdisciplinary (625)

625-150. Six Sigma Green Belt. (5 Credits)

WCTC’s Six Sigma Green Belt course develops students into team leaders and problem-solvers who can regularly improve processes within their local areas and functions. Following the disciplined DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control) roadmap, students learn to collect and analyze performance data, identify inefficiencies and problems, pinpoint the root causes of those problems and institute new protocols to greatly improve processes. Students will obtain skills in leading teams through the process of change, while incorporating a creative problem solving approach. Students will also be instructed on the use of Minitab software for statistical analysis.This Six Sigma Green Belt course provides real world application in the manufacturing, administrative and healthcare related fields. Students will learn firsthand how continuous quality improvement tools and strategies can positively impact their daily lives and careers. The class will incorporate theory, application and group activities where students will work collaboratively to present theory, current articles, results of simulation exercises and case studies.

Prerequisites: 804-189 with a minimum grade of C and 890-742 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of S

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625-150A. Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt. (1.5 Credits)

Participants will receive training in basic Lean Six Sigma tools including project selection and charting, metrics development, tools for DMAIC (defining, measuring, analyzing, implementing and controlling process redesign), project team leadership and dash boarding. This training has been designed to give the participants the skills needed to lead Lean Six Sigma project teams.

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625-150B. Six Sigma Green Belt Completn. (3.5 Credits)

Participants will receive training in leading organizational redesign initiatives, advanced tools to assist in the application of the DMAIC (defining, measuring, analyzing, implementing and controlling process redesign), process and assist hands-on project involvement by those State employees responsible for the implementation of specific initiatives. This training has been designed to support participants in specific agency initiatives and those acting as Points of Contact.

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625-151. Six Sigma Green Belt Project. (1 Credit)

WCTC’s Six Sigma Green Belt Project course allows students that have completed the Six Sigma Green Belt training course to demonstrate their understanding of Six Sigma fundamentals through an application project. The Six Sigma Green Belt Project course is intended to be a comprehensive, final capstone project using all phases of the DMAIC approach.The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Six Sigma approach to continuous improvement using strategies and tools to address and improve process related inefficiencies. Following the disciplined DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control) roadmap, students will demonstrate their understanding of problem statement development, how to collect and analyze performance data, identify inefficiencies and problems, pinpoint the root causes of those problems and institute new protocols to greatly improve processes. Students will also demonstrate their proficiency of analysis tools using Minitab software. Students that meet or exceed project criteria will earn the Six Sigma Green Belt certification.

Prerequisites: (625-150 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C and 890-742 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of S)

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625-152. Six Sigma Black Belt. (5 Credits)

This course examines and applies the various methodologies/approaches to implementing six sigma initiatives.

Prerequisites: (625-151 with a minimum grade of C) and (Blended Options Proficiency or 890-742 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of S)

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625-153. Six Sigma Black Belt Project. (1 Credit)

This course discusses the utilization of statistical data to determine achievement of sigma benchmarks.

Prerequisites: (625-152 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C) and (Blended Options Proficiency or 890-742 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of S)

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625-154. Six Sigma Orange Belt. (5.3 Credits)

This course provides application skills of Six Sixma Orange-Belt Certification.

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625-155. Six Sigma Blackbelt Completion. (3 Credits)

Discuss the utilization of statistical data to determine achievement of Sigma benchmarks. Prepare projects for the Black Belt certification process.

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625-156. MSSC - Safety. (1 Credit)

Students acquire the skills needed to provide a safe and productive work environment, confirm the safe use of equipment in the workplace, and communicate safety-related needs. Additional topics include: environmental safety inspections, emergency drills, safety orientation training, and safety equipment use. This class prepares individuals to earn the MSSC Safety certification.

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625-157. MSSC - Quality. (1 Credit)

Students will acquire the skills needed to apply continuous improvement concepts and how they relate to a quality management system. Students will be introduced to a quality management system and its components. These include corrective actions, preventative actions, control of documents, control of quality records, internal auditing of processes, and control of non-conforming product. This class prepares individuals to earn the MSSC Quality certification.

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625-401. APICS Basics/Supply Chain Mngt. (1.6 Credits)

Introductory course for production and inventory management that covers basic concepts in managing the flow of materials in supply chain.

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625-401A. Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt. (0.4 Credits)

Supply chain management is all about the design, planning, execution, control and monitoring of supply chain activities with the objective of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand and measuring performance.

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625-401B. Advanced Supply Chain Mgmt. (0.8 Credits)

The focus of this workshop is to provide advanced level principles and concepts to supply chain management, a review of the supply chain planning processes in detail, and to discuss inventory management, procurement and logistics as they relate to the details of the supply chain process.

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625-401C. Advanced Supply Chain 4-hr. (0.4 Credits)

The focus of this workshop is to provide advanced level principles and concepts to supply chain management, a review of the supply chain planning processes in detail, and to discuss inventory management, procurement and logistics as they relate to the details of the supply chain process.

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625-402. APICS Master Planning/Resource. (1.6 Credits)

Review of objectives and operating philosophies for executing a business plan.

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625-402A. Enterprise Resource Planning. (0.8 Credits)

Participants in this course will identify how material requirements planning (MRP) fits into ERP, discuss how inbound and outbound logistics impact the execution of ERP, evaluate the best ways to select a new ERP system, determine the process to monitor data accuracy within the ERP environment, define manufacturing strategies, and review how order management and procurement fit into the ERP process.

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625-403. APICS Detailed Scheduling. (1.6 Credits)

This course focuses on the materials requirements, planning, capacity and inventory management practices.

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625-403A. APICS Detailed Sched/Plan. (1.2 Credits)

This course focuses on the materials requirements, planning, capacity and inventory management practices.

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625-404. APICS Execution/Cntrol Opertns. (1.6 Credits)

The student is briefed on issues concerning management functions related to those responsibilities related to goal achievement and measurement.

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625-404A. APICS Exec/Control of Ops. (1.2 Credits)

This course focuses on management functions related to goal achievement and measurement.

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625-406. APICS Strategic Mngt/Resources. (1.6 Credits)

Participants will attain an understanding of best practices in alignment of resource application for goal achievement.

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625-407. Lean Government Champion. (0.8 Credits)

Designed for those working in the public sector, learn to identify inefficiencies and offer solutions.

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625-409. Six Sigma Champion 8hr. (0.8 Credits)

This course is an in-depth review of DMAIC and other tools associated with the Six Sigma Green Belt Program.

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625-411. Root Cause Analysis. (0.8 Credits)

Root cause analysis is a procedure used to analyze the true, underlying challenges to performance. When used consistently, this process can lead to uncovering opportunities and innovations that are not typically sought. This training will explore the value of conducting a root cause analysis and the methods you can incorporate into your daily work.

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625-419. Six Sigma Overview. (0.3 Credits)

This workshop provides a summary look of potential siqma applications and expected outcomes.

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625-431. Six Sigma Executive Overview. (0.2 Credits)

This course is designed for company decision makers to focus on the strategic benefits of incorporating Six Sigma into their organization.

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625-432. Six Sigma White Belt Training. (0.8 Credits)

This course is designed to help project team members gain skills to improve the outcome of their Sigma initiative efforts.

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625-432A. Six Sigma White Belt. (0.6-0.6 Credits)

This course will provide a basic level of understanding of Lean Six Sigma Methodology and common tools used to eliminate waste and make process improvements.

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625-433A. Six Sigma Champion Trng-16 Hrs. (1.6 Credits)

This course is an in-depth review of DMAIC and other tools associated.

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625-434A. Statistics:Process Improvement. (1.6 Credits)

Develop the necessary skills to successfully evaluate manufacturing measurement systems. Learn fundamentals of statistical process control and how important quality tools can provide the necessary evidence to improve and control processes. Develop the skills to know when and where to use the various types of control charts available in Minitab for your own processes. Learn how to utilize important capability analysis tools to evaluate your processes relative to internal and customer specifications.

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625-434B. Minitab Refresher. (0.8 Credits)

This course is intended for people who have already completed Lean Six Sigma training using Minitab. Participants will review how to run commonly used statistical data analysis exercises using Minitab and gain additional practice with the software.

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625-435. Project Management. (1 Credit)

This training will provide employees with an introduction of pr oject management using practical experience, tools and techniques. Employees will learn and create a systematic ap proach on how to initiate, plan, monitor, control, and closeout projects more effectively.

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625-450. ISO Develp/Implmnt Key Metrics. (4.8 Credits)

Participants will be introduced to ISO requirements, develop a plan for implementation, develop a quality manual, practice writing of procedures and work instructions. You will develop document and records control, determine inspection and testing, select instruments for calibration tasks, review standards for sales, design and purchasing. This training will also have you establishing standards of customer supplied product and standards for handling, storage, packaging and delivery.

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625-450B. ISO Task Timelines. (0.1 Credits)

Students will address tasks and timelines for ISO implementation.

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625-450M. ISO OVerview. (0.4 Credits)

The chances are that your company, or your competition, will be seeking ISO certification in the next three to five years. ISO is fast becoming the de facto across industries throughout the world. Is your organization ready? Learn the core expectations of ISO certification, the commitment, resources, and potential pitfalls of proceeding down this path if unprepared.

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625-451. ISO Process Documentation. (4.8 Credits)

Participants will address ISO standards and how they impact an organization, as well as address tasks and timelines for ISO implementation. During this training you will use a template to organize a quality manual and examine requirements for document control and quality records.

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625-452. ISO Standardize Work Processes. (4.8 Credits)

Participants will practice structuring procedures and writing work instructions. You will examine the process of ISO corrective/preventative actions that address internal audit results and address process controls related to production scheduling, production instructions, preventative maintenance and process change. Statistical techniques will be introduced. This training also includes examination of methods of inspection and testing, sampling; as well as control on non-conforming products.

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625-453. ISO Internal Audit. (4.8 Credits)

Internal auditing systems are outlined. Preparation, conduct and evaluation of audit results will presented. Working papers, interviewing technigues, and assessment of non-conformance will be addressed, followed by reporting audit results and taking corrective action. The student will practice writing reports and requests for corrective action following an internal audit. Verification of implementation will be examined using case studies.

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625-453A. ISO Internal Audit Training. (2.4 Credits)

Internal auditing systems best practices are highlighted and provided in context. The most effective means and practical tools in preparing for, and then conducting and evaluating audit results will presented, in relation to existing organizational quality systems. Working papers, interviewing techniques, and assessment of non-conformance will be addressed, followed by reporting audit results and taking corrective action. This course will provide a realistic depiction of current state and necessary future state as it relates to audit infrastructure necessary for ISO9001 certification.

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625-453B. Understanding ISO. (0.8 Credits)

Learn the benefits of ISO 9001 registration, the commitment of resources necessary to develop a robust Quality Management System (QMS), and potential challenges of proceeding with this initiative if unprepared. In this course you will also learn about the primary roles and responsibilities of an internal auditor in order to prepare for and execute an effective internal auditing process.

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625-453C. Internal Auditing. (1.6 Credits)

This course provides participants with an understanding of how to prepare, perform, report, and close an internal audit.

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625-454. Six Sigma Orange Belt. (4.8 Credits)

This course provides application skills of Six Sixma Orange-Belt Certification.

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625-455. MSSC Safety. (3.2 Credits)

The safety module of the MSSC series has content related to maintaining a safe and productive work environment, ensuring the safe use of equipment in the workplace, and communicating safety-related needs.

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625-456. MSSC Quality Practices. (3.2 Credits)

The quality practices and measurement module of the MSSC series has content related to maintaining quality and implementing continuous improvement processes, correcting the product and process to meet quality standards, and communicating quality requirements, issues, and training.

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625-457. MSSC Manufacturing Processes. (3.2 Credits)

The manufacturing processes and production module is module 3 of the MSSC series and has content related to producing the product to meet customer needs, coordinating work teams, and communicating with co-workers and/or external customers to ensure production meets business requirements.

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625-458. MSSC Maintenance Awareness. (3.2 Credits)

Maintenance Awareness is module 4 of the MSSC series and has content related to performing regular maintenance activities in the context of the production process including performing preventative maintenance and routine repair, monitor indicators to ensure correct operations, and recognize potential maintenance issues with basic production systems.

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625-460. Project Team Lead Training. (2.4 Credits)

This course indoctrinates the student to successfully prepare to lead a six sigma team project.

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625-460A. Project Selection Workshop. (0.8 Credits)

This 8-hour workshop will prepare each participant to successfully lead a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt project team; with an emphasis on the project selection process.

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625-460B. Project Selection. (0.3 Credits)

This 3-hour course will prepare each participant to successfully lead a Lean Six Sigma project team; with an emphasis on the project selection process.

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625-460C. Project Management. (0.8 Credits)

This training will provide employees with an introduction of project management using practical experience, tools and techniques. Employees will learn and create a systematic approach on how to initiate, plan, monitor, control, and closeout projects more effectively.

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625-460D. Project Management. (0.4 Credits)

This training will provide project managers with an advanced overview of project management concepts such as project development, delegating, time management, and communication. Participants will learn a systematic approach on how to document and closeout projects more effectively.

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625-485. MSSC CPT Safety. (0.8 Credits)

This course is designed to provide knowledge and skills in OSHA standards and good risk prevention strategies.

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625-486. MSSC CPT Manufacturing. (0.8 Credits)

This course will provide skills in effective approaches to champion work initiatives to create positive/productive environments within an organization.

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625-487. MSSC CPT Quality. (0.8 Credits)

This course will provide knowledge with the exploration of quality tools and approaches to eliminate inefficiencies within a process.

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625-488. MSSC CPT Maintenance. (0.8 Credits)

This course will provide skills in the necessary steps to insure good work practices for operations within a manufacturing environment.

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