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  • Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB)

    Course duration: 32 days

    I.SSBB Course Introduction and Overview II.Pre-test III.Enterprise-wide Deployment •Enterprise-wide view •Leadership IV.Organizational Process Management and Measures •Impact on stakeholders •Critical to x (CTx) requirements •Benchmarking •Business performance measures •Financial measures V.Team management •Team formation •Team facilitation •Team dynamics •Time management for teams •Team decision-making tools •Management and planning tools •Team performance evaluation and reward VI.Define •Voice of customer •Project charter •Project tracking VII.Measure •Process characteristics •Data collection •Measurement systems •Basic statistics •Probability •Process capability VIII.Analyze •Measuring and modeling relationships between variables •Hypothesis testing •Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) •Additional analysis methods IX.Improve •Design of experiments (DOE) •Waste elimination •Cycle-time reduction •Kaizen and kaizen blitz •Theory of constraints (TOC) •Implementation •Risk analysis and mitigation X. Control •Statistical process control (SPC) •Other control tools •Maintain controls •Sustain improvements XI.Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Framework and Methodologies •Common DFSS methodologies •Design for X (DFX) •Robust design and process •Special design tools XII.Post Assessment

  • Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB)

    Course duration: 12 days

    I.SSGB Course Introduction and Overview II.Pre-test III.Overview: Six Sigma and the Organization A.Six Sigma and Organizational Goals B.Lean Principles in the Organization C.Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) in the Organization IV.Define A.Process Management for Projects B.Project Management Basics C.Management and planning tools D.Business resolts for projects E.Team dynamics and performance V.Measure A.Process analysis and documentation B.Probability and Statistics C.Collecting and summarizing Data D.Probability distributions E.Measurement system analysis F.Process capability and performance VI.Analyze A.Exploratory data analysis B.Hypothesis testing VII.Improve & Control A.Design of Experiments B.Statistical Process Control C.Implement and validate solutions D.Control Plan VIII.Post Assessment

  •  Materials Selection

    Course duration: 8 days

    In this course you will learn: - Overview on the different classes of materials and their main properties. - The procedure of materials selection. - The use of Ashby diagrams. - The effect of part shape on the material choice. - The selection of the proper manufacturing processes. - The cost analysis of certain product. - Discussion of several case studies. - Environmental impact of materials consummation.

  • Metallurgy of Steel

    Course duration: 12 days

    In this course you will learn: - The description of the allotropic nature of iron. - The effect of carbon content on steel properties. - The Iron – Carbon diagram and the types of phases in equilibrium - The main temperatures and microstructures that affect the iron properties. - The effect of cooling rate on the phases in equilibrium and the variation in mechanical properties of steel that accompany the changes in cooling rates. - The heat treatment processes for steel: annealing, quenching, tempering - The effect of heat treating procedures on the steel microstructure and its mechanical properties. - The case hardening processes: carburizing, nitriding, carbonitriding - The process parameters and how they affect case composition, depth, microstructure, and properties. - Defects that may results from heat treatment processes.

  • Metallurgy of Precipitation Strengthening

    Course duration: 3 days

    In this course you will learn: - Binary phase diagrams of non ferrous alloys. - Strengthening mechanisms by precipitation. - Study of different parameters that affect the strengthening results such as: temperatures, cooling rate,… - Effect of different parameters on the strengthened alloy.

  • Materials Properties and Testing

    Course duration: 9 days

    In this course you will learn: - The microstructure of the crystalline materials. - Types of defects in materials on microscopic and macroscopic scales. - Definitions of mechanical properties. - Mechanical testing: tension, compression, bending, impact, hardness, fatigue, creep. - Non destructive tests. - Types of fractures including fatigue and creep ruptures. - Overview on strengthening mechanisms.

  • Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt (CSSYB)

    Course duration: 5 days

    The Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification will be aimed at those new to the world of Six Sigma who have a small role, interest, or need to develop foundational knowledge. Yellow belts can be entry level employees that seek to improve their world or executive champions who require an overview of Six Sigma and DMAIC. This certification will adopt the approach of advancing the concept and potential of using Six Sigma tools and methodologies within an organization.

  • Certified Quality Process Analyst (CQPA)

    Course duration: 12 days

    The Certified Quality Process Analyst is a paraprofessional who, in support of and under the direction of quality engineers or supervisors, analyzes and solves quality problems and is involved in quality improvement projects. A Certified Quality Process Analyst may be a recent graduate or someone with work experience who wants to demonstrate his or her knowledge of quality tools and processes.

  • Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA)

    Course duration: 0 days

    The Certified Quality Improvement Associate has a basic knowledge of quality tools and their uses and is involved in quality improvement projects, but doesn't necessarily come from a traditional quality area.

  • Certified Pharmaceutical GMP Professional (CPGP)

    Course duration: 24 days

    -Regulatory Agency Governance -Quality Systems -Laboratory Systems -Infrastructure: Facilities, Utilities, Equipment -Materials and Supply Chain Management -Sterile and Non sterile Manufacturing Systems -Filling, Packaging, Labeling -Product Development and Technology Transfer

  • Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE)

    Course duration: 12 days

    I. Reliability Management a. Strategic management b. Reliability program management c. Ethics, safety, and liability II. Probability And Statistics For Reliability a. Basic concepts b. Statistical inference III. Reliability In Design And Development a. Reliability design techniques b. Parts and systems management IV. Reliability Modeling And Predictions a. Reliability modeling b. Reliability predictions V. Reliability Testing a. Reliability test planning b. Testing during development c. Product testing VI. Maintainability And Availability a. Management strategies b. Maintenance and testing analysis VII. Data Collection And Use a. Data collection b. Data use c. Failure analysis and correction

  • Certified Quality Technician (CQT)

    Course duration: 0 days

    The Certified Quality Technician is a paraprofessional who, in support of and under the direction of quality engineers or supervisors, analyzes and solves quality problems, prepares inspection plans and instructions, selects sampling plan applications, prepares procedures, trains inspectors, performs audits, analyzes quality costs and other quality data, and applies fundamental statistical methods for process control.

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Every business strives to differentiate their products and services from the competition; that is the business mantra we live and breathe every day. The question is how do you keep the competitive advantage? You must continuously improve your processes which impacts how you will do business with your customer. Value Engineering, Project and Quality Management are management tools that significantly improve quality, eliminate waste, and drive cost savings with your customer’s needs at the core of the process. You can use either tool exclusively or combine them to maximize operational excellence. While Project Management focuses on organizing and managing resources, Six Sigma focuses on reducing variation in the process. Whether you are looking to deploy one or both of these tools, you will be creating the differentiation through improved processes and overall organizational efficiency. VECG goal is to guide organizations in their creation of a continuous improvement culture where Value Engineering, Project and Quality Management are core to the strategy and everyday business processes. Our goal is to educate and coach you and your associates to seamlessly integrate a process improvement program that will become the competitive differentiation in your organizations products and services. Our years of experience delivering results show that we will not only help you exceed expectations, but will equip you with the right tools to ensure success now and in the future.

To save up to 30 % from project, product or services costs without sacrificing the quality level. An expert on the value engineering methodology, tools, and techniques can analyze costs to the related functions. Unnecessary costs do exist due to many factors such as lack of information, lack of ideas, temporary circumstance, honest but wrong beliefs, habits and attitudes, changes in owner requirements, lack of communication and coordination, and out dated standards and specifications. These factors are roadblocks to good value. The best way to overcome these roadblocks is by using the VE team approach. Individual efforts can be costly and inefficient. Management has learned that by involving more of their organization in the decision making process and committing the organization to a goal, significant improvements can be realized. The quality revolution has demonstrated that waste and inefficiency are unacceptable anywhere in the organization. Therefore, managing value and change is necessary to meet this difficult challenge. Many characteristics of unacceptable qualities can be traced to the approach taken during the design and management process. Application of Value Engineering with the TQM approach will more closely achieve the desire concept as a totally integrated effort toward improving performance of every process at every level. Value Engineering seeks optimizing and improving decision making to realize the optimal expenditure of owner funds while meeting required function at the lowest cycle cost. VE is a methodology that is comprised of many useful techniques. These techniques create change on purpose rather than letting change occur accidentally. Value engineering can improve decision-making that leads to optimal expenditure of owner funds while meeting required function and quality level. VE is a methodology that is comprised of many useful techniques that create change on purpose rather than letting change happen accidentally.

VECG offers a wide range of business consultancy and development initiatives including: 1. Strategic Review and Gap Analysis 2. Business Improvement Roadmap 3. Change and Transition Planning 4. Business Process Reengineering 5. Process excellence Implementation and Transition 6. Evaluation and Monitoring 7. Risk management 8. Project management 9. Management coaching 10. Leadership development 11. Performance improvement 12. Lean six sigma projects 13. Process excellence 14. Equipment utilization maximization We help organizations build internal competencies through building improvement teams capable of using modern quality tools and effectively and efficiently analyze and interpret data. We optimize your output and maximize your profit. We Coach , we develop and we continuously support your quality. We provide Paradigm shift and build improvement culture. We Partner with our clients, we deliver spectacular results and sustainable quality. We are VECG.... We are your success partner ... Your success is our triumph.

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Value Engineering/Value Management module I NEW

The objective of the MOD I seminar is to train participants in the application of the Value Engineering (VE) process during the project phases. The main objective of MOD I seminar is to extend the knowledge base of those who have acquired the basic VE training / knowledge and wish to apply the VE methodology as a professional in value management.

  • Duration: 40 hours
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Life Cycle Costing NEW


  • Duration: 16 hours
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