Video Enhanced On-Line Quality Assurance and Quality Control Incorporating ISO 9000

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute

£ 6,700 - (Rs 5,50,183)
VAT not incl.

Important information

  • Seminar
  • Advanced
  • Online
  • 60 hours of study
  • Duration:
    20 Days
  • When:

This course is designed for:
Quality Assurance (QA) Managers, Quality Control (QC) Managers, QA Engineers, Process Engineers, GMP Managers, Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Chief Operating Officers (COOs), Managing Directors, Auditors, Regulatory/Quality Compliance Professionals, Production Managers and Supervisors, Manufacturing Engineers, Plant and Purchasing Managers, Engineering Supervisors, Those with responsibility for implementing quality management system and Those with an interest in quality management system

Important information

Requirements: Degree or Relevant Work Experience


Where and when

Starts Location

What you'll learn on the course

ISO 9000
Quality Assurance
Quality management
Quality Training
IT Management
Basic Grammar
Bachelor degree

Course programme

Course Contents, Concepts and Issues:
  • Quality: A Definition 
  •  Clients’ Quality Consciousness 
  •  The Law and Development of Quality Assurance 
  •  Using Quality As A Tool To: 
  •  Create a positive o r g a ni s ati on al im a g e 
  •  Lower operational costs 
  •  Reduce or avert product or service liability litigation 
  •  Modern Control Systems 
  •  Management Information System 
  •  Computerised Information Systems 
  •  Information Speed 
  •  Information Retrieval 
  •  Management Accounting System 
  •  The Import- Conversion –Export Process 
  •  The Import Process 
  •  The Conversion Process 
  •  The Export Process 
  •  Operational Control System 
  •  Service Operation 
  •  Process Scheduling 
  •  Loading 
  •  Sequencing 
  •  Detailed Scheduling 
  •  Inventory Control 
  •  Cost Control 
  •  Quality Control 
  • Controlling Utilisation of Organisational Resources 
  •  Co-Ordaining As A Control Mechanism 
  • Mutual Adjustment 
  •  Direct Supervision 
  •  Standardisation of Work Process 
  •  Standardisation of Input-Skills, Knowledge And Attitudes 
  •  Standardisation of Output 
  •  Organisational Structure As A Control Function 
  •  Communication Dissemination 
  •  Decision Making Involvement 
  •  The ‘In’ Inventory 
  •  The ‘Out’ Inventory 
  •  The ‘JIT’ Inventory System 
  •  The KANBAN System 
  •  Establishing Quality Objectives 
  •  Stating Precise Objective 
  •  Setting Quality Objectives in Relation to Other Organisational Objectives 
  •  Relating Objectives to Specific Actions 
  •  Pinpointing Expected Results 
  •  Specifying When Goals are Expected to be Achieved 
  •  Distinguishing between Strategic, tactical and Operational Quality Objectives 
  •  Establishing a ‘Quality-Throughput Accounting Balance’ 
  • Continuous Improvement Programme 
  •  Just-in-Time (JIT) Compared with Material Requirements Planning (MRP) 
  •  JIT vs. MRP: Component and Material Sourcing Strategy 
  •  The Quality Benefits of JIT and MRP 
  •  The Quality Issues Involved In JIT and MRP 
  •  Kaizen or Continuous Improvement 
  •  Quality Benchmarking 
  •  Guidelines For Achieving Quality
  • Essential of ISO 9000
  • Managing Quality Achievement
  • Freedom for Defects or Deficiencies 
  • Quality and Conformity to Requirements or Specification 
  • Fitness for Use 
  • Fitness for Purpose 
  • Sustained Satisfaction 
  • Satisfactory and Unsatisfactory Quality 
  • Attainment Levels of Quality 
  • Product and Services: Classified 
  • Quality and Price 
  • Quality and Cost 
  • Quality and Design 
  • Quality, Reliability and Safety 
  • Quality Characteristics 
  • Dimensions of Quality 
  • Framework of the Standards 
  • Quality Achievement, Sustenance and Improvement: Adopting the Best Approach 
  • A Flawed Approach
  • A Systems Approach 
  • A Process Approach 
  • A Behavioural Approach
  • Requirements for Quality Management System Development 
  • Developing a Quality Management System 
  • Documenting a Quality Management System 
  • Document Control 
  • Control of Records 
  • Requirements on Management Responsibility
  • Management Commitment 
  • Customer
  • Quality Policy 
  • Quality Objectives and Planning 
  • Responsibility, Authority and Communication 
  • Management Review

Additional information

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute is registered with the UK Registry of Learning Providers (UKRLP) of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), formerly Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS). Its registration number is 10019585 and can be verified at