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APQP Training Program

Advanced Product Quality Planning is the framework of procedures and techniques used to develop products. Test.

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DFMEA – FMECA Training Program

Design Failure Modes & Effects Analysis and Failure Modes, Effects & Criticality Analysis are a step-by-step approach to identify and...

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DRBFM Training Program

Design Review Based on Failure Modes is a focused approach of mitigating change risk within the product and process design....

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PFMEA Training Program

Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis is a step-by-step approach to identify and manage the risks of failures within the...

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PPAP Training Program

Production Part Approval Process is a standardized process in the automotive and aerospace industries that helps manufacturers and suppliers communicate...

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DFM/A Training Program

Design for Manufacturing and Assembly is a combination of two methodologies; Design for Manufacture, which means the design for ease...

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DMAIC Training Program

Lean Six Sigma – A structured and disciplined approach to making fact-based decisions that cover the DMAIC phases: Define; Measure;...

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DOE Training Program

Design of experiments (DOE) – provides a systematic method to determine the relationship between factors affecting a process and the...

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Reliability Engineering Training Program

Reliability Engineering describes a focused approach to complete Reliability Engineering methods and how they will benefit your organization

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ISO 26262 Training Program

Functional Safety describes how to implement a vehicle level functional safety program, create a HARA, and understand the interactions within...

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MSA Training Program

Measurement System Analysis is an experimental and mathematical method of determining how much the variation within the measurement process contributes...

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SPC Training Program

Statistical Process Control is a scientific visual method used to monitor, control and improve processes by eliminating special cause variation...

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FTA Training Program

Fault Tree Analysis is a systematic, deductive (top-down), graphical methodology for defining a single specific undesirable event and determining all...

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MFMEA / DFM M&T Training Program

Machine Failure Modes and Effects Analysis is a methodical approach for identifying all possible equipment failures in a manufacturing or...

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RCA Training Program

Root Cause Analysis – 8D is a methodical problem-solving process that covers the three common stages of correction: ⦁ Act...

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QSB Training Program

QSB will provide a summary of how to assess shop floor manufacturing systems. Training will include control of nonconforming products,...

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Poka-Yoke Training Program

Poka-yoke is a technique for avoiding simple human error in the workplace. Also known as mistake-proofing, goof-proofing, and fail-safe work...

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ReliaTrain provides accredited training based on industry standards and best practices to support your Quality Management System

Process Awareness

Ability and knowledge to participate in  completing the FMEA Process

LEVEL 1

Competency

Ability and knowledge to lead a team in the FMEA Process

LEVEL 2

Proficient

Ability to teach and mentor Participants and Team Leads in the FMEA Process

LEVEL 3

Expert

Ability to lead an organization implementing FMEA

LEVEL 4

ReliaTrain provides accredited training based on industry standards and best practices to support your Quality Management System

DFM/A Training Program

Design for Manufacturing and Assembly is a combination of two methodologies; Design for Manufacture, which means the design for ease...

Learn More »

PFMEA Training Program

Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis is a step-by-step approach to identify and manage the risks of failures within the...

Learn More »

DRBFM Training Program

Design Review Based on Failure Modes is a focused approach of mitigating change risk within the product and process design....

Learn More »

DFMEA – FMECA Training Program

Design Failure Modes & Effects Analysis and Failure Modes, Effects & Criticality Analysis are a step-by-step approach to identify and...

Learn More »

ReliaTrain provides accredited training based on industry standards and best practices to support your Quality Management System

PFMEA Training Program

Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis is a step-by-step approach to identify and manage the risks of failures within the...

Learn More »

DRBFM Training Program

Design Review Based on Failure Modes is a focused approach of mitigating change risk within the product and process design....

Learn More »

DFMEA – FMECA Training Program

Design Failure Modes & Effects Analysis and Failure Modes, Effects & Criticality Analysis are a step-by-step approach to identify and...

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ReliaTrain provides accredited training based on industry standards and best practices to support your Quality Management System

The Training Programs We Offer

Reliatrain Course Schedule
Title Description Availability
ON SITE OFF SITE ONLINE
APQP Training Program

Advanced Product Quality Planning is the framework of procedures and techniques used to develop products. Test.

DFMEA – FMECA Training Program

Design Failure Modes & Effects Analysis and Failure Modes, Effects & Criticality Analysis are a step-by-step approach to identify and manage the risk of failure within the product design. This training provides six fundamental steps that will complete the FMEA process and meet the requirements of any industry standard or handbook.

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DRBFM Training Program

Design Review Based on Failure Modes is a focused approach of mitigating change risk within the product and process design. Based on GD3 principles and includes the introduction of Design Review Based on Test Results.

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PFMEA Training Program

Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis is a step-by-step approach to identify and manage the risks of failures within the manufacturing and assembly processes. This training includes the primary APQP manufacturing core processes of: Process Flow Diagram (PFD), PFMEA, and Control Plans (PCP).

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PPAP Training Program

Production Part Approval Process is a standardized process in the automotive and aerospace industries that helps manufacturers and suppliers communicate and approve production designs and processes before, during, and after manufacture.

DFM/A Training Program

Design for Manufacturing and Assembly is a combination of two methodologies; Design for Manufacture, which means the design for ease of manufacture of the parts that will form a product, and Design for Assembly, which means the design of the product for ease of assembly.

DMAIC Training Program

Lean Six Sigma – A structured and disciplined approach to making fact-based decisions that cover the DMAIC phases: Define; Measure; Analyze; Improve; and Control.

DOE Training Program

Design of experiments (DOE) – provides a systematic method to determine the relationship between factors affecting a process and the output of that process. 

Reliability Engineering Training Program

Reliability Engineering describes a focused approach to complete Reliability Engineering methods and how they will benefit your organization

ISO 26262 Training Program

Functional Safety describes how to implement a vehicle level functional safety program, create a HARA, and understand the interactions within the product development process.

MSA Training Program

Measurement System Analysis is an experimental and mathematical method of determining how much the variation within the measurement process contributes to overall process variability within the parameters of bias, linearity, stability, repeatability and reproducibility.

SPC Training Program

Statistical Process Control is a scientific visual method used to monitor, control and improve processes by eliminating special cause variation from manufacturing, service and financial processes.

FTA Training Program

Fault Tree Analysis is a systematic, deductive (top-down), graphical methodology for defining a single specific undesirable event and determining all possible reasons (failures) that could cause that event to occur.

MFMEA / DFM M&T Training Program

Machine Failure Modes and Effects Analysis is a methodical approach for identifying all possible equipment failures in a manufacturing or assembly process.

RCA Training Program

Root Cause Analysis – 8D is a methodical problem-solving process that covers the three common stages of correction:
⦁ Act rapidly to define immediate containment action to protect the customer.
⦁ Find and fix the root cause with a permanent corrective action on all current products.
⦁ Prevent the recurrence of the problem in the future.

QSB Training Program

QSB will provide a summary of how to assess shop floor manufacturing systems. Training will include control of nonconforming products, error proofing verification, layered process audits and supply chain management.

Poka-Yoke Training Program

Poka-yoke is a technique for avoiding simple human error in the workplace. Also known as mistake-proofing, goof-proofing, and fail-safe work methods. Poka-yoke is applied based on the results of the PFMEA and will determine actions to prevent inadvertent errors made by workers performing a process.

  • Description

    Advanced Product Quality Planning is the framework of procedures and techniques used to develop products. Test.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Design Failure Modes & Effects Analysis and Failure Modes, Effects & Criticality Analysis are a step-by-step approach to identify and manage the risk of failure within the product design. This training provides six fundamental steps that will complete the FMEA process and meet the requirements of any industry standard or handbook.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Design Review Based on Failure Modes is a focused approach of mitigating change risk within the product and process design. Based on GD3 principles and includes the introduction of Design Review Based on Test Results.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis is a step-by-step approach to identify and manage the risks of failures within the manufacturing and assembly processes. This training includes the primary APQP manufacturing core processes of: Process Flow Diagram (PFD), PFMEA, and Control Plans (PCP).

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Production Part Approval Process is a standardized process in the automotive and aerospace industries that helps manufacturers and suppliers communicate and approve production designs and processes before, during, and after manufacture.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Design for Manufacturing and Assembly is a combination of two methodologies; Design for Manufacture, which means the design for ease of manufacture of the parts that will form a product, and Design for Assembly, which means the design of the product for ease of assembly.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Lean Six Sigma – A structured and disciplined approach to making fact-based decisions that cover the DMAIC phases: Define; Measure; Analyze; Improve; and Control.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Design of experiments (DOE) – provides a systematic method to determine the relationship between factors affecting a process and the output of that process. 

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Reliability Engineering describes a focused approach to complete Reliability Engineering methods and how they will benefit your organization

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Functional Safety describes how to implement a vehicle level functional safety program, create a HARA, and understand the interactions within the product development process.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Measurement System Analysis is an experimental and mathematical method of determining how much the variation within the measurement process contributes to overall process variability within the parameters of bias, linearity, stability, repeatability and reproducibility.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Statistical Process Control is a scientific visual method used to monitor, control and improve processes by eliminating special cause variation from manufacturing, service and financial processes.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Fault Tree Analysis is a systematic, deductive (top-down), graphical methodology for defining a single specific undesirable event and determining all possible reasons (failures) that could cause that event to occur.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Machine Failure Modes and Effects Analysis is a methodical approach for identifying all possible equipment failures in a manufacturing or assembly process.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Root Cause Analysis – 8D is a methodical problem-solving process that covers the three common stages of correction:
    ⦁ Act rapidly to define immediate containment action to protect the customer.
    ⦁ Find and fix the root cause with a permanent corrective action on all current products.
    ⦁ Prevent the recurrence of the problem in the future.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    QSB will provide a summary of how to assess shop floor manufacturing systems. Training will include control of nonconforming products, error proofing verification, layered process audits and supply chain management.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE
  • Description

    Poka-yoke is a technique for avoiding simple human error in the workplace. Also known as mistake-proofing, goof-proofing, and fail-safe work methods. Poka-yoke is applied based on the results of the PFMEA and will determine actions to prevent inadvertent errors made by workers performing a process.

    Availability
    ON SITE
    OFF SITE
    ONLINE

Our detailed approach to training supports the Quality Management System (QMS) for organizations in any industry.

ReliaTrain achieved accreditation by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) in 2017.

ReliaTrain complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices.

ReliaTrain is authorized to issue the “IACET CEU.” Earning CEUs benefits Professional Engineers and Certified Professionals who want to maintain their licenses and accreditations.

ReliaTrain can help your organization improve proficiency and develop internal Certified Professionals.

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The focus of ReliaTrain training is building a sustainable Quality Culture and a value-added engineering environment. Our training:
  • Provides a technical understanding of each engineering process
  • Eliminate bottlenecks that cause process inefficiency
  • Defines the interaction between product and process
  • Shows how each process fits within the overall Systems Engineering Product Development process
  • Instills a collaborative engineering environment where everyone challenges their technical knowledge to deliver a safe and reliable product.
Our objective is to create an organizational quality culture that values technical proficiency. Our training and mentoring support organizations that strive to gain a competitive advantage by continuous improvement of technical knowledge.

ReliaTrain monitors the growing demands in quality and reliability techniques and updates our training materials to meet changes in industry standards.

ReliaTrain provides training to fit your needs and your schedule.

  • Our self-paced Online training is accessible 24/7 with downloadable reference materials and audio/video training accredited by IACET It supports lean organizations that need to balance training while completing daily assignments, provides anytime access to process fundamentals, and serves as an on-going refresher for up to one year. Upon successful completion of the Online Training, each participant will receive a "ReliaTrain Certificate” of completion and any associated CEUs.
  • We offer Onsite training that is designed to be relevant to your organization and focused around your company’s products and processes. An experienced ReliaTrain instructor will lead your team through a focused training that will enable them to have a working example to reference for current or future projects. Onsite participants will receive an added benefit of access to the Online training to use as an on-going refresher for up to one year. Successful completion of the approved training will receive a “ReliaTrain Certificate” of completion and any associated CEUs.
  • ReliaTrain Offsite training showcases various Systems Engineering processes throughout the year. Participants develop proficiency by going through the training, but also gain perspective by working with people from different industries. Offsite participants will receive an added benefit of access to the Online training to use as an on-going refresher for up to one year. Successful completion of the approved training will receive a “ReliaTrain Certificate” of completion and any associated CEUs.

ReliaTrain is offering organizations and individuals the opportunity to establish proven knowledge of the engineering core tools for quality and reliability risk assessment. A design organization may either focus on Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (DFMEA) or Design Review Based on Failure Modes (DRBFM). A manufacturing and assembly organization would focus on Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (PFMEA).

ReliaTrain Certifies 4 Levels of Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (DFMEA), Design Review Based on Failure Modes (DRBFM), and Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (PFMEA). ReliaTrain can tailor the criteria to meet your organizations unique product and processes.

  • Process Awareness- Ability and knowledge to participate in completing the FMEA Process
  • Competency- Ability and knowledge to lead a team in the FMEA Process
  • Proficient- Ability to teach and mentor Participants and Team Leads in the FMEA Process
  • Expert- Ability to lead an organization implementing FMEA
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The benefits of ReliaTrain Accreditation:

  • Customer confidence in your organization’s ability to meet their risk analysis requirements
  • Management confidence in the design organization’s ability to deliver a safe, reliable, and quality product within the defined cost and timing
  • Management confidence in manufacturing and assembly organization’s ability to deliver a defect-free product that meets defined requirements
  • ustomer confidence in organization’s ability to provide resources that are proficient in quality core tools
  • Individual credibility when interviewing for a technical position
  • Patient confidence that their healthcare provider or hospital environment is safe and focused on their best interests

Level One: Awarenes:

Upon completion of Level One accreditation the participant will be able to:

  • List Planning criteria based on organization and Industry Standards
  • List Preparation criteria based on organization and Industry Standards
  • List Risk Assessment technique based on organization and Industry Standards
  • List Risk Ranking techniques based on organization and Industry Standards
  • List Actions definition and Actions closure techniques based on organization and Industry Standards
  • List Communication and Feedback Loop techniques based on organization and Industry Standards

Level Two: Competency

Upon completion of Level Two accreditation the participant will have completed the following:

  • Level One accreditation for DFMEA, DRBFM, or PFMEA
  • Passed the following additional core tool training with certificate:
    -DFMEA
    -DRBFM
    -PFMEA
    -Machine Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (MFMEA)
    -Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM/A)
    -Poka-Yoke
    -List the interactions between the product and process risk analysis processes
  • Led at least two Approved projects (DFMEA, DRBFM, or PFMEA)
  • Proven facilitation skills in the selected process
  • Signed approval by management on at least two completed projects

Level Three: Proficiency

Upon completion of Level Three accreditation the participant will have completed the following:

  • Level Two accreditation for DFMEA, DRBFM, or PFMEA
  • Passed the following additional core tool training with certificate:
    -APQP / PPAP
    -Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
    -Functional Safety
    -Root Cause Analysis (RCA-8D)
    -Quality System Basics (QSB) -Measurement System Analysis (MSA)
    -Statistical Process Control (SPC) -List the interactions between the product and process risk analysis processes
  • Led the completion of at least four Approved projects (DFMEA, DRBFM, or PFMEA)
  • Mentored at least two people through Level Two accreditation
  • Trained at least two groups in risk analysis (DFMEA, DRBFM, or PFMEA) training

Level Four: Expert

Upon completion of Level Four accreditation the participant will have completed the following:

  • Level Three accreditation for DFMEA, DRBFM, or PFMEA
  • Passed the following additional core tool training with certificate for those selecting DFMEA or DRBFM:
    -Reliability Engineering
    -Design of Experiments (DOE)
    -Lean Six Sigma (DMAIC)
    -List the interactions between the product and process risk analysis processes
  • Led the completion of at least six Approved projects (DFMEA, DRBFM, or PFMEA)
  • Mentored at least four people through Level Two accreditation
  • Mentored at least two people through Level Three accreditation
  • Signed approval by management on the six completed projects
  • Conducted risk analysis training for at least four groups in both design (DFMEA or DRBFM) and manufacturing (PFMEA)