The Education Committee has been busy. They are offering these courses coming up early this year. Share this information with professional friends and co-workers.
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ES 244 Root Cause Analysis – February 21, 2018
ES 131 ASQ Introduction to Quality Inspection Tools – March 13, 2018
QM 421 ASQ Risk Management/Risk Analysis – March 14, 2018
ES 211 ASQ Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) – March 22, 2018
QM 301 Basic Quality Tools for Process Improvement – March 28, 2018
ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) Exam Prep/Refresher Course – ONLINE ONLY
Can’t Attend Classes Offsite? Bring the class to you at your work location.
Advantages of On-site Workshops
- Your organizations establishes the schedule
- Direct application of quality tools to issues facing your organization
- A discount for an on-site workshop
The Mid-Atlantic Alliance for Performance Excellence (MAAPE), a Baldrige-based awards program serving Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, is seeking applicants and examiners for its 2018 Awards cycle.
MAAPE is a 501c(3) nonprofit corporation that helps all types of organizations improve their performance and outcomes, including productivity, workforce engagement, competitiveness, and customer and stakeholder satisfaction. The MAAPE process is modeled after the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, which uses specific criteria to perform low-cost, non-prescriptive assessments that address each applicant’s unique challenges. Intent to Apply forms are due by January 5, 2018 with applications submitted by mid-March. MAAPE is also seeking examiners, volunteers who want to help drive breakthrough improvement in their own organizations, and learn and promote role-model practices. They are selected based on knowledge of the Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence, industry expertise, communication and leadership skills, and team-participation experience. Examiner applications are due by January 12, 2018.
Participating in the MAAPE Awards process goes beyond receiving recognition as a regional role model. Every applicant receives a feedback report detailing strengths and opportunities to continue improving its performance. Submitting an application is a practical step organizations can take to help achieve their goals. Direct questions to Robert Bitner, MAAPE’s president and chief executive officer.