CPUT Quality Control



CPUT Quality Control

CPUT Quality Control,



Preliminary Quality Control

Course Objectives



The course is designed to allow students to gain a greater understanding of the Quality Process and to manage a quality system.

Who should attend

Those working in an environment where a more in-depth knowledge of Quality Control will give them better understanding and so enhance the quality of their work.



Course Outline

The course covers the following:

  1. The function of an effective QC department.
  2. Communication and Motivation.
  3. The quality wheel.
  4. Quality department layout.
  5. The inspection programme.
  6. Sampling.
  7. Distribution Curves.
  8. The need of a Quality system.
  9. What is a Quality System.
  10. Quality Documents
  11. Document Control
  12. Inspection Control, Measuring and Test Equipment.

Assessment and certification

Group work and class attendance 20% Mid-Course Class tests 40% Final evaluation 40%

Outcomes

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

  1. Understand the Quality System and the need for a Quality System.
  2. Do a Sampling inspection.
  3. Layout a QC Department.
  4. Understand the Quality Wheel concept.

Admission requirments

None

Course Presenter

Ms Rene Weideman

Venue of tuition

Education Building (Bellville Campus)

Dates and times

First or Second Semester
Enrolment:
Registration will take place
in the Education Building
Commencement: Next course starts in 2014
Time: 18:00 – 20:00 (Tuesday & Thursday)
Duration: 40 Hours

 

Course Fee

R3400.00 Payable in full on registration

Enquiries (Points of delivery)

Centre for Continuing Education
Bellville Campus
Education Building
Symphony Road, Bellville South
P O Box 1906, Bellville
7535
Telephone: +27 21 959 6412
Fax: +27 21 959 6107
hopleyl@cput.ac.za
Contact persons: Lee Ann Hopley

Intermediate Quality Control

Course Objectives

This course is designed to give students a greater understanding in specific areas of quality control.

Who should attend

Persons who have successfully completed the Preliminary Quality Control course or have had prior practical experience in the field.

Course Outline

The course covers the following areas:

  1. Specification & Tolerances.
  2. QC Economics.
  3. Sampling Techniques
  4. Metrology
  5. Theory and Practice
  6. Process Capability Studies
  7. Methods and Requirements of Inspection.
  8. Quality Assurance
  9. The Quality System.

Outcomes

At the conclusion of the course the candidate will be able to:

  1. Understand the quality system and the need for a quality system.
  2. Do sampling inspection and how to evaluate the product.
  3. Understand sampling risks.
  4. Handle process control.
  5. Understand the difference between Quality Control and Quality Assurance.
  6. Understand the responsibility of the inspector.

Admission Requirements

Preliminary Quality Control

Venue of tuition

Education Building (Bellville Campus)

Dates and times

Bellville Campus
Enrolment: Registration will take place
in the Education Building
Commencement: Next course starts in 2014
Time: 18:00 – 20:00 (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
Duration: 40 Hours (10 Weeks)

 

Course Fee

R3300 Payable in full on registration

Enquiries (Points of delivery)

Centre for Continuing Education
Bellville Campus
Education Building
Symphony Road, Bellville South
P O Box 1906, Bellville
7535
Telephone: +27 21 959 6412
Fax: +27 21 959 6107
hopleyl@cput.ac.za
Contact persons: Lee Ann Hopley

Quality Control

  • Quality Assurance Techniques

    On successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
    Design sampling plans
    Direct process control
    Understand the methods and requirements of inspection
    Evaluate quality costs
    Understand the organizational quality responsibilities
    Analyse management and operator controllable defects.

    Offered by: Industrial Engineering Department

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  • Quality Control Techniques

    On successful completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
    Understand the Quality System and the need for a Quality System, Do a Sampling, Inspection
    Layout a QC Department,
    Do quality control,
    Understand the Quality , Wheel concept,
    Do risk identification.

    Offered by: Industrial Engineering

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  • Textile Testing

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Introduction to Pattern and Garment Technology

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Textiles and Fabrics

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Size and Fit (Workshop)

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Manpower Planning & Line Balancing (Workshop)

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Cutting Room Management

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Computer Pattern Making & Grading (Gerber)

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles



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  • Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)

    On successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
    Understand the statutory, regulatory and business requirements of GMP and the level of quality improvement GMP affords an organization. Identify risk to product or poor service delivery and apply new system methodologies to improve quality product and service.

    Offered by: Engineering

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  • Occupational Health and Safety ISO 45001:2018

    On successful completion of this course the student will have a portfolio which serves as evidence that they are able to:
    Understand the statutory, regulatory, business requirements of ISO 45001:2018 and what impact a OHSMS can have on all people in an organisation.
    Understand the non-mandatory guidelines of ISO 45001:2018.
    Prevent work related injuries and ill health to workers and provide a safe and healthy workplace where any hazards identified are eliminated.
    Design a OHSMS.

    Offered by: Engineering

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  • Manual Grading

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing and Textiles

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  • Computerised Grading (Gerber)

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Computerised Marker Making (Gerber)

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Cutting Practice: Practical

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Basic Workstudy

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Quality Control in Clothing

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Fabric Quality Inspection and Faults Classification

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Quality Awareness for Supervisors and Operators (In-House Group Training)

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Garment Specifications (Workshop)

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles

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  • Fabric Knowledge (Workshop)

    Offered by: Technology Station Clothing & Textiles



     

Quality Control Techniques

Ms. Babalwa Pupuma, Email: pupumab@cput.ac.za, Telephone: 021 953 8481
Grade 10
Persons who are working in the field of product and service quality should attend the course. The course provides in depth knowledge of Quality Control to students and will enhance the quality of their work. This includes quality managers, quality inspectors, quality control personnel, quality assurance personnel, laboratory technicians, supervisors and team leaders.
The course comprises formal lectures, practical case studies and presentations
Course Modules
Module 1: The function of an effective QC department
Module 2: Communication and motivation
Module 3: Quality Tools
Module 4: Quality department layout
Module 5: Sampling and the inspection techniques
Module 6: The Quality System defined
Module 7: Quality Control Documents
Module 8: Risk Identification
Participants will continuously be assessed by means of tests and / or assignments, etc. A Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) Certificate of Competence will be awarded to successful participants. The course content is benchmarked against level 5 of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).
On successful completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
Understand the Quality System and the need for a Quality System, Do a Sampling, Inspection
Layout a QC Department,
Do quality control,
Understand the Quality , Wheel concept,
Do risk identification.
30-35 participants
Commencement Date: 02 February – 23 March 2019
Time: 08:00-13:00 Saturdays
Duration: 40 hours (8 weeks)
Mechanical Engineering building