TQ 003 The Role of Monitoring and Measuring for Making Decisions - CMI Approved
Lord Kelvin remarked that good management was based on making decisions based on facts. In this Unit Monitoring and Measuring for making decisions, looks at the practicalities involved in doing just that.
We look at the popular methods of collecting and analysing data, the risks involved in both taking samples and 100% data collection. How data can be collected in preparation for the next Unit Business Performance Improvement, the fallibility of the human inspector and workplace design. As with the previous Units we encourage the practice of Workplace Learning going into the workplace and seeing how the ideas in this Unit are or are not being applied and what are the consequences?
As with the other Units in this course, Quality Fundamentals, it is entirely eLearning based. It is packed with quizzes as gateways to progression. At the end of the course there is a final quiz. On satisfactory completion of the quiz you will be a awarded with the Quality Fundamentals Certificate. The course is broken down into bite sized sections with a short quiz at the end of each section. Designed to be viewed from either PC, laptop, tablet or mobile phone, you can study any time of day and pick up from where you left off. The TQ 003 The Role of Monitoring and Measuring for Making Decisions unit is made up of 10 sections:
TQ 003 The Role of Monitoring and Measuring for Making Decisions
- Getting Started for Quality Fundamentals
- A Factual Approach to Decision Making
- The Use of Statistical Data
- Collecting Data
- Types of Data and Data Collection
- Use of Charts to Analyse Data
- Use of Control Charts
- Using Data for Inspection
- Key Performance Indicators
- Using Data for Project by Project Improvement
Quality Fundamentals is designed for all levels of academic ability and is intended for the entire payroll from the CEO through to line personnel. It forms the basis of all other David Hutchins International Quality College (DHIQC) quality based courses.