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QA QC General


QA QC General Course Content


·         Course Overview

·         Scope and nature of work

·         Course Benefits

·         Defining Quality Plan

·         Quality Control (QC)

·         Project Quality Control Plan

·         Quality Assurance (QA)

·         Characteristics Of The Construction Industry

·         Quality Management Plan

·         Structure Of QC/QA Organization

·         Responsibilities And Authorities

·         QC Submittals

·         QA Control Of Quality Records

·         Quality System Process Hierarchy

·         QC Inspection And Test Plan

·         The Applicable Codes And Specifications

·         QA QC International Codes

·         Quality Failure Conditions

·         Basics Of QA QC - Piping

·         Basics Of QA QC – Mechanical

·         Basics Of QA QC – Electrical

·         Basics Of QA QC – Instrumentation

·         Basics Of QA QC – HVAC

·         Basics Of QA QC – Civil

·         Basics Of QA QC – Painting

·         Quality FTA Analysis

·         QA QC Objectives for Production Planning

·         QA QC Stages In Production Planning and Control Function

·         Benefits of Quality Assurance and Control

·         QC Document Control & Records

·         Internal Audit

·         Monitoring And Measurement Of Processes

·         Analysis Of Quality Data

·         Control Of Non-Conformance of Products and Services

·         Corrective And Preventive Action Plan Formats

·         Product Identification & Traceability, Inspection & Test Status

·         Monitoring, Measurement & Analysis Of Customer Satisfaction

·         Conclusion

Opportunities in Industrial Sectors

The industry sector opportunities mainly comprise careers related to continuous operating plants for the following:

Chemicals, agrochemicals, petrochemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides, cement, paper, polymers, petroleum refining, power generation, oil and gas fields (onshore and offshore), industrial and scientific gas production, pharmaceuticals, breweries, distilleries, food production, processing and beverages, iron, steel and other metal refining companies, textiles and yarn.

Any Freshers/Graduate/Engineering/Polytechnic/ITI/CTI professional can join and become

Quality Control Inspector

Quality Control Engineer

Quality Control Technician

Quality Control Advisor

Quality Control Manager

Quality Control  Officer

The assessment report says that the global manufacturing sector is going through a revival phase. With an improved economic performance, the sector may help in generating about 9.2 million additional manufacturing  quality jobs by 2017.


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