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Control Plan

$140.00

The THORS Control Plan course is designed to provide learners with an understanding of how to create and maintain a control plan to ensure business continuity in an organization.

Learning Hours: 1.5

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Course Description

The THORS Control Plan course is designed to provide learners with an understanding of how to create and maintain a control plan to ensure business continuity in an organization. Presented in a highly visual and interactive learning format, the course gives an overview of the various control plan inputs and categories. The course equips the learners with the knowledge to identify the control methods according to the dominant control factors in a manufacturing process. Additionally, the course demonstrates real world industrial application of a control plan through a case study.

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Who will benefit from this Control Plan course?

Marketing, Sales, Design, Engineering (Product and Process), Purchasing, Manufacturing, Quality and Service functions at organizations that require an understanding of a control plan. Any learner who is required to understand and use a control plan.

Course Classification

This manufacturing course by THORS eLearning Solutions covers identification of key terms and understanding of key concepts.

*THORS uses the Bloom’s Taxonomy Methodology for our course development.

Certificate Awarded for Control Plan

Example of certificate awarded upon successful completion of the course.

*upon successful completion

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Learning Objectives

  1. Define control plan.
  2. Explain the methodology used to create a control plan.
  3. Recognize the elements of a control plan template.
  4. Understand the required control plan inputs.
  5. Describe the different categories of control plans.
  6. Classify manufacturing processes by the dominant influencing control factors to determine the appropriate control methods.
  7. Apply real world industrial scenarios to create and maintain a control plan.
Control Plan helps reduce wastage, improves customer satisfaction, and improves communication.
Control Plan

Table of Contents

  1. Control Plan Methodology
    1. Team Formation
    2. Control Plan Template
    3. Control Plan Development
      1. Control Plan Inputs
      2. Control Plan Categories
        1. Prototype Control Plan
        2. Pre-Launch Control Plan
        3. Production Control Plan
      3. Control Factors
        1. Setup Dominant Process
        2. Tool Dominant Process
        3. Fixture Dominant Process
        4. Operator Dominant Process
        5. Material Dominant Process
        6. Preventive Maintenance Dominant Process
        7. Climate Dominant Process
      4. Control Plan Creation
        1. Initial Information
        2. Raw Material Inspection
        3. Grinding Operation
        4. Final Inspection
        5. Packing Operation
    4. Control Plan Maintenance
  2. Case Study
    1. Initial Information
    2. Raw Material Inspection
    3. Blanking Operation
    4. Piercing Operation
    5. Bending Operation
    6. Planishing Operation
    7. Deburring Operation
    8. Final Inspection
    9. Preserving Operation
    10. Packing Operation
    11. Pre-Dispatch Audit

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