Metrology is often seen as no more than the department that “manages measurement systems”. As such, senior management often considers it a cost centre. This course presents the strengths and advantages of the metrology function in the wider context of measurement quality, and the resulting decision-making process. It discusses avenues for improvement and the tools that the metrology engineer can use to enhance and develop innovative strategies while remaining strictly compliant with the relevant quality benchmarks.
Course aimed at employees seeking to further their skills in interpreting measurement results (calibration result, measurement uncertainty, risk, etc.) and to develop the company’s metrology department.
Past experience has shown that participants need a strong motivation as this course addresses topics and develops tools of a complex nature.
The participant has consolidated/updated their knowledge of metrology. They are able to develop strategies for further developing the company’s metrology department: understanding and reducing measurement risks, reducing over-quality costs, actively supporting other departments in the field of measurement, providing a rationale for strategies when answering questions from auditors
Reminder of basic metrology concepts
|FP01||Practical introduction to calibration/verification techniques in the industrial sector|
|FP02||Extra practical course component delivered via video-conference|
|FP03||Setting up the drift method with Optimu|
|FP04||Setting up the OPPERET method|
|FP05||E-LEARNING CYCLE METROLOGY AND BUSINESS RESUMPTION PLAN Let’s make a fresh start!|
|FOP01||Measuring Instrument Management Module (MIM )|
|FOP06||Administrative Management module|
|FOP07||Further Theory and Practice Module FD X07-014|