Event Type Industry Events

december

07dec8:00 am12:00 pmConnecting with Millennials in the Workplace

Event Details

The Advanced Institute for Manufacturing Presents:  Connecting with Millennials in the Workplace
A Workshop for C-Level Executives and Supervisors
Date: Thursday, December 7, 2017
Time: 8 AM – 12 noon
Place: thINCubator, 326 Broad St., Utica, NY

 This workshop will examine the definition, values, behaviors, workplace attitudes and needs of millennials and develop strategies on how best to recruit, train, incentivize and retain them. Click here for more information.

 Guest Speaker: John Zogby (Click here for a brief biography.)

 Price: $49 (Registration costs for the first 30 attendees will be underwritten by AIM.)

 Workshop Format:

7:30 – Check in and light breakfast
8:00 – Keynote by John Zogby followed by a Q&A session
9:30 – Panel discussion featuring local millennials
11:00 – Strategies for integrating needs of employers and millennials in the workplace

Pre-registration is required! • Registration deadline is November 30.

Time

(Thursday) 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location

thINCubator

Organizer

The Advanced Institute for Manufacturing

january

11jan(jan 11)8:30 am31may(may 31)11:30 amCertified Production Technician

Event Details

Certified Production Technician (CPT) training provides the core knowledge and skills required for frontline manufacturing jobs. Curriculum is provided by the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC), a national training, assessment, and certification system. Content is based on industry-defined and federally-endorsed national standards, and prepares candidates for entry-level to supervisory production roles. The course educates candidates in four production modules: safety, quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness.

 

This training is a blend of 109 hours of online learning supported by classroom-based mentoring. Candidates earn the portable CPT certification after passing all four production module exams. The CPT is accredited under the only global certification body for manufacturers, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI-ISO 17024).

 

Register here: http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/cpt/

Time

January 11 (Thursday) 8:30 am - May 31 (Thursday) 11:30 am

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

TCIE University of Buffalo

17jan(jan 17)6:00 pm28mar(mar 28)9:00 pmCertified Quality Auditor Preparation

Event Details

This course prepares individuals for the American Society of Quality (ASQ) Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) exam through a detailed examination of the CQA Body of Knowledge, as well as a tour through the internal audits required for a quality management system based on the ISO 9001 Standard. Participants will be exposed to foundational auditing concepts, and principles and practices of effective internal audits in accordance with ISO 19011. They will gain the skills needed to conduct all phases of an internal audit and prepare effective reports. Training features classroom tutorials, practical role-playing, group workshops, and open forum discussions.

Register here: http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/cqa/

Time

January 17 (Wednesday) 6:00 pm - March 28 (Wednesday) 9:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

23jan1:00 pm2:00 pmFeaturedJump Start Continuous Improvement in Your Manufacturing BusinessMore Easily Achieve Your Business Transformation Goals Using the Proven

Event Details

More Easily Achieve Your Business Transformation Goals Using the Proven “Leverage Points” Methodology

Agenda
– 1:00PM-1:05PM
Introduction by FuzeHub (Tentatively Steve Melito)
– 1:05-1:45PM
Continuous Improvement Presentation by experts, Brent Wahba and Beau Keyte
-1:45-1:55PM Q&A
What Your Local MEP Has to Offer – FuzeHub
– 1:55-2:00PM

Learn more

 

About
Not all manufacturing businesses want or even need extensive (and expensive!) transformation programs. There are, however, still systemic problems that most leaders need to address such as: unachievable strategies, unclear priorities, misaligned processes, and detrimental behaviors that are harming the overall business.
In this webinar, Beau Keyte and Brent Wahba, internationally recognized experts in organizational change, will introduce you to the “Leverage Points” transformation methodology. Developed and tested over the past 10 years, this process emerged from studying how successful organizations really evolve by implementing small, situation-specific changes to create focus, alignment, and an achievable plan for driving results.
Webinar participants will have the opportunity to learn and ask questions about:
• The hidden impact of non-value added and strategically-misaligned activities
• Why small, simple changes are often more effective at driving results than big, complex transformations
• How to use Leverage Points to uncover systemic problems, create simple, situation-specific solutions, and implement with minimal disruption and stress
• Why socialization and experimentation are critical elements of lasting change
• How to determine if Leverage Points is right for your organization and where to start
Who should attend:
• CEOS / COOS / CXOS, General Managers, Sector Leaders
• Function VPs / Directors / Leaders
Transformation & Continuous Improvement Leaders

Time

(Tuesday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Location

Webinar

Organizer

FuzeHub

25jan(jan 25)6:00 pm19jul(jul 19)9:00 pmCertified Lean Professional

Event Details

This certification program, for professionals whose role requires mid-level expertise of Lean, begins with an introductory session and continues with specific tools. Also included is “The Kaizen Event,” which utilizes a variety of tools to implement a continual improvement project. All of the 11 three-hour sessions are packed with a mix of theory and practice. Candidates will be challenged to apply the theory they have learned in practical exercises drawn from the instructor’s experience in implementing Lean, and will be exposed to the challenges faced during actual Lean implementations. They will learn about using metrics to measure improvements and how these metrics need to tie into their organization’s strategic plan. Certification requires passing a final exam and completing a successful Lean project. The course includes one 30-minute, one-on-one project review session.

Register here: http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/clp/

Time

January 25 (Thursday) 6:00 pm - July 19 (Thursday) 9:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

29jan(jan 29)8:00 am16jul(jul 16)12:00 pmCertified Green Belt Transactional – Blended

Event Details

Developed with service industry businesses in mind but applicable across all disciplines, this course enhances candidates’ problem-solving abilities and engages them in Lean Six Sigma’s industry-tested system for process variation reduction. Through finance, government and health care examples, each session teaches the candidate how to apply the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology within their specific project environment, setting a goal of financial benefit and organizational improvement. Through the DMAIC model, candidates receive a comprehensive framework for project management, which places strategic emphasis on team building and root cause analysis. Additionally, candidates will learn how to use process mapping, perform data collection, and apply basic statistics and graphical analysis.

The course consists of 54 hours of online education, classroom-based instruction and learning remotely through webinars, all from a Master Black Belt. Candidates earn certification by passing an exam and undertaking and documenting an individual process improvement project at the candidate’s place of work or a qualified host company/organization.

 

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/gbt/

Time

January 29 (Monday) 8:00 am - July 16 (Monday) 12:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

30janalldayalldayRoot Cause Analysis & Corrective Action Training

Event Details

This interactive, one-day training program is designed to improve the problem-solving skills of all employee levels in any industry – from health care and finance to human services and manufacturing – by providing an understanding of the processes and techniques for root cause analysis and effective corrective action. The course presents the methodology and tools for determining the root cause of nonconformances, which allows for implementation of corrective action to prevent the problem from occurring again. Concepts will be demonstrated through case studies and group workshop exercises.

 

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/rca/

Time

All Day (Tuesday)

Location

Hyatt Place Amherst

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

february

11jan(jan 11)8:30 am31may(may 31)11:30 amCertified Production Technician

Event Details

Certified Production Technician (CPT) training provides the core knowledge and skills required for frontline manufacturing jobs. Curriculum is provided by the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC), a national training, assessment, and certification system. Content is based on industry-defined and federally-endorsed national standards, and prepares candidates for entry-level to supervisory production roles. The course educates candidates in four production modules: safety, quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness.

 

This training is a blend of 109 hours of online learning supported by classroom-based mentoring. Candidates earn the portable CPT certification after passing all four production module exams. The CPT is accredited under the only global certification body for manufacturers, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI-ISO 17024).

 

Register here: http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/cpt/

Time

January 11 (Thursday) 8:30 am - May 31 (Thursday) 11:30 am

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

TCIE University of Buffalo

17jan(jan 17)6:00 pm28mar(mar 28)9:00 pmCertified Quality Auditor Preparation

Event Details

This course prepares individuals for the American Society of Quality (ASQ) Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) exam through a detailed examination of the CQA Body of Knowledge, as well as a tour through the internal audits required for a quality management system based on the ISO 9001 Standard. Participants will be exposed to foundational auditing concepts, and principles and practices of effective internal audits in accordance with ISO 19011. They will gain the skills needed to conduct all phases of an internal audit and prepare effective reports. Training features classroom tutorials, practical role-playing, group workshops, and open forum discussions.

Register here: http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/cqa/

Time

January 17 (Wednesday) 6:00 pm - March 28 (Wednesday) 9:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

25jan(jan 25)6:00 pm19jul(jul 19)9:00 pmCertified Lean Professional

Event Details

This certification program, for professionals whose role requires mid-level expertise of Lean, begins with an introductory session and continues with specific tools. Also included is “The Kaizen Event,” which utilizes a variety of tools to implement a continual improvement project. All of the 11 three-hour sessions are packed with a mix of theory and practice. Candidates will be challenged to apply the theory they have learned in practical exercises drawn from the instructor’s experience in implementing Lean, and will be exposed to the challenges faced during actual Lean implementations. They will learn about using metrics to measure improvements and how these metrics need to tie into their organization’s strategic plan. Certification requires passing a final exam and completing a successful Lean project. The course includes one 30-minute, one-on-one project review session.

Register here: http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/clp/

Time

January 25 (Thursday) 6:00 pm - July 19 (Thursday) 9:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

29jan(jan 29)8:00 am16jul(jul 16)12:00 pmCertified Green Belt Transactional – Blended

Event Details

Developed with service industry businesses in mind but applicable across all disciplines, this course enhances candidates’ problem-solving abilities and engages them in Lean Six Sigma’s industry-tested system for process variation reduction. Through finance, government and health care examples, each session teaches the candidate how to apply the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology within their specific project environment, setting a goal of financial benefit and organizational improvement. Through the DMAIC model, candidates receive a comprehensive framework for project management, which places strategic emphasis on team building and root cause analysis. Additionally, candidates will learn how to use process mapping, perform data collection, and apply basic statistics and graphical analysis.

The course consists of 54 hours of online education, classroom-based instruction and learning remotely through webinars, all from a Master Black Belt. Candidates earn certification by passing an exam and undertaking and documenting an individual process improvement project at the candidate’s place of work or a qualified host company/organization.

 

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/gbt/

Time

January 29 (Monday) 8:00 am - July 16 (Monday) 12:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

14feb8:00 am14mar12:00 pmManufacturing Safety

Event Details

This course provides participants with an understanding of safety hazards and safety-enhancing workplace practices. It is appropriate for all employees working in a manufacturing setting, and serves as a tool for employers to keep employees healthy and productive by strengthening their company’s safety culture.

The 32-hour training combines materials from the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) that are focused on manufacturing-specific safety issues, with more prescriptive content from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Outreach Training Program. The curriculum explores unsafe conditions, as well as the processes and procedures that rectify them and create a safer work environment. Participants complete MSSC’s online-based safety module and attend a classroom-based OSHA-authorized portion that features lectures, videos, and hands-on group exercises.

Upon successfully passing an MSSC exam and OSHA-authorized classroom activities, participants will receive: a Safety Certificate from MSSC, an OSHA Outreach Training 10-hour course completion certificate, and an OSHA 10-hour General Industry card.

 

http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/safety/

Time

February 14 (Wednesday) 8:00 am - March 14 (Wednesday) 12:00 pm

Location

Hyatt Place Amherst

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

27feb8:00 am5:00 pmIntro to FMEA

Event Details

This one-day course is recommended for design and manufacturing engineers, as well as quality managers/engineers, who are involved in the product development process and want to learn how to avoid potential failures in design. It presents an overview of the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) approach and demonstrates how it promotes robust product design and manufacturing. Participants will learn how FMEA tools and teams can improve product reliability and contribute toward risk management. An interactive case study exercise will be performed to illustrate a practical application of the FMEA technique.

http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/fmea/

 

Time

(Tuesday) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

28feb8:00 am5:00 pmKaizen and VSM

Event Details

This one-day seminar applicable to any industry focuses on Kaizen, an activity aimed at streamlining a select process, and the use of VSM as a critically important analysis tool in laying the foundation for meaningful performance improvement. The seminar is appropriate for everyone from Lean rookies to those who have been disappointed in previous Kaizen and VSM activities, and is especially useful for those leading an improvement effort.

 

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/kaizen/

Time

(Wednesday) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

march

11jan(jan 11)8:30 am31may(may 31)11:30 amCertified Production Technician

Event Details

Certified Production Technician (CPT) training provides the core knowledge and skills required for frontline manufacturing jobs. Curriculum is provided by the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC), a national training, assessment, and certification system. Content is based on industry-defined and federally-endorsed national standards, and prepares candidates for entry-level to supervisory production roles. The course educates candidates in four production modules: safety, quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness.

 

This training is a blend of 109 hours of online learning supported by classroom-based mentoring. Candidates earn the portable CPT certification after passing all four production module exams. The CPT is accredited under the only global certification body for manufacturers, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI-ISO 17024).

 

Register here: http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/cpt/

Time

January 11 (Thursday) 8:30 am - May 31 (Thursday) 11:30 am

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

TCIE University of Buffalo

17jan(jan 17)6:00 pm28mar(mar 28)9:00 pmCertified Quality Auditor Preparation

Event Details

This course prepares individuals for the American Society of Quality (ASQ) Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) exam through a detailed examination of the CQA Body of Knowledge, as well as a tour through the internal audits required for a quality management system based on the ISO 9001 Standard. Participants will be exposed to foundational auditing concepts, and principles and practices of effective internal audits in accordance with ISO 19011. They will gain the skills needed to conduct all phases of an internal audit and prepare effective reports. Training features classroom tutorials, practical role-playing, group workshops, and open forum discussions.

Register here: http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/cqa/

Time

January 17 (Wednesday) 6:00 pm - March 28 (Wednesday) 9:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

25jan(jan 25)6:00 pm19jul(jul 19)9:00 pmCertified Lean Professional

Event Details

This certification program, for professionals whose role requires mid-level expertise of Lean, begins with an introductory session and continues with specific tools. Also included is “The Kaizen Event,” which utilizes a variety of tools to implement a continual improvement project. All of the 11 three-hour sessions are packed with a mix of theory and practice. Candidates will be challenged to apply the theory they have learned in practical exercises drawn from the instructor’s experience in implementing Lean, and will be exposed to the challenges faced during actual Lean implementations. They will learn about using metrics to measure improvements and how these metrics need to tie into their organization’s strategic plan. Certification requires passing a final exam and completing a successful Lean project. The course includes one 30-minute, one-on-one project review session.

Register here: http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/clp/

Time

January 25 (Thursday) 6:00 pm - July 19 (Thursday) 9:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

29jan(jan 29)8:00 am16jul(jul 16)12:00 pmCertified Green Belt Transactional – Blended

Event Details

Developed with service industry businesses in mind but applicable across all disciplines, this course enhances candidates’ problem-solving abilities and engages them in Lean Six Sigma’s industry-tested system for process variation reduction. Through finance, government and health care examples, each session teaches the candidate how to apply the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology within their specific project environment, setting a goal of financial benefit and organizational improvement. Through the DMAIC model, candidates receive a comprehensive framework for project management, which places strategic emphasis on team building and root cause analysis. Additionally, candidates will learn how to use process mapping, perform data collection, and apply basic statistics and graphical analysis.

The course consists of 54 hours of online education, classroom-based instruction and learning remotely through webinars, all from a Master Black Belt. Candidates earn certification by passing an exam and undertaking and documenting an individual process improvement project at the candidate’s place of work or a qualified host company/organization.

 

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/gbt/

Time

January 29 (Monday) 8:00 am - July 16 (Monday) 12:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

14feb8:00 am14mar12:00 pmManufacturing Safety

Event Details

This course provides participants with an understanding of safety hazards and safety-enhancing workplace practices. It is appropriate for all employees working in a manufacturing setting, and serves as a tool for employers to keep employees healthy and productive by strengthening their company’s safety culture.

The 32-hour training combines materials from the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) that are focused on manufacturing-specific safety issues, with more prescriptive content from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Outreach Training Program. The curriculum explores unsafe conditions, as well as the processes and procedures that rectify them and create a safer work environment. Participants complete MSSC’s online-based safety module and attend a classroom-based OSHA-authorized portion that features lectures, videos, and hands-on group exercises.

Upon successfully passing an MSSC exam and OSHA-authorized classroom activities, participants will receive: a Safety Certificate from MSSC, an OSHA Outreach Training 10-hour course completion certificate, and an OSHA 10-hour General Industry card.

 

http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/safety/

Time

February 14 (Wednesday) 8:00 am - March 14 (Wednesday) 12:00 pm

Location

Hyatt Place Amherst

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

05mar(mar 5)8:00 am07(mar 7)5:00 pmISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor

Event Details

This training is based on the new version of the ISO 9001 Standard – including the requirement for risk-based thinking – and provides participants with the skills necessary to perform internal process audits in manufacturing, service and public service sectors. It features a detailed review of the standard, audit activities and techniques, objective evidence to gather, and third-party external auditor expectations for determining ISO 9001:2015 compliance. Training focuses on the business approach to process performance and compliance.

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/iso-90012015/

 

Time

5 (Monday) 8:00 am - 7 (Wednesday) 5:00 pm

Location

Hyatt Place Amherst

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

14mar8:00 am5:00 pmFinance for Non-Financial Managers

Event Details

This one-day course is designed for the manager who does not possess a significant financial background, but whose performance would be enhanced with a working knowledge of financial management. Participants will become familiar with common financial measures, their applications, and the effect they have on the bottom line and enterprise evaluation. Upon course completion, participants will be better equipped to identify financial characteristics of a well-run company, as well as areas needing improvement.

 

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/finance/

Time

(Wednesday) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

26marallday28alldayFeaturedAdvanced Energy Conference 2018

Event Details

The Future of Energy is Here – our theme for AEC 2018, will demonstrate how the decades of research and development  in renewables, batteries and other technologies are realizing their potential – here today – as vibrant sectors of our economy. Join us and celebrate our industry’s achievements in new areas of power generation, witness promising new areas of research, and network with the leaders who are exploring those technologies and shaping global energy policies. Learn more

Time

march 26 (Monday) - 28 (Wednesday)

Location

Marriot Marquis

1535 Broadway

april

11jan(jan 11)8:30 am31may(may 31)11:30 amCertified Production Technician

Event Details

Certified Production Technician (CPT) training provides the core knowledge and skills required for frontline manufacturing jobs. Curriculum is provided by the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC), a national training, assessment, and certification system. Content is based on industry-defined and federally-endorsed national standards, and prepares candidates for entry-level to supervisory production roles. The course educates candidates in four production modules: safety, quality practices and measurement, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness.

 

This training is a blend of 109 hours of online learning supported by classroom-based mentoring. Candidates earn the portable CPT certification after passing all four production module exams. The CPT is accredited under the only global certification body for manufacturers, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI-ISO 17024).

 

Register here: http://tcie.buffalo.edu/product/cpt/

Time

January 11 (Thursday) 8:30 am - May 31 (Thursday) 11:30 am

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

TCIE University of Buffalo

25jan(jan 25)6:00 pm19jul(jul 19)9:00 pmCertified Lean Professional

Event Details

This certification program, for professionals whose role requires mid-level expertise of Lean, begins with an introductory session and continues with specific tools. Also included is “The Kaizen Event,” which utilizes a variety of tools to implement a continual improvement project. All of the 11 three-hour sessions are packed with a mix of theory and practice. Candidates will be challenged to apply the theory they have learned in practical exercises drawn from the instructor’s experience in implementing Lean, and will be exposed to the challenges faced during actual Lean implementations. They will learn about using metrics to measure improvements and how these metrics need to tie into their organization’s strategic plan. Certification requires passing a final exam and completing a successful Lean project. The course includes one 30-minute, one-on-one project review session.

Register here: http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/clp/

Time

January 25 (Thursday) 6:00 pm - July 19 (Thursday) 9:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

29jan(jan 29)8:00 am16jul(jul 16)12:00 pmCertified Green Belt Transactional – Blended

Event Details

Developed with service industry businesses in mind but applicable across all disciplines, this course enhances candidates’ problem-solving abilities and engages them in Lean Six Sigma’s industry-tested system for process variation reduction. Through finance, government and health care examples, each session teaches the candidate how to apply the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology within their specific project environment, setting a goal of financial benefit and organizational improvement. Through the DMAIC model, candidates receive a comprehensive framework for project management, which places strategic emphasis on team building and root cause analysis. Additionally, candidates will learn how to use process mapping, perform data collection, and apply basic statistics and graphical analysis.

The course consists of 54 hours of online education, classroom-based instruction and learning remotely through webinars, all from a Master Black Belt. Candidates earn certification by passing an exam and undertaking and documenting an individual process improvement project at the candidate’s place of work or a qualified host company/organization.

 

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/gbt/

Time

January 29 (Monday) 8:00 am - July 16 (Monday) 12:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

10apr8:00 am5:00 pm5S and Standardized Work

Event Details

Organization – of both the physical environment (5S) and process steps (Standardized Work) – can prevent a lot of headaches. This one-day seminar focuses on the true meaning and spirit of these two tools that are integral to the Lean methodology of reducing waste. Participants who work in any industry and role will understand how to use them correctly: as a solution to the root cause of a problem. The seminar includes tips, tools, interactive discussion, hands-on activity, and action items for mobilizing a “get organized” effort the very next day. It is appropriate for individuals with no Lean background and those who want to learn from past failures of 5S or Standardized Work initiatives, and is especially useful for those leading an improvement effort.

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/5s/

 

 

Time

(Tuesday) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location

Hyatt Place Amherst

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

25apr8:00 am5:00 pmIntro to Document Control

Event Details

This interactive, one-day workshop is designed for anyone responsible for writing or controlling instructional documents, such as procedures, work instructions and standard operating procedures (SOPs). Participants will learn the characteristics of effective documentation and the process of document control, which assists in preventing ISO system audit nonconformances, as well as making an organization more efficient. During the second half of the day, participants will use an actual activity at their place of employment to create an outline and devise primary components of an instructional document.

 

http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/product/document

Time

(Wednesday) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location

University at Buffalo

Organizer

University at Buffalo TCIE

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