MANAGE FAILURE ANALYSIS THROUGH SYSTEMATIC APPROACH

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Objective

To equip participant with the knowledge and abilities to carry out effective failure analysis. To help the participant to understand and apply the appropriate system approach.

Duration

2 days | 830am – 530pm | 16 hours

Who Should Attend

They learners should have at least 2 years working experience so that they can apply their learning at work-place especially in a team-based context.

Pre-requisite

The learners should have at least 2 years working experience with at least GCE O level certificate and assuming a position of superviso-ry level and above in an organization and be able to:

  • Communicate ideas and information to others
  • Solve problems using logical thinking process
  • Collect and organise information to review data critically
  • Plan activities to complete work activities
  • Receptive to learning and willing to apply it at workplace

Course Fees

S$620.60

Registration Fee of S$17.12 apply.
SDF funding & SkillsFuture applicable
All fees stated are inclusive of 7% GST

Award of Certificate

WSQ SOA will be issued to participants who have attended 75% of the course and successfully passed the assessment.

Course Content

Total Training Hours: 16 hours
  • Section 1: Course Overview  0/0

  • Section 2: Learning Unit 1 - The Need for Failutre Analysis  0/3

    • Lecture2.1
      Overview of Failure Analysis
    • Lecture2.2
      Introduction of the systematic approach to Failure Analysis
    • Lecture2.3
      Failure Analysis Overall Process – 3 Distinct phases of the Failure Analysis Procedure
  • Section 3: Learning Unit 2 - Perform Failure Analysis  0/34

    • Lecture3.1
      Phase 1 – Review on Failure Feedback (Plan)
    • Lecture3.2
      – Gather Data of Defects
    • Lecture3.3
      – Investigation
    • Lecture3.4
      Phase 2 – Failure Analysis (Do) – Laboratory and Reliability Test
    • Lecture3.5
      – How to Conduct a Technical Failure Analysis
    • Lecture3.6
      – Type of Failure in different industries
    • Lecture3.7
      – Electrical Failures
    • Lecture3.8
      – Failure of electronic components
    • Lecture3.9
      – Non-destructive testing (NDT)
    • Lecture3.10
      – Failure Analysis Laboratory Test equipment
    • Lecture3.11
      – Metallurgical Testing
    • Lecture3.12
      – Reliability Test
    • Lecture3.13
      – Laboratory Accreditation Scheme
    • Lecture3.14
      Phase 2 – Failure Analysis (Do) – Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
    • Lecture3.15
      – Two Categories of FMEA
    • Lecture3.16
      – How to perform FMEA
    • Lecture3.17
      – Structure Analysis
    • Lecture3.18
      Group Discussions
    • Lecture3.19
      Phase 2 – Failure Analysis (Do) – Corrective and Preventive Action Stage
    • Lecture3.20
      – Corrective and Preventive Action
    • Lecture3.21
      – Root Cause Analysis Tools and Techniques
    • Lecture3.22
      – Cause and Effect Diagram
    • Lecture3.23
      – 5 Why Analysis
    • Lecture3.24
      – Limitations of the 5 Whys
    • Lecture3.25
      – Implementation Plan
    • Lecture3.26
      – 8D Approach
    • Lecture3.27
      – Relationship Between FMEA and Root Cause Failure Analysis
    • Lecture3.28
      – Monitor the action and evaluation the effectiveness
    • Lecture3.29
      Section 4: Learning Unit 3 – Post Failure Analysis
    • Lecture3.30
      Phase 3 – Communication / Standardisation (Check, Act)
    • Lecture3.31
      – Results of Analysis are communicated via various reporting mechanism
    • Lecture3.32
      – Management of change
    • Lecture3.33
      – Control of document and records Procedure
    • Lecture3.34
      Group Discussions

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FAILURE ANALYSIS