Professional Diploma in Engineering Management

DURATION:
100 hours
ID:
PD005

Location

UAE, Jordan, Online Training

The Professional Diploma in Engineering Management is designed to prepare technical managers from fields of engineering, science, math and computer to manage more effectively within technologically-based organizations and to promote entrepreneurial activities in the formation of new business enterprises.

Who should attend?

  • Engineers or scientists currently in engineering management positions who seek the knowledge and skills that will improve their effectiveness and help them advance in the field.
  • Engineers or scientists who want to prepare themselves for engineering management or technical management positions and require the necessary training

Diploma Modules

  • Module 1: Project Management  Professional                  
  • Module 2 : Statistics & Quality Control
  • Module 3: Total Quality Management                              
  • Module 4: Risk Management                     
  • Module 5: Six Sigma                    

 Outlines:

 Module 1:  Project Management Professional

This module provides an overview of the project environment, life-cycle and organization. It provides detailed coverage of the ten knowledge areas defined in the PMBOK® GuideFifth Edition:

  • Scope Management
  • Time Management
  • Cost Management
  • Quality Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Communications Management
  • Risk Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Integration Management

Module 2: Applied Engineering Statistics and Analysis

  • Introduction to Statistics and data description
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Variation and Dispersion
  • Graphical presentation
  • Sampling Distribution
  • Discrete Probability Distribution
  • Normal Distribution
  • Case Study
  • Continuous Probability Distribution
  • Parameter Estimation
  • Testing of Hypotheses
  • Case Study
  • Simple Linear regression
  • Multiple Linear Regression
  • ANOVA Tables
  • Case Study

Module 3: Total Quality Management & Quality Control

  • What is Quality?
  • Defining Total Quality Management.
  • TQM Pioneers (Deming, Juran, Crosby and others)
  • The different approaches to implementation TQM.
  • Excellence awards
  • Quality Benefits
    • Quality and profitability
    • Benefits to employees, organizations customers and society
    • Why Quality is a concern
  • Quality Evolution
    • Reactive Approach
    • Proactive Approach
  • The relationship between TQM and ISO:
    • Definition of ISO
    • Relationship between ISO and TQM
  • Total Quality Tools:
    • Quality control chart
    • Cause effect diagram
    • Pareto chart
    • Brain Storming
    • Process capability
    • Quality Function Deployment QFD
    • Statistical Process Control
    • Control Chart for Variables
    • Control Charts for Attributes
  • Introduction to Six Sigma
  • Introduction to Design of Experiments
  • Quality Assurance

Module 4: Risk Management

  • Definition of Risk, and Risk Management
  • Advantages of Risk Management
  • Certainty, Risk, and Uncertainty
  • Risk Management Process
  • Risk Planning
  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Handling
  • Risk Monitoring
  • Crisis Management
  • Emergency Management
  • Examples and Case Study

Module 5: Six Sigma

  • What is Six Sigma, objectives & fundamentals
  • Example of companies that applied Six Sigma
  • The Metric for Six Sigma
  • Why to apply Six Sigma
  • Who applies & conducts Six Sigma, Master Black Belt, Black Belt, Green Belt
  • Practical example to understand Six Sigma
  • The basics in applying Six Sigma
  • Methodology in solving problems by Six Sigma
  • Total Quality Management (TQM) & Six Sigma
  • Statistical analysis tools
  • Introduction to Minitab
  • Data collection
  • Charts development
  • Cause & effect diagram
  • Scatter diagram
  • Process flow chart
  • Statistical control Charts
  • Failure mode & effect analysis
  • Introduction to design of experiments
  • Common pitfalls & examples
  • Six Sigma in practice (case study)

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