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QA/QC Mechanical Course for Engineer Certified Quality Course. Designed to help you develop skills and information. Improvements in quality control are expected. Form and influence within the association.
Quality inspection is one of the most demanding skills in the field of process industry like, Mechanical manufacturing, Oil & Gas, petrochemicals, aviation as well as power industries. The course has been designed to cover all the aspects of quality inspection from incoming raw materials to the products that are ready to be shipped by ensuring that manufactured products meet the specified quality standards set by the organization before being sent to customers. This course will enable the candidate to perform his duties as quality inspector from the initiation of the job till completion.
This comprehensive course provides a systematic development of skills and knowledge of Piping and Mechanical QC based on international standards, industry job requirements, and step-by-step exploration of QA/QC activities.
Why is this “Certified Piping and Mechanical Quality Control (QC) Inspector” course important for anyone pursuing a career in Engineering/Quality Inspection? As per current requirements and job descriptions for QC Engineers, engineers are expected to have hybrid skills and be specialised in at least two technical areas.
Engineers in the new trade must be certified and have the equivalent of a QC engineer qualification. In today’s times, speciality certification programs are considered a mandatory requirement in almost all industries and are especially important to gain an edge.
In accordance with the industry's current requirements for QA/QC Engineers, all engineers must have multiple skills and be specialized in at least two specific technical areas. Although engineering subjects are large and extensive, recent engineering graduates may not be able to meet current industry requirements, as noted above. To fill this gap, engineers in the new trade must be trained and certified in the Honors Certification Program and have the equivalent of an QA / QC engineer with at least 3-5 years of active industrial experience. Today, specialty certification programs are considered a mandatory requirement in almost all sectors / Industries.
Roles & responsibilities of QA/ QC Inspector
Overview of Classification of pipes , Fittings , Flanges and Valves
Materials receiving, storage and preservation inspection
Introduction to International codes and standards
Review of Process Flow Diagram, P&ID , Isometric Drawings
Overview of Preparation of inspection test plan and QC procedures
Implementation of QA/QC system
Review of Welding Procedure Specification (WPS) and Welder qualification test (WQT)
Welding Electrodes and Filler Wires
Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT)
Calibration of instrument / equipment
Control of Non-Conforming items / Products
Final QA/QC dossier / documentation
Quality Assurance is about developing a process and forming a procedure through which the product is made. QA is monitoring the process and maintaining the standard level of the product and system along with QMS. QA engineer would develop a quality plan based on customer requirements and the QC engineer would monitor and ensure that all requirements of the quality plan are met by the product during manufacturing. QC engineer performs a visual inspection of the product and arranges for NDT and performs weld repairs and makes sure that the product is having good quality.
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