FMEA Moderator – Webinar


The FMEA online training / FMEA webinar is aimed at all employees who want to qualify as future moderators and development and process engineers as well as all managers (project managers) who are involved in the product development process. To participate in the FMEA moderator training, basic FMEA knowledge and / or experience as a team member in FMEA projects is required.

A neutral and professional moderation of the FMEA is essential in terms of efficiency and target achievement of the desired results. It is the task of the FMEA moderator to optimally prepare the meetings and to moderate them in a time-saving and targeted manner.

FMEA moderator webinar

As a future FMEA moderator, you will be able to moderate FMEA team meetings efficiently and in a practical manner and thus make optimal use of valuable resources. In your role as an active and passive moderator, you will be able to optimally carry out the FMEA even against resistance in the team, to motivate the employees to implement it sustainably and to create a strong identification with the result. Your advantages are:

  • Consistent compliance with the 7 steps of the FMEA
  • High acceptance and universal applicability in all industries
  • Systematic examination of problems that arise
  • Training independent of software and forms
  • Improved handling of the FMEA method in individual projects
  • Increased acceptance of the FMEA in the company

7 steps of the FMEA

Seminar content

    • 1 day
      • FMEA basic knowledge compact
      • The 7 steps of the FMEA
        1.  Scope of consideration / scoping / project planning

          • Objectives Scope of consideration / scoping / project planning
          • FMEA project planning (who, does what, when, how, with what)
          • method
          • Practice workshop / moderation exercises
        2. Structural analysis
          • Objective of the structural analysis
          • method
          • Practice workshop / moderation exercises
        3. Functional analysis
          • Objective of the functional analysis
          • method
          • Practice workshop / moderation exercises
        4. Failure analysis
          • Goal of failure analysis
          • method
          • Exercises in the FMEA with the Ishikawa method combined with 5 x why
          • Targeted error analysis & cause research using questioning techniques
          • Practice workshop / moderation exercises
        5.  Risk assessment
          • Risk assessment objectives
          • Meaning (B), occurrence (A), discovery (E), risk priority number (RPN)
          • B x A x E = RPZ
          • B x A x E = RPZ  (Automotive)
            • Elimination of the RPZ, instead  AP (Action Priority)  Risk matrix (RMR)
            • B x A
            • B x E
            • A x E
            • AP (Action Priority)
          • Critical examination of the reviews
          • Evaluation catalogs
          • method
          • Practice workshop / moderation exercises
        6. optimization
          • Goals of optimization
          • method
          • Practice workshop / moderation exercises
        7. Risk & result documentation
          • Goal of the risk and result documentation
          • method
          • Practice workshop
      • Introduction to moderation (part 1)

        • definition
        • Self-image of the moderator
        • Golden rules for good moderation
        • Rules of the game for the group
          • Workshop: rules of the game
        • Course of a moderation
          • Moderation funnel
          • Workshop: FMEA moderation schedule
        • Moderation techniques
      • The FMEA moderator
        • Competence profile
        • role
        • tasks
      • Moderation exercises “FMEA aids”
        • Ishikawa
        • 5 x why
        • Creativity methods (mind map, decision matrix, etc.)
      • Workshop tips & tricks
        • Summary of the day’s findings in the script: Tips & Tricks

      2 day

      • Introduction to moderation (part 2)
        • Success through language
        • Interviewing
        • Questioning Techniques (Part 1)
          • Questioning techniques for research into causes
          • Questioning techniques for risk analysis
          • Workshop: Basic questions for a good FMEA moderation (cheat sheet for FMEA moderators)
      • Moderation exercises “FMEA moderation”
        • Preparation (individual workshops)
          • Structure tree
          • Function & error analysis
          • Root cause research
            • Interviews
            • FMEA mini moderation
        • Moderation in the group
          • FMEA moderation exercise
            • Reflection on FMEA moderation skills
            • CIP / PDCA of the FMEA moderation skills
        • postprocessing
      • Workshop tips & tricks
        • Summary of the day’s findings in the script: Tips & Tricks

      3rd day

      • Introduction to moderation (part 3)
        • rhetoric
        • Questioning Techniques (Part 2)
          • Advanced questioning techniques
        • conflict management
          • Behavior in special situations
      • Moderation exercises “FMEA moderation”
        • Moderation in the group
          • FMEA moderation exercise
            • Reflection on FMEA moderation skills
            • CIP / PDCA of the FMEA moderation skills
      • FMEA practical exercises / case studies / workshops
        • FMEA training documents for FMEA moderators
        • Practical exercises with case studies & workshops that are individually tailored to the needs of the group
      • Barriers / problems / opportunities in the company
        • Deriving measures for successful FMEA activities
          • Practical exercise / workshop
      • Workshop tips & tricks
        • Summary of the day’s findings in the script: Tips & Tricks

target group

Employees and managers, development and process engineers as well as project managers who are involved in the product development process as well as future FMEA moderators, students and interested persons. For this webinar, QM basics are advantageous for a better understanding, but not absolutely necessary.

Duration

3 days of 6 hours / from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

requirements

  • Access to internet-enabled PC with microphone and loudspeaker
  • Connection of the computers via Teamviewer / Skype or alternative remote software or webinar software

graduation

  • Certificate of qualification after the classroom event
  • Certified FMEA moderator (optionally with certificate from Quality Services & Wissen GmbH)
    • Written exam
      • multiple choice
    • Oral exam
    • FMEA training documents (material will be made available)

Graduation with DEKRA certificate

As an option to the “quality test”, there is the option of taking an exam from DEKRA Certification GmbH. After passing the exam, you will receive the “FMEA Moderator” certificate.

For information on the admission requirements, please refer to the Examination and Certification Regulations (PZO) of DEKRA Certification GmbH. This is   available for you to download here . The following application must also be attached to your registration. You are welcome to send us this by e-mail to [email protected] .

costs

€ 995 per participant plus VAT VAT

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