- Institute Interface Professional Training Programme
provides the following professional Training:
I. "CHAIRMAN" – A Soft Skills Training
For job seekers, particularly for those just out from colleges, skill
training on how to grab a job.
II. Japanese Quality
- Total Quality Management
A conceptual and a philosophical context
which requires management and human resources commitment to adopt a
perpetual improvement philosophy, through succinct management of all
processes, practices and systems throughout the organization to achieve
effectiveness in the organizational performance and fulfilling or
exceeding the community expectations.
TPM - Total Productive Maintenance
Japanese management philosophy,Used to
increase mean time between failures (MTBF)or life of machinery.
SPC - Statistical Process Control
The application of statistical methods to
identify and control the special causes of variation in a process.
MSA - Measurement System Analysis
An experimental and mathematical method of
determining how much the variation within the measurement process
contributes to overall process variability.
There are five parameters to investigate in an MSA: bias, linearity,
stability, repeatability and reproducibility.
Japanese term that means continuous
improvement, taken from words 'Kai' meaning continuous
and 'zen' meaning improvement
Japanese term which means mistake
A poka yoke device is one that prevents incorrect parts from being made
or assembled, or easily identifies a flaw or error.
FMEA - Failure Mode Effects Analysis
A procedure in which each potential error
made in every sub-process of a process is analyzed to determine its
effect on other sub-processes and on the required accuracy of the
An FMEA is also used to prioritize & rank potential causes of
process or human failures as well as create, launch and evaluate
PDCA - Deming Cycle
The Deming Cycle, or the Deming wheel of
continuous improvement spiral, or the PDCA Cycle ), is a continuous
quality improvement model consisting of a logical sequence of four
repetitive steps for continuous improvement and learning: Plan,
and Act. ) .
The Deming cycle, ( Also called the PDSA Cycle):
PLAN: plan ahead for change. Analyze and predict the results.
DO: execute the plan, taking small steps in controlled circumstances.
STUDY: check, study the results.
ACT: take action to standardize or improve the process.
Benefits of the PDSA
- Daily routine management-for the individual and/or the team
- Problem-solving process
- Project management
- Continuous development
- Vendor development
- Human resources development
- New product development
- Process trials
Seiri - Put things in
order -(remove what is not needed and keep what is needed)
Seiton - Proper
Arrangement -(Place things in such a way that they can be easily
reached whenever they are needed)
Seiso - Clean
-(Keep things clean and polished; no trash or dirt in the workplace)
Purity -(Maintain cleanliness after cleaning - perpetual cleaning)
Commitment -(Self discipline to adhere to developed standards to
maintain the other 4 Ss )
A small group activity voluntarily
undertaken to systematically study and evolve solutions for day-to- day
work related problems for continual improvement.
does not just adopt these but adapts them to Indian and local needs and
III. Quality Systems Development Guidance
for Certification to ISO9001:2000
ISO 9001:2000 is an ISO Quality Management Systems certification
standard from the ISO 9000 series revised in year 2000.
ISO 9001:2000 promotes a process based approach to increase the
effectiveness of the QMS (Quality Management System) in translating
customer requirements to customer satisfaction.