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Last updated 10/29/2013

The Business Training Center will come to your facility and customize your Industrial training to reflect the proper assessment of your training needs and expected outcomes. Click on a topic below to view courses and training we offer for your facility.

Contact Julie Gelaude at 309-796-5715 or gelaudej@bhc.edu to help you assess your needs and plan your next training.

Blue Print Reading »

Blue Print Reading
This course presents an overview of methods used in presenting and interpreting a variety of industrial blueprints and schematics. Topics include: Multi-View Drawings, Line Usage, Title Blocks, Dimensions, Holes, Threads, Contours, and Angles. This program will provide participants with opportunities to gain an understanding of blueprint reading for application in the production environment.

Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Visualize a three-dimensional part from a two-dimensional drawing.
  • View and interpret engineering prints
  • Know the 6 primary views of an object and select dimensions as they relate to various views
  • Use multi-view drawings
  • Identify various line types found on prints and understand line usage
  • Interpret information found in title blocks, tolerance blocks, change blocks and materials lists
  • Understand the usage of notes
  • Interpret one-, two- and simple three-view drawings
  • Use working prints
  • Define holes terminology
  • Identify and list the location and size of holes
  • Understand holes operations and hole types
  • Describe similarities and differences between thread forms
  • Identify various thread uses
  • Define thread series and forms
  • Know the difference between contours and specify their size
  • Define and apply sectional view terms
  • Work with cutting planes and sections
  • Understand angles, machining details, necks, grooves, slots, keyways, flats, bosses and pads


Computer Numerical Control »

Computer Numerical Control

Machining Center Programming
Using Torcam CNCez Simulation Software, featuring EIA/ISO standard G & M codes the student will learn the fundamentals of CNC Machining Center Programming. First time students will receive the book “The CNC Workshop” including a copy of the simulation software. This course will be taught exclusively on PC’s in a classroom setting.

Prerequisite: General Machining Practices

Some for the topics covered include:

  • Introduction to CNC
  • CNC Fundamentals and Vocabulary
  • Programming Concepts
  • Use of Interactive Simulation Software
  • CNC Programming of Machining Centers


Turning Center Programming »

Turning Center Programming
Using Torcam CNCez Simulation Software, featuring EIA/ISO standard G & M codes the student will learn the fundamentals of CNC Turning Center Programming. First time students will receive the book “The CNC Workshop” including a copy of the simulation software. This course will be taught exclusively on PC’s in a classroom setting.

Prerequisite: General Machining Practices

Some for the topics covered include:

  • Introduction to CNC
  • CNC Fundamentals and Vocabulary
  • Programming Concepts
  • Use of Interactive Simulation Software
  • CNC Programming of Turning Center


Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing »

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing
This course will provide you with the complete fundamentals of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing concepts as adopted by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). GD&T specifies requirements more precisely than conventional tolerancing, leaving no doubts as to the intended definition. This class will be customized for Engineers.

The attendees will:

  • Identify fundamental dimensioning rules and definitions
  • Recognize symbols, terms, design and drafting
  • Translate Datums
  • Introduce material condition symbols
  • Determine tolerances of form and profile
  • Determine Tolerances of orientation and runout
  • Verify location tolerances Parts I and II
  • Perform cases and exercises

Note: Participants are welcome to bring examples of current issues of concern.


ISO »

ISO

ISO 9001:2000 – Internal Quality Auditing
This workshop is designed for the quality auditors of an ISO 9001:2000 registered organization. Emphasis will be placed on the principles if ISO 9001:2000 and auditing compliance to the ISO standard. Individuals will gain skills needed to plan, prepare, and perform internal quality audits. This training provides hands-on audit activities.

ISO 9001:2000 – Understanding the Process Approach
Participants will learn how to demonstrate and cascade the knowledge and use of the 8 quality management principles down through the organization and into the 4 core processes. ISO’s process approach model will help to understand the changes and additions that are now in clause 7 Product Realization.

This workshop is intended for personnel who will lead, direct, coordinate or participate in creating their quality management system as well as for personnel who have internal audit or training responsibilities.

ISO 9001:2000 — How to Transition (Max 8 Hours)
The new version of ISO 9001:2000 was created to provide more influence on customer satisfaction and process control.The application of a system of processes within an organization, together with the identification and interactions of these processes, and their management, can be referred to as the “process approach.” This transition class will provide the attendees with the knowledge to:

  • Learn how to demonstrate and cascade the knowledge and use of the eight quality management principles down through the organization
  • Learn the four core processes and ISO’s Process Approach Model
  • Define the nine requirements for top management and discuss implementation techniques
  • Understand the changes and additions that are now in clause seven, Product Realization
  • Determine an approach to meet the new requirement section 6.2.2, Competency an Awareness and Training. Receive the templates that you can modify back on the job.
  • Receive insight to information on: 1) your quality manual 2) your documented procedures 3) identifying, controlling, measuring, monitoring and analyzing your processes

ISO/TS 16949:2002 – How to Transition
Participants will review and understand further how to address new requirements, including documenting customer specified requirements, customer oriented processes (COPS) and the product realization processes. Review of modified and closely watched guidelines for certification and suggestions for performing internal audits will be addressed.

This workshop is intended for personnel who will lead, direct or coordinate in existing QS-9000 quality programs as well as personnel who have internal audit or training responsibilities.


Mistake Proofing »

Mistake Proofing
This course introduces students to mistake-proofing for achieving zero quality control.

Goals:
To provide participants with opportunities to apply principles of mistake-proofing and zero quality control in manufacturing settings.

Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Define zero quality control
  • Understand the benefit and importance of zero quality control
  • Learn the 1-10-100 rule
  • Identify what causes defects
  • Compare and contrast a traditional quality cycle and a zero quality control cycle
  • Understand inspection types
  • Identify the 4 elements of zero quality control
  • Understand the purposes of mistake-proofing
  • Identify the steps of mistake-proofing
  • Understand the outcomes of mistake-proofing
  • Learn the methods for using mistake-proofing


Quality 101 »

Quality 101
This course covers the following:
This course provides an introduction to quality benefits and evolution, Total Quality Management, Process Management, quality tools and quality deployment.

Goals:
To provide participants with opportunities to focus on quality in terms of the individual’s job and the company.

Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the quality keys according to Deming
  • Understand the quality keys according to Juran
  • Identify the benefits of a quality approach
  • Know the evolution of our current quality approach
  • Understand the use of standards
  • Learn and apply the principles of Total Quality Management
  • Identify the levels of Customer Satisfaction Define the Continuous Improvement Cycle
  • Define quality terms Understand process variation and identify common and special causes
  • Learn the principles of process management
  • Understand the purpose of using quality tools
  • Define quality plan, quality assessment and quality function


Root Cause Analysis »

Root Cause Analysis
This workshop covers the following:
This course introduces students to Root Cause Analysis.

Goals:
To provide participants with opportunities to identify the cause(s) of a problem and find ways to eliminate the cause(s) and prevent them from occurring again.

Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Define root cause analysis
  • Identify the stages of root cause analysis
  • Define events and identify various types of events
  • Differentiate between natural and qualified teams
  • Engage in problem identification using event questions
  • Engage in procedures to gather and verify data
  • Understand the importance of asking “why”
  • Differentiate between direct cause, contributing cause and root cause and test the cause chain
  • Define corrective action
  • Distinguish between specific and preventive corrective action
  • Perform follow up and assessment
  • Formulate a root cause analysis plan of attack
  • Participate in root cause analysis exercise


5S »

5S
The 5S Philosophy focuses on effective work place organization and standardized work procedures. 5S simplifies your work environment, reduces waste and non-value activity while improving quality efficiency and safety. This workshop will provide participants with opportunities to plan and carryout a 5S event in their own work areas.

Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Sort – separate out all things that are unnecessary and eliminate them
  • Straighten – arrange essential things in order for easy access
  • Scrub – keep machines and work areas clean
  • Stabilize – make cleaning and checking a routine practice
  • Sustain – make the 5 S’s a way of life


Statistical Process Conrol »

Statistical Process Control
Participants in this workshop will gain an understanding of SPC principles and basic concepts of stability and capability/performance. How to implement an SPC Program and how to interpret control charts will be covered.