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MBB Consulting™ - QFD Training In San Antonio, TX

QFD Training In San Antonio, TX

QFD Training
San Antonio is famous for the Battle of the Alamo. QFD training teaches San Antonio students product design and development 'gone right'.
Price $299
Duration 1 day
Format In-person, instructor-led slideshow with exercises and a quiz to test comprehension.
Materials Each student will receive a 3-ring binder containing print-outs of the slideshow. Assuming satisfactory quiz results graded a few days after class, each student will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Class Size3 - 10 students
Start Day
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CitySan Antonio, TX

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About QFD Training


Who is QFD Training for?

Quality Function Deployment Training is for anybody hoping to maximize profitability resulting from the design of their service, process, or product. Sometimes, QFD is referred to as the "House of Quality" because its product planning matrices have the shape of a house. In our course, San Antonio students learn:

QFD Training Course Overview:

QFD training describes Quality Function Deployment - product design 'gone right' transforming customer needs into profit maximized launch plans. Far too often, engineers gather among themselves, and pump out designs with zero input from actual customers. The worst example we've seen was $20M spent on developing a pressure-based uninterruptable power supply system that had no market interest. The engineers thought it was a great idea. And technically it was pretty nifty. Unfortunately, nobody wanted to buy it, and it was a complete waste of shareholder dollars. To avoid mistakes like this, our students learn a structured approach to capturing customer needs and translating them into specific plans to produce products to meet those needs.
Customer Needs. Capturing "voice of the customer" (VOC) through direct discussion or interviews, surveys, focus groups, customer specifications, observation, warranty data, field reports, etc.

Product Planning. Constructing a matrix to translate general customer "what's" into more specific engineering "how's" being product requirements or technical characteristics to satisfy the needs.

Part Deployment. Cascading assembly-level requirements down to the component level.

Process Planning. Evaluating candidate manufacturing processes and choosing processes to make each part.

Quality Control. Defining process control plans to assure retention of capability throughout each part's production.

San Antonio

Alamo City

Excellent choice! Our favorite attractions to try after QFD Training in San Antonio are Sea World and the river walk. Six Flags is fun if you can avoid the crowds. Also, check out the Alamo, Majestic Theatre, Natural Bridge Cavern, and several excellent gardens.

San Antonio
SUMOTUWETHFRSA
San Antonio, TX
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Facility

Our San Antonio Training Center is near the intersections of I-10 & I-35 in the Bank of America Plaza which has a business lounge, gym, and on-site lunch restaurant. Also nearby are the San Antonio Museum of Art, DoSeum, Japanese Tea Garden, Witte Museum, and Splashtown.

Testimonials

Read what our students and clients have to say.

Byungjoo K.
Byungjoo K.
Product Design Engineer
Automotive


From zero knowledge about auditing, IATF 16949 or ISO 9001, I now have fundamental knowledge about them and will be able to support for internal auditing. Our MBBC instructor was very well experienced.



David S.
David S.
Design Supervisor
HVAC


Our Master Black Belt introduced improved quality and manufacturing processes. Our company was moving to become ISO certified. He and I, plus one other, came from the automotive side and certified in ISO. Further, we had QS experience which was a more concentrated standard to allow all automotive companies to work to the same quality and manufacturing standard. He was also familiar with TS quality standards.