NEW* Quality Management System Fundamentals with Michael Mathe

NEW* Quality Management System Fundamentals With Michael Mathe

This Course is being offered IN PERSON with LIVE instruction at the scheduled day/time. Registered individuals will receive communication format and access.

Registration Deadline: May 12th, 2021

Meet the Instructor: Michael Mathe

Michael has over 34 years of industrial & service focused process improvement
experience and 22 years of quality management system design & development.
Michael has developed an expertise in team problem solving, root cause
analysis, team development, lean manufacturing, total quality management
implementation, Theory of Constraints, supply chain purchasing, materials
management, business planning and development, project management,
Hazmat training, and technical troubleshooting. Michael focuses results by
partnering with clients to maximize benefits with meaningful payback for the
individual and company.

Michael has worked with over 250 different organizations on ISO; 14001
EMS, QMS - ISO 9001 17025, 14001, 13485, AS9100 & TS16949, quality
management system design, development and registration. He has experience
with environmental management systems utilizing 5S tools and techniques. In
addition to ERC clients, his professional experience has included time consulting, training, and facilitating
for Kent State University, The Ohio State University, Columbus State University, Lakeland Community
College, Zane State University, Cuyahoga Community College, Miami University – Ohio,,
Seaman Corporation, Ohio Packaging, Mentor Machine, Air Power Dynamics, Prentke-Romich Co., Kent
State University Financial Affairs, and Detroit Diesel. His recent Lean implementations include McNeil
Industries and Fredon.

Michael has been recognized by Smithers Registration Services as a recommended trainer and consultant
in SAI-QMI and BSI. He also received accreditation as a Nadcap program development and documentation
services trainer as well as accreditation from the ACHC, Accreditation Commission for Health Care
documentation for training and consulting. He has also been an instructor for Lakeland Community College
in AS9100C Upgrade Overview and ISO 14001EMS as well as an instructor for Kent State University, Stark Campus, in Lean Process Improvement and Problem Solving.

Michael earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Cleveland State University, and a Masters
of Business Administration from Baldwin-Wallace College.


Wed, May 19, 2021
08:30 am -  04:00 pm

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Registration options:
Ticket Name Ticket Price Qty
SOD Member $ 275.00
Non Member $ 345.00

Event description:

How do leaders ensure there is quality built into the culture of their organizations? One way is to compare their organization with commonly accepted benchmarks or best practices of what quality looks like. You may have heard of acronyms like ISO, Nadcap, IATF, etc. This course will provide a better understanding of those standards and how they can benefit your organization.

Quality Management System fundamentals for ISO, AS, Nadcap and IATF
 QMS history and evolution
 Benefits and costs
 Requirements
 Process approach
 Risk-based thinking
 Context of your organization
 Leadership
 Planning for QMS
 Resource management
 Customer focus
 Operational planning and control
 Key Business Processes
 Monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation
 Internal Audit
 Management Review
 Improvement
 Corrective Action
 Continual Improvement


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