ABOUT THE E-LEARNING COURSE
What is the Fishbone method or Ishikawa method and how can this method be applied to structured problem solving in a team? Get to know a simple, easy-to-use method to present complex cause-and-effect relations in an illustrative manner and to identify the root cause of the problem from this presentation.
This e-learning course lets you learn how to use this method alone or in a team of colleagues wherever and whenever convenient.
Duration of the training: 30 minutes
Login access duration: 30 days
Learning mode: Self-Paced
Please find a short introduction to our e-learning "The Fishbone / Ishikawa QM method" in the video here.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN FROM THE QMS COURSE?
Topics to be covered in this course include:
- Introduction to the Fishbone or Ishikawa method
- Presentation of the process with the help of a case study
- Reflection on the advantages offered by this method
- Checking of the knowledge acquired in a short quiz
WHAT IS THE COURSE METHODOLOGY?
The course employs a variety of training tools such as digital learning, tests, and other interactive exercises to enhance delivery of theoretical knowledge. Easily accessible via your laptop, tablet and mobile phone, the course gives you the opportunity to log in and learn whenever, wherever.
The cumulative duration of the programme is 30 minutes, after which you will be required to pass a quiz to receive your internationally recognised e-certificate with a unique ID.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THE COURSE?
This course is specially designed for:
- Anyone interested in a structured method to identify root causes
- Specialists and executives in the field of quality management
WHO IS THE COURSE ADVISOR?
The course structure and content are developed by experts from TÜV SÜD’s Digital Academy Approval Board. Consisting of product specialists and technical experts, they have been working with organisations around the world to achieve business excellence.
This assures you that the course has been created with meticulous instruction, introducing you to diverse perspectives and best practices.