- 30th November 2020 - 31st December 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is bottom up, inductive failure analysis that considers the effect that failure of lower level components and assemblies will have on the overall system. This technique is used across engineering to understand how systems can fail, the causes of failure and to identify the best ways to reduce risk.
Ths 1 day course covers the fundamental FMEA process, with the following aims:
- Familiarise delegates with the terminology used with FMEA
- Explain the purpose and approaches of FMEA in Reliability Engineering
- Introduce the core components of FMEA
- Discuss how risks can be prioritised
- Discuss the activities that should follow the analysis process
Key terminology and process steps will be covered, along with covering additional tools that support completion of the analysis.
It is not intended to provide guidance on any particular standards (e.g. MIL-STD-1629A, J1739, AIAG), but instead covers a general approach that can applied to specific scenarios. Tailored courses are available separately that can cover specific interpretations.
Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for engineers that need to identify and prioritise system failure modes and their causes in a structured and methodical way.
The course does not require existing experience of FMEAs.
The course commences at 9:00am and finishes at approximately 5:00pm.
£500, including lunch and refreshments.
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
Online Training Option
An online course is also available with the training conducted as 3 sessions of 2 hour tuition. Please contact us for details including online prices.
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We can also run this course on a date of your choosing or as a bespoke course. Please let us know if you are interested in this option.
Training at Locations that Suit YouWe can run our training courses at one of our classroom centres, onsite at your premises or online through virtual tuition. Please contact us to discuss which option best suits your requirements.
Classroom Training FacilitiesManchester Area Whitworth House 28 Charles Street Stockport SK1 3JR Cambridge Church Farm Barn 15 High Street Longstanton Cambridge CB24 3BP
The FMEA process
Preparing for FMEA
- Defining scope
- System definition
- Assembling the right team
- Ground rules and assumptions
- Functions, failures, effects, causes
- Failure prevention, detection and mitigation
- Ranking and prioritising failure modes
FMEA follow up activities
- Reporting and communicating findings
- Corrective actions
- Assessing FMEA effectiveness
- The FMEA as a living document