Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) Training Course & Consultancy

FMEA Training

Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) training delivered by Claudius Consulting meets AIAG 2019 requirements.

A process FMEA identifies process deficiencies to enable process experts to focus on controls for reducing the occurrence of producing unacceptable outputs (products and services) or on methods to increase the detection of unacceptable outputs.

A design FMEA aids in the objective evaluation of design requirements and design alternatives and increases the probability that potential failure modes and their effects on product and service delivery have been considered at the design/development stage.

Delivery

Our Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA) training is ordinarily delivered over a single day as a public, virtual or in-house training course.

We can use one of your own organisational processes or products as a theme through the training as participants learn-through-doing as they apply the FMEA principles to your process or product with certificates of attendance awarded on completion of training.

Your Trainer

Kevin holds a ‘BSc Engineering Product Design’, ‘MSc Manufacturing, Management & Technology’ and ‘Level 3 Award in Education and Training’ which certifies his competence as a trainer.

He spent 9 years working as a Project Engineer for Nortel followed by 4 years working as a Product Engineer for Caradon MK Electric. Kevin then joined Ford Motor Company where he was trained and certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt in 2000 and gained extensive experience in delivering product and process improvements. He went on to receive his Master Black Belt certification whilst working for Bechtel.

He has over 18 years of experience in applying and teaching FMEA principles including recent training to Reliability Engineers at Virgin Atlantic Airways. He brings a core philosophy of ‘learning-through-doing’ to all the programmes he designs and delivers and has developed the ability to communicate the language of FMEA in simple terms.


Course Content
  • Introduction and background to FMEA
  • Conditions to perform an FMEA including when to use a Design FMEA and when to use Process FMEA
  • FMEA Inputs
  • Team membership and running an FMEA
  • Introduction to FMEA 7 step analysis methodology
  • Structure Analysis including use of block diagrams and process flow diagrams
  • Function Analysis including Ideal Function definition and specification
  • Failure Analysis including Mode, Cause and Effects identification
  • Use of Failure Chain to correctly distinguish between Failure Mode, Cause and Effects
  • Risk Analysis using Severity, Occurrence and Detection Rating Scales
  • Action prioritisation for Design and Process FMEA
  • Optimisation by developing appropriate actions
  • FMEA documentation

Contact us for further information or a no obligations discussion on Failure Mode & Effects Analysis options