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PQM 201B Intermediate Production, Quality, and Manufacturing, Part B





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(Last Modified:02-Dec-2021)

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Description
RETIRED 1 FEB 2022 This journeyman-level course requires participants to apply the manufacturing and quality planning processes and techniques learned in PQM 201A. Participants will work in integrated product teams to develop manufacturing and quality plans, apply lean techniques, use cost estimating techniques, and make progress payment recommendations based on completion of a physical progress review. Course content includes the contracting aspects of the job; use of continuous process improvement tools in a production environment, planning for manufacturing and quality; lean concepts; material control; and technical, ethical, and quality issues.
Objectives
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Target Attendees
This course is required for Level II certification in the Production, Quality, and Manufacturing career field. It is also a good course for engineering personnel who provide pre- or post-award technical support in production, quality, or manufacturing.
Prerequisite(s)
Required:
  • PQM 201A, Intermediate Production, Quality, and Manufacturing, Part A
  • Predecessor Course(s)
    Predecessor Predecessor Course Title PDS Code Expires On
    None None None None
    Course Length
    4.5 class days
    Additional Course Information
    Delivery Mode Instructor Led Training
    Equivalent Courses YES
    ACE Recommended Credits YES
    PDS Code BZL
    Walk-ins Authorized N/A
    Pre-work required N/A
    First Offering N/A
    Continuing Education Units   3
    Continuous Learning Points  30
    Reservist Retirement Points  0
    Historical Allocations Mouse Over for Past CEU/CLPs
    Fulfillment Eligible YES
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    Notes
  • Having at least 2 years of production or quality management experience after obtaining Level I certification in PQM is recommended.
  • Participants must provide and be familiar with a basic function calculator.
  • Completing CLC 024 and LOG 204 prior to registering is strongly recommended.