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Quality Control Inspector

Penn Foster's Workforce Development program offers quality control courses that provide learners with the analytical skills and statistical techniques to monitor, inspect and test products and manufacturing processes. From food processing and pharmaceuticals to manufacturing and healthcare, these industry-wide courses are designed to assure that the quality control technician employs best practices for grading products and processes against specified requirements established by the organization, supplier and/or purchaser

Trainees gain the necessary technical information while learning at their own pace how to develop and implement a high-performance quality control system. Introductory quality control courses encompass curriculum covering basic industrial math and practical measurements. Learners then move forward to learn coursework in Elements of Print Reading, Precision Measuring Instruments and Quality Control of Manufactured Products. Academic quality assurance and quality control concepts include process variation analytics, statistical principles of normal distribution and probability, and acceptance sampling for manufacturing operations.

The online quality control training program is designed for:

  • Managers and supervisors
  • Engineers and technicians
  • Production personnel
  • Planners
  • Time-and-motion study analysts
  • Materials and receiving managers
  • Plant production inspectors
  • Production control or quality control department staff

Advance the expertise of your organization's quality control technicians and inspectors by enrolling them in the quality control program today and completing the QC training course list.

Quality Control Inspector Course List

260 hours (excluding videos).

Number of Exams: 32.

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