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Root Cause Investigation for CAPA is a globally renown methodology for investigating technical performance challenges. Problem solving techniques from Six Sigma, 8D, Kaizen, DMAIC, TQM and others are leveraged to identify technical as well as systemic root causes, corrective and/or preventive actions, and control plans for monitoring/preventing recurrence.
This training is designed to engage the participants the entire time. In addition to the instructor case study, lecture, polls, quizzes, and conversations, participants will apply the methodology during the training collaborating with other participants on two separate real-life case studies.
Participants are provided a training manual, an Investigation Roadmap, and a set of electronic templates that guide them through the methodology, recommend tools, and establish the basis for documentation.
Step 1: Define the Performance Problem
Step 2: Collect Data
Step 3: Identify Possible Causes
Step 4: Test Possible Causes
Step 5: Identify Technical and Systemic Root Cause(s)
Step 6: Determine Corrective/Preventive Actions
Step 7: Verify Corrective/Preventive Actions
Second Participant Real Life Case Study
If you are interested, please contact Greg Scheelar at firstname.lastname@example.org. BAM members may qualify for a discounted rate.
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