Registration and Confirmation
WHAT ARE THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ADVANCED CLASS?
Students must complete the InfinityQS ProFicient Fundamentals course before registering for the ProFicient Advanced Techniques class. If you possess a strong working knowledge of InfinityQS SPC applications, can demonstrate that knowledge, and receive permission from the instructor, exceptions will be made.
It is not advisable to book attendance into this class if you have not met the above criteria. Attendance of a non-qualified student in a class of this design will impede the progress of the other attendees. In addition, students must be familiar with the Microsoft® Windows™ operating system, Windows applications, and database techniques.
HOW WILL I KNOW WHEN MY REGISTRATION IS CONFIRMED?
You will receive an email confirming your registration.
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR THE TRAINING CLASS?
Contact your Global Account Manager at 800-772-7978.
WHAT ARE THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS ATTENDEES?
Students should possess a good working knowledge of SPC techniques. Familiarity with the Microsoft® Windows™ operating system and Windows applications (For example, Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.) is necessary so that students are able to navigate through the Windows interface quickly and effectively. Failure to do so will hamper the student's ability to perform many of the required tasks. Knowledge of basic database concepts is beneficial as well.
SHOULD A MEMBER OF MY IT TEAM ATTEND TRAINING?
Our training classes equip those individuals who will develop the structure needed to collect data (manually or electronically), develop reports, and spearhead the continuous improvement plan. While IT staff members play an important role, they are not usually the individuals who know the processes, tests, and reporting needed to fully implement real-time SPC software.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND TRAINING?
Our training classes are intended for supervisors, administrators, and system managers who will be responsible for implementing InfinityQS software at their facilities. We do not encourage operators to attend.