Offline Advance Programme on ‘Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)

Offline Advance Programme on ‘Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)

Context Setting

FMEA, or Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, is a systematic method for evaluating processes to identify where and how they might fail and assessing the relative impact of different failures to identify the parts of the process that are most in need of change. It involves identifying potential failure modes within a system, analysing the effects and consequences of these failures, and prioritizing them based on severity, occurrence, and detectability.


The objective of an FMEA training program is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively conduct FMEA. This includes:

  1. Understanding FMEA Methodology: Learning the step-by-step process of conducting an FMEA.
  2. Identifying Failure Modes: Recognizing potential failures in products, processes, or systems.
  3. Risk Assessment: Evaluating the severity, occurrence, and detectability of potential failures.
  4. Developing Mitigation Strategies: Creating plans to reduce or eliminate identified risks.
  5. Improving Quality and Reliability: Enhancing the overall quality and reliability of products, processes, or systems.
  6. Documentation and Reporting: Learning how to document and report FMEA findings effectively.

Key Takeaways

  1. Comprehensive Knowledge of FMEA Process: A thorough understanding of the FMEA methodology and its application.
  2. Analytical Skills: Enhanced skills in analysing systems, processes, or products for potential failure modes.
  3. Risk Prioritization: The ability to prioritize risks based on severity, occurrence, and detectability.
  4. Problem-Solving Techniques: Strategies for developing effective solutions to mitigate identified risks.
  5. Improved Quality Assurance: Insights into improving the quality and reliability of products or processes.
  6. Collaboration and Communication: Improved skills in working with cross-functional teams and communicating findings and recommendations.
  7. Documentation Skills: Best practices for documenting FMEA processes and results.

Participation Fees

Participation fees (on non-residential basis) 


Per Participant fee

GST @ 18%


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Who Should Attend / Target Audience

  1. Quality Assurance Professionals: Those responsible for maintaining the quality and reliability of products or processes.
  2. Design Engineers: Engineers involved in the design and development of products who need to anticipate and mitigate potential failures.
  3. Process Engineers: Engineers who oversee manufacturing processes and need to identify and address potential process failures.
  4. Project Managers: Individuals who manage projects and need to ensure that all aspects of the project meet quality and reliability standards.
  5. Product Managers: Those responsible for the overall success of a product, including its quality and reliability.
  6. Regulatory Compliance Professionals: Individuals responsible for ensuring that products and processes meet regulatory standards.
  7. Maintenance and Reliability Engineers: Professionals focused on maintaining and improving the reliability of systems and equipment.
  8. Safety Engineers: Those responsible for ensuring the safety of products and processes, who need to identify and mitigate potential hazards.
  9. Operations Managers: Managers who oversee day-to-day operations and need to ensure efficient and reliable processes.


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