This course is centred around a set of useful tools within RCA that can help a variety of fault finding applications. The best way to learn these techniques is by example and plenty of examples are provided in the course. Delegates then get to practice these techniques by going through a number of exercises.
The main aim of an RCA analysis is to find root causes for a given problem so it can be addressed. It is ultimately about prevention and focusing on what matters the most. RCA is often iterative and the tools need to be used in succession and conjunction with each other in order to derive accurate and meaningful results.
This course is ideal for delegates interested in problem solving, decision making, impact analysis, fault finding, reliability and process control. The RCA tools help identify symptoms, impact, consequences and effects. It helps identifying areas that their improvement can lead to significant gains.