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Why Certified to ISO 9001:2000 ? This is the only International Quality Management System that you can get certified if its requirements are met. Organisation can obtain a competitive edge with enhanced Quality Assurance  and better Quality Control of their organisation. Continual Improvement is more structured to enable an organisation remain relevant in the industry. In simple terms, attaining Quality corresponds not only to meet but also to strive beyond customer expectations. Quality simply asserts that if verification and validation becomes an integral part of each stage of production, i.e. the process, the production time may increase but the rework time will disappear; hence the process approach. Not only does this develop talent, it also stimulates interest. Staff begin to look not only for problems, but also for solutions thus evolve the problem solving culture in the organisation. This course will give good insights to all the due processes in developing a Quality Management System from inception until certification is obtained.

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Ever wonders how an automatic or unmanned machine works? Ever think of producing a system which is able to operate automatically? This course will expose the participant to the use of PLC(Programmable Logic Controller). PLCs are miniature industrial computers that contain hardware and sotware that is used to perform control functions. It replaces human information are received. PLCs have been widely used in industry for the past thirty over years.

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Survey done by the bearing company has shown that many ball and roller bearings used in industry do not reach their poyential lifetimes. All to frequently this can be attributed to poor fitting, maintenance and lubrication procedure of these high precision components. This course has been devised to give the basic concept behind the bearing applications to the future engineers.

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A bar-chart is a very popular scheduling tool. It is easy to prepare, easy to explain and easy to understand. It basically describes the amount of time (work-hour or work-day) needed to perform a task including the total time to complete the whole project.

Other than time, resources such as labor, material, equipment and cost can also be loaded into the bar-chart. This is called a value-added bar-chart. With this type of bar-chart, S-curve is usually used as an illustration of the resource usage or cost analysis. It plots the cumulative value of any point at the time of the analysis.

However, there are occasions where projects are monitored and controlled using work-day based or time-loaded S-curve only. This is especially true at the beginning of a project or in smaller scale projects as often being practiced in Malaysia. One of the reasons could be because of easy monitoring without the needs of checking and analyzing resource utilization and cost incurred.

The time-based S-curve planners or users often find it difficult to plot the S-curve directly in the scheduling software they are using. This is because there are no specific menu or feature in most scheduling software on how to create this time-based S-curve because most scheduling software were designed to track time and cost or resource together instead of separately.

Based on the great demand on this issue, I have written an illustrated e-book that describes the steps involved in creating a time-based S-curve manually, as well as directly plotting it in Primavera Project Planner® software.

If you are interested to buy the e-book, please read the instruction provided in the side column. Thank you.

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The value of human resource management (HRM) function is gaining increasing importance in managing organizations. With companies having access to the same technology, it is the human resources that make the real difference in achieving organizational goals.

     The program is designed specifically for those who are being exposed to human resource management for the first time. It will help to put them in touch with the field through the use of numerous examples and will reinforce the notion that, by definition, all managers / executives (including those in the engineering and science areas) are necessarily involved with human resources. The interrelationship of HRM functions and the increasing utilization of technology is reflected throughout this program.


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This course introduced to the students the arts of investing in common stocks. It also discusses the basic features of common stocks including issue characteristics, stock quotations and all the transaction costs incurred.

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This two-day course deals with the special scheduling techniques that are normally only practical when using a computer and scheduling software. The course will guide participants to understand critical elements in project scheduling while at the same time enable Microsoft Project to be applied to its fullest extend.


It is essential to understand that you as a project manager are responsible and accountable for the success of the project(s) that you manage. To assist you in this task you have a number of different tools such as resources, budgets, plans, contracts and maybe project management software like Microsoft Project 2003/2007 (MS Project 2003/2007). The tool is here to assist you and if you think that this tool will solve all the challenges that you have as a project manager you need go back to square one and re-think. This tool will assist you in the decision making process, nothing else. Software like MS Project 2003/2007 and similar are often called “Project Management Software” but I would like to call them “Project Administration Software” because they will not manage the project for you but it will support you when it comes to administrative tasks in the project.


MS Project has been especially developed for project management and is a useful software application for planning, tracking and controlling a project.

What can MS Project do for you?

  • MS Project is only a tool which supports project managers. It does not execute project management for you.
  • MS Project can do calculations in terms of durations or costs accurately.
  • MS Project allows ‘what if scenarios? to make changes to the project and see the effects to those changes before finalizing your plan and committing it to work.
  • Once your plan is in action, MS Project can track all the information you collect about the work, duration, costs and resource requirements for your project so that you can make adjustments in order to keep on target.
  • MS Project helps you to create and print various predefined reports and views quickly.


However, which ever project management software package you have in use, the machine cannot do four things:


  • It cannot create the tasks for you
  • It cannot create the logical relationships between the tasks
  • It does not know the duration of tasks
  • It cannot possibly know what resources you have to apply to the tasks


Thus the drawing up of a detailed work plan showing the logic of sequences is an essential part of the planning process.


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Product development is the process of designing, creating and marketing an idea or product. The product can either be one that is new to the marketplace or one that is new to your particular company, or, an existing product that has been improved.

All product development goes through a similar planning process. Although the process is a continuous one, it is crucial that companies stand back after each step and evaluate whether the new product is worth the investment to continue.


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FMEA is a well established method in identifying failure modes and recommending corrective actions for improvement. FMEA can be divided into design FMEA and process FMEA. Design Fmea is usually used when designing a new product or when improving an existing design. Process FMEA is used for improving the existing process. Through Fmea, product and process reliability can be improved by reducing the failure rate.

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