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Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Wednesday May 23rd 2018 at 6PM
Presented by Bill BentleyTitle
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About This Presentation:
FMEA is a risk assessment and risk management tool that works for any type of process or development. We’ll show you how it works and how you can use it in your profession.
About the Speaker:
Bill Bentley is the owner and president of Value-Train, a training and consulting business. His Atlanta area company was starting in 2002 and provides data analytics and process improvement consulting training to companies and process improvement training via a variety of delievery methods, including virtual.
Starting from nothing, Bill has built his company into a respectable business with a national reputation with thousands of graduates and hundreds of corporate clients. Value-Train is an authorized state training provider in Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts and Texas. His current focus is data analysis and statistical modeling projects.
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