Certified Manager of Quality / Organizational Excellence CMQ/OE Certification Preparation

The Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence is a professional who leads and champions process improvement initiatives in companies large and small.  This instructor-led online course is organized to prepare you for CMQ/OE certification testing as well as provide a foundation for the profession of Quality Management.  Learn from other quality managers’ experience, text, and the use of online ASQ Test Questions Bank to prepare you for the ASQ CMQ/OE exam.

Registration

In submitting this registration, you consent to all PCC policies and procedures, which includes your consent to Financial Responsibility, Telephone Contact, and Electronic 1098-T Delivery.

For questions regarding this program, email professional.training@pcc.edu or call 971-722-6686.

Workshop Deliverables:

  • Learn the seven main domains in the CMQ/OE Body of Knowledge for Quality Management.
  • Participate in case scenarios and interactive class activities
  • Practice test questions using the ASQ online Test Question Bank 

Requirements

Materials Required: The Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence Handbook; Fourth Edition by Russell T. Westcott, Editor and ASQ CMQ/OE Test Bank Questions

Attendance: Individuals looking to achieve their ASQ CMQ/OE certification who are involved with Quality Management, or support the quality functions within an organization, seeking to learn foundational aspects of Quality Management.

Technology Required: Collaborative meeting room: GoToMeeting (downloads must be completed on all devices before training)

  • Internet Explorer 7.0, Mozilla Firefox 4.0, Google Chrome 5.0 (JavaScript and Java enabled) or the latest version of each web browser
  • Windows 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
  • Cable modem, DSL, or better Internet connection (700 Kbps of Internet bandwidth and a dual-core 1.6GHz CPU with 2 GB of RAM)
  • Dual-core 2.4GHz CPU or faster with 2GB of RAM (recommended)

VoIP: Participants wishing to connect to audio using VoIP will need broadband connection, a microphone and speakers. (A USB headset is required.)

Statement:

  • Course completion certificates are provided upon completion of the course.
  • Completion of this course in no way guarantees a passing score on the ASQ CMQ/OE exam.

CMQ/OE Certification Preparation Course Agenda

Item

BoK

Activities

Part I
Jan 9

Leadership

Discuss quality manager’s role in organizational leadership and as quality champion and customer advocate. Deploy change agent strategies in support of organization-wide continual improvement efforts. Develop teams and participate on them in various roles.

Part II
Jan 16

Strategic Plan Development and Deployment

Review how to develop and maintain organizational focus on the importance of quality and performance excellence. Create quality policies and procedures in support of the strategic plan, and integrate those policies and processes into the tactics developed to support the strategic plan.

Part III
Jan 23

Management Elements and Methods

Discuss management abilities in human resources, financial, risk, and knowledge management applications. Use effective communication methods in various situations to support continuous improvement efforts.

Part IV
Jan 30

Quality Management Tools

Learn to select and use appropriate tools and methodologies to plan, implement, and evaluate projects. Develop, deploy, and evaluate quality plans that can be used throughout the organization. Evaluate and recommend appropriate quality models or systems to implement in various situations.

Part V
Feb 6

Customer-Focused Organizations

Review how to identify and segment customers using a variety of criteria and tools. Identify and prioritize product or service design and development on the basis of customer requirements and feedback. Solicit customer input proactively and combine with market analysis and other research to achieve organizational goals, etc. Use customer expectations and feedback to manage continual improvement projects.

Part VI
Feb 13

Supply Chain Management

Define, develop and implement supplier management systems from selection process through partnership agreements. Identify methods for assessing supplier performance at various levels of customer-supplier relationships.

Part VII
Feb 20

Training and Development

Review how to demonstrate knowledge and ability in developing, implementing, and evaluating needs assessment, training delivery methods, and outcomes of training efforts.