Certified PIEK Operator – Quality- and Acceptance criteria for cable and harness assemblies
The Certified PIEK Operator Quality and Acceptance criteria for cable and harness assemblies training covers various aspects of wire harness assembly.
We can think of process information, like which materials are used, which tools are used, how do I handle my tools?
But also the criteria that the end product must meet in order to be delivered to a customer.
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The Certified PIEK Operator – Quality- and Acceptance criteria for cable and harness assemblies is suitable for the following target group:
The target group for this training is actually everyone who works within the wire harness assembly. This can be people who prepare the processes, who set up the processes, who do the inspections. The quality departments within the wire harness assembly companies.
Actually everyone who comes into contact with wire harnesses would benefit from attending this training. The companies for which this training is very suitable are suppliers who make wire harness assemblies for third parties, like EMS companies.
But also companies that built their wire harness assemblies themselves and process them in their own products. It is also suited for companies that purchase wire harness assemblies and then further process them in their end products and inspect these delivered wire harness assemblies at incoming inspection before they are built into the end product.
The Certified PIEK Operator – Quality- and Acceptance criteria for cable and harness assemblies training is interesting for employees of different companies.
Actually what you learn in this training is very diverse. Amongst other things, this will be what tools are used within the various operations that are applied to wire harness assemblies. In particular for the soldering and crimp processes and all other operations that are performed there.
This training discusses the materials used and their specific properties. Furthermore calibration of tools (as far as necessary) is discussed as well as is the correct handling of the tools, cleaning and such matters. So all general requirements for the processes and people who work on wire harness assemblies.
Also the criteria applicable for the end product before delivery are discussed and this for soldered connections, crimped connections that are used in wire harnesses as well as all further aspects of the assembly of the wire harness and all operations involved and how the finished product will have to look like.
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Application of the Certified PIEK Operator – Quality- and Acceptance criteria for cable and harness assemblies training in companies.
The moment you have attended this training you will be able to get a good impression of what is involved in wire harness assembly with regard to tools, materials and so on. You will be able to judge the product to check if it meets all the criteria that apply.
And make a statement whether or not the product meets the specified requirements before it is delivered. Furthermore, if you want to use the information that you received during this training to check incoming products, you will also be able to make statements whether these products meet the requirements and can be further processed in the final product.
The added value of the Certified PIEK Operator – Quality- and Acceptance criteria for cable and harness assemblies Training and certification.
The added value here is that you will be able to handle the tools and materials correctly, to make statements about the quality requirements that are specified for the products.
To be able to sort out the products that do not meet the requirements and decide not to process them further. It will provide you with self-secureness and ascertain you are capable to take decisions and prevent products that do not meet the requirements from being processed further in a final product.
This you could say is the added value of this training.