Binghamton University's Watson School offers continuing education course for engineers
BINGHAMTON, NY -- The Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science at Binghamton University will host an "Engineering Design – Quality Control and Metrics" course at 8 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. 7., at the new Engineering and Science Building at the Innovative Technologies Complex on Murray Hill Road.
Daryl Santos, professor and manager of SMART Lab for the department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering at Binghamton University, will present the 4-hour course. He has over 20 years of experience implementing quality control and applying engineering economics within the field of industry. Participants will learn about the key elements of process quality such as the range of quality methods and the costs of quality, and the benefits and impact of process capability indices. Other topics to be covered include product quality metrology, the use of quality measures on the supply chain and attribute-based quality measurement systems.
This training complies with the New York State Office of Professions for continuing education requirements. In addition, the Broome Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) has approved the course for 4 professional development hours (PDH).
The course fee is $125 for NYSSPE members or $150 for non-members. Registration includes a continental breakfast, coffee breaks, parking and class materials.
Enrollment is limited and early registration is encouraged. For more information and to register, visit: http://www2.binghamton.edu/watson/professional-development/programs/professional-engineering/index.html, or call the Watson School's Office of Industrial Outreach at (607) 777-2154.