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Quality control education in the community collegeThis paper describes the Quality Control Program at Daytona Beach Junior College, including course descriptions. The program in quality control required communication between the college and the American Society for Quality Control (ASQC). The college has machinery established for certification of the learning process, and the society has the source of teachers who are competent in the technical field and who are the employers of the educational products. The associate degree for quality control does not have a fixed program, which can serve all needs, any more than all engineering degrees have identical programs. The main ideas which would be common to all quality control programs are the concept of economic control of a repetitive process and the concept of developing individual potentialities into individuals who are needed and productive.
Document ID
19940004500
Document Type
Other
Authors
Greene, J. Griffen (Daytona Beach Junior Coll. FL, United States)
Wilson, Steve (General Electric Co. Daytona Beach, FL., United States)
Date Acquired
August 16, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1966
Publication Information
Publication: American Society for Quality Control, Twentieth Annual Technical Conference Transactions
Subject Category
QUALITY ASSURANCE AND RELIABILITY
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Other