Creative Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

Is it possible to reduce the time and cost of a service implementation or of a product development, while increasing its perceived image, quality and reliability?

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If you do not use FMEA yet...

FMEA is a powerful tool used in the early stages of product design and development that allows to identify, prevent and prioritise potential failures of a system, proposing actions to eliminate them or to minimise their effects.

And all this before they appear or before producing prototypes. In other words, when modifications are still cheap and easy to be made.

On top of this, it allows to prioritise the available resources for the system development, to document the process for future developments and gather the company experience, generating lessons learned documentation.

As a result of this, it helps to reduce the cost and time of a product development, and increases, at the same time, its quality.

As differential value, we have integrated in the methodology tools from the field of creativity, obtaining as a result a more dynamic and enjoyable methodology, which feeds back an increase of the obtained benefits.

On top of this, the FMEA is a document increasingly required by different customers, especially in countries like the UK, Germany, etc.., where he is one of the required documents in the development of any product. Therefore, it is a key document in the internationalization of the company.


To train the user with the knowledge and tools for the correct methodology progress, so all its potential benefits can be obtained.

Aimed at:

Design and development engineers

Product designers

Managers, directors

Course topics

1: What is FMEA?;

2: Objectives and benefits;

3: FMEA types: concept, design and process;

4: Process preparation;

5: Methodology: functions identification, failure modes, failure causes, controls (prevention and detection), risk assessment (severity, occurrence y detection), resources prioritasion (criticality and risk priority number), recommended actions;

6: Follow-up plan;

7: Common mistakes;

8: Exercises;

9: Tables


Presential on-site


Distance learning