Why do you need a 2nd level?

You are right, our Conformity of Production – Level 1 training already teaches all the basics – without exception or limitation. Everything you need to know within the framework of CoP, you will already learn in the 1st qualification level.

Beyond the basics of CoP Level 1 training, however, there are some specifics that are especially important for professionals. Due to uncertainty about the exact minimum requirements of the legislation, a larger scope of testing is typically planned than required. Experience has also shown that a high product and equipment variance leads to too much testing in almost all companies. Individual characteristics are tested even though sufficient evidence has already been provided.

Have you perhaps also considered how you can reduce the effort and cost of CoP? But you want to be sure that the detection quality is maintained?

Have you also thought about how you can specifically fulfill the requirement for a “random sample”? What is the difference between a quality assurance inspection and a CoP inspection?

Our Conformity of Production – Level 2 training is designed to answer precisely such questions. A very high proportion of practical exercises ensures that the knowledge acquired can be applied in practice.

It is also possible to adapt this training to specific departments in the company, for example, internal laboratories that are to perform CoP measurements.

The CoP – Level 1 training or the Approval Procedures Level 1 training is highly recommended as an entry qualification.

In this training you will clearly benefit from the expert from the field with 6 years of experience as Head of Conformity of Production and other positions in the field of homologation/ type testing/ vehicle monitoring.

The high proportion of practical exercises gives the training a workshop character.

This training includes

1 Basics – repetition
2 Quality management system/CoP-Q
3 Product testing/CoP-P verification
4 random samples
5 Approval mark

The training is also offered as an open course upon request.

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