"Tomasz has a huge knowledge of Six Sigma, and what is more important, he is able to share it with others in an easy and understandable way.

A great professional with vast professional experience, and above all, a practitioner who skillfully applies his knowledge."



Karol Zakrzewski

Project manager 

Szkolenie FMEA

"I had the opportunity to take part in trainings conducted by Tomasz twice. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for professional knowledge presented in an accessible way. Tomek has extensive trial experience, is well prepared in terms of content and provides fantastic support for his students. "


Wojciech Gabrysiak

Business consultant

Szkolenie FMEA

"Tomek is a person with extensive knowledge of statistical analysis and process optimization. He communicates it in a modern, interesting and supported by many years of practical experience, and he attaches great importance to the quality of knowledge with which EVERY training participant comes out of the training. Tomek is a real expert."


Paweł Breisa

Process Management Specialist

Szkolenie FMEA

Eight Disciplines Problem Solving Process, 8D

  • This course is designed to provide the information needed to understand, describe and participate in the problem solving process using the 8D method

  • The 8D method is a disciplined process developed by Ford Motor Company to help engineers develop product and improve quality by identifying and solving problems

  • The method is used by all companies in the automotive industry

  • It is often a required method for documenting corrective/corrective actions

What are the benefits?

What are the characteristics of 8D training?

  • Improve the effectiveness of problem solving by applying the 8D method

  • Understand the basic principles behind the 8D method and teamwork
  • Provide a structured and consistent approach to problem solving within the organization
  • Help organizations meet customer-specific problem management requirements
  • Reduce the likelihood of future problems using lessons learned from improvement activities

Who is FMEA training for?

What is the FMEA training model?

What are the requirements?

No prerequisites.

What is the program?

Eight Disciplines Problem Solving Process, 8D

Day 1

Day 2

  • Introduction to critical thinking and the scientific method (PDCA/PDSA)

  • Quality Awareness

  • Operational Definitions

  • Introduction to 8D and the need to effectively engage people in supporting the 8D process

  • D0: Plan

  • D1: Establish the Team 
  • D2: Describe the Problem
  • D3: Develop Interim Containment Actions


  • D4:  Define and Verify Root Cause(s) and Escape Point(s):

    • Supporting tools 8D:

      • Pareto Chart

      • Histogram

      • Ishikawa

      • 5xWhy

      • Correlation Graph

      • Deep Drill/Deep Wide

    • Techniques for generating solutions

      • Brainstorming

      • 6–3–5 Brainwriting

      • Thought Map

      • Force Field Analysis

      • Decision Matrix

      • Affinity Diagram

  • D6: Choose and Verify Permanent Corrective Actions

  • D6: Implement and Validate Permanent Corrective Actions

  • D7: Take preventive measures

  • D8: Recognize Team and Individual Contribution


2 days


  • Proven tools only
  • Use of "why - what - how" sequences throughout the course and each individual topic
  • Frequent use of examples and "case studies"
  • Lots of team exercises (~30% of class time)
  • Lots of repetition and integration of tools
  • Minimal use of PowerPoint presentations
  • Integration of software within each topic rather than teaching it separately
  • Discussion sessions with the trainer
  • Max. 15 participants

This course is designed for people with different functions in the organization - operational, quality, logistics, financial, production, engineering.