I'm about to finish my engineering studies in Italy and in March I should become an Industrial Engineering (similar to Mechanical Engineering).
After that I'm moving to the UK. In this month I would like to find a master which allow me to become a quality inspector (in the mechanical field).
I would love working in quality control, instrumentation and measurements.
I'm not very interested in quality assurance and quality management.
I looked at many jobs and I think to know what I need to learn.*
I have been spending several days surfing the web, but I find only 5 masters (**see below if necessary).
Do you know any university where I can find a good MSc (better if in England)? Do you have any tips for me?
Thank you very much.
* These are some things I should learn:
- knowledge of quality systems
- know Metric ad Imperial measurement and tolerances
- understand complex technical drawings
- ability to use measurement tools (digital microscopes, verniers, shadow graphs, electronic comparators)
- working with quality standards such as: BS EN ISO 6001, ISO 2768, ISO 9001, ISO 2000, AS9100
- have knowledge of quality managment systems
- have knowledge of policies and procedures
- planning and estimating CNC (computer numerical control) machined items
- be able to use CMM (coordinate-measuring machine)
- knowledge within FAIRS (First Article Inspection)
**Masters I have found
1) www.derby.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/msccontrolandinstrumentation/ (the best one)