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In 1984, Dr. Hetland was contracted to train a core group of upper-level management representing design, metrology, manufacturing and tooling. The Company’s training objective was to provide geometric dimensioning & tolerancing (GD&T) users with higher competencies and with emphasis placed on harmonization of GD&T across all departments to achieve highest production efficiency. This initiative was brought forth by acknowledging the criticality of doing projects right the first time.
“On-site” training was facilitated in a dedicated room of average size, with a unique whiteboard that encompassed the perimeter of the room. The training was highly interactive due to the involvement of many participants with different reference experiences of GD&T based on their past training, personal utilization, various competency levels and spanning multiple departments.
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