Module Quality Supervisor

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300 hours

About Course

A Quality Supervisor in solar module manufacturing plays a pivotal role in ensuring product quality and adherence to industry standards. They oversee quality control processes, including inspections, audits, and testing, to identify and address defects or deviations. Quality Supervisors work closely with production teams to implement corrective actions and maintain consistent quality standards. They also help develop and enforce quality assurance procedures and provide training to employees to enhance product quality and safety. The role of a Quality Supervisor is crucial in delivering reliable and high-performance solar modules to customers while meeting regulatory and industry requirements.

What Will You Learn?

  • Learning outcomes for a Quality Supervisor in a manufacturing setting can include:
  • 1. Quality Management Knowledge
  • 2. Quality Assurance Skills
  • 3. Team Leadership
  • 4. Regulatory Compliance
  • 5. Data Analysis
  • 6. Problem-Solving
  • 7. Communication
  • 8. Quality Documentation
  • 9. Continuous Improvement
  • 10. Customer Focus
  • These are essential for quality supervisors to effectively manage and enhance the quality control processes within a manufacturing environment.


  • Qualification: Bachelor of Engineering
  • Age: 24+ years
  • Experience: 3+ Years

Course Content

Basics to PV Module
PV (Photovoltaic) modules involve understanding the fundamental components and principles of solar energy conversion. These modules consist of solar cells that capture sunlight and convert it into electricity. The cells are typically made of silicon, and they are interconnected within the module to generate usable electrical power. The front of the module is covered with tempered glass for protection, while the back is often made of a backsheet material. PV modules are designed to withstand outdoor conditions and can be integrated into various applications, such as solar panels for electricity generation or solar water heaters for heating water. Understanding these basics is essential for harnessing solar energy effectively.

  • Introduction & Training of Photovoltaic Module Raw Materials
  • Basic introduction to Photovoltaic Modules
  • Introduction to Efficient Module Technology
  • Process Flow Introduction

Quality inspection
Quality inspection in a module line involves systematic checks and assessments to ensure that solar modules meet predetermined standards and specifications. This process includes visual inspections, measurements, and functional tests to identify defects or deviations from quality requirements. Quality inspectors play a crucial role in maintaining product consistency and reliability by detecting and addressing issues early in the manufacturing process. Inspection results inform decisions on product acceptance, rework, or rejection, contributing to overall product quality and customer satisfaction. In a module line, stringent quality inspection practices are essential to deliver reliable and high-performance solar modules to end-users.

In-Process & Out Going Product Quality
In-Process and Outgoing Product Quality are crucial aspects of quality control in manufacturing. In-Process Quality Control (IPQC) involves monitoring and assessing the quality of products during the manufacturing process. This helps detect and address issues early, ensuring that defects are minimized and product consistency is maintained. IPQC focuses on maintaining quality standards and preventing defects from progressing further in the production line. Outgoing Quality Control (OQC) takes place after manufacturing is complete. It involves a final inspection of finished products before they are shipped to customers. OQC ensures that products meet established quality criteria and conform to specifications. This step verifies that the products leaving the factory are of the desired quality, reducing the likelihood of defective products reaching customers. Together, IPQC and OQC play a vital role in delivering high-quality products to the market, enhancing customer satisfaction, and maintaining a strong reputation for the manufacturer.

Manufacturing Execution System
A Manufacturing Execution System (MES) in a module line is a software solution that monitors and controls various manufacturing processes. It provides real-time data collection, analysis, and reporting, enabling operators and managers to make informed decisions. MES helps optimize production, track work in progress, manage inventory, and ensure compliance with quality and safety standards. It enhances overall efficiency, reduces errors, and facilitates better production planning in solar module manufacturing, contributing to higher productivity and quality. MES is an integral part of modern module line operations.

6s Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment (OHSE)
6S Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment in a solar module line is a comprehensive approach to ensuring a safe, environmentally responsible, and efficient workplace. It involves six key principles: Sort, Set in order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain, and Safety. This methodology streamlines processes, reduces waste, minimizes environmental impact, and prioritizes the health and safety of employees. By implementing 6S, solar module manufacturing can achieve higher productivity while maintaining a commitment to worker well-being and environmental stewardship.


RENX Academy

RENX Academy

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36 Courses

RENX offers best-in-class training solutions to various Industries and Manufacturing facilities. The courses have been tailormade for Various Skilled Technicians, Operators, Executives, Integrated line workforces, engineers and all kinds of associated partners for helping organisations to meet their manufacturing excellence.

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