Review of 2018 ASQ CRE Body of Knowledge

An Overall Review of the 2018 ASQ CRE Body of Knowledge

The new CRE body of knowledge goes into effect for exams starting January 2018.

The changes include topic that have been dropped, added, or altered. There also is a new structure with 5 main groups rather than the previous seven. Overall, the BoK remained pretty much the same with a reorganization of the topics.

Reading the new BoK and comparing to the old BoK raises a few concerns or observations. Let’s take a look at…

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Fred Schenkelberg

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Reliability Engineering and Management Consultant focused on improving product reliability and increasing equipment availability.

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