November 4, 2019 | Susan Napier-Sewell

How Are Students Learning to Solve Equipment Issues in Bogota, Colombia?

Students learn to solve equipment problems in a new way in the 3-Day TapRooT® Equifactor® Training Course in Bogota, Colombia

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In the pictures below are students from the 3-Day TapRooT® Equifactor® Course in Bogota, Colombia, taught by our talented, experienced TapRooT® Instructors Hernando Godoy and Piedad Colmenares. We really appreciate our TapRooT® Instructors!

Many thanks to Diana Munevar for sending these terrific images revealing students’ experiences in the Bogota, Colombia, Equifactor Training Course.

Learn what Equifactor® is and why it’s important 

Equifactor® is not separate from TapRooT® – it is one of the optional techniques. Find out how to use this tool to investigate equipment failures.

Sharpen your equipment troubleshooting skills. Register for an EQUIFACTOR® COURSE today!

The best root cause analysis leads to effective corrective actions

The TAPROOT® SYSTEM teaches you to be a very effective problem-solver. The System is a process with techniques to investigate, analyze, and develop corrective actions to solve problems. The TapRooT® process and tools are completely described in the TAPROOT® INVESTIGATION ESSENTIALS BOOK SET.

Register for a TapRooT® Course

TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training courses are taught all over the world. If you are interested in learning how to stop repeat incidents, find a 2-DAY or 5-DAY course. You may have an interest in one of our other COURSES; let us know if you need help choosing a course.

We are also available to train you and your staff on-site at your workplace; REACH OUT to discuss your needs. Call us at 865.539.2139 for any questions you may have.

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TapRooT® is continually educating and helping you improve your professional root cause analysis skills. Stay current with your root cause analysis skills and training by:

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