Standardization Training


Process Approach is the determination of processes in harmony with organization’s mission, vision, and values and the analysis of the processes and their intra-relationships. The aim of Process Approach is to have absolute control over processes.

Standardization is the creation of procedures that all employees must follow when doing a job. Its most basic method is SOP (standard operating procedures). The purpose of a standard operation procedure is to define the performance of a controlled process.


  • Process Management Concept
  • Components of Process Management
  • Benefits of Process Management, Process Review
  • Process Flow Diagram Concept
  • Methods of Creating Process Flow Diagrams
  • Concept of Standard, Concept of Standardization
  • Scope of Standardization
  • Purpose of Standardization
  • Function of Standardization
  • Definition and Purpose of Standard Operating Procedures
  • Preparation of Standard Operating Procedures
  • Importance of Standard Operating Procedures,
  • Examples of Standard Operating Procedures
  • On the Job Training and SOP Integration


  • Preparing a standard operation procedure


  • Process components;
  • Process Owners will be able to identify inputs, outputs, resources, documentation needs, goals and metrics.
  • POs will be able to measure process performance indicators.
  • POs will be able to understand the workflow symbols and determine their use areas.
  • POs will be able to create workflow charts of processes.
  • POs will be able to create the necessary knowledge and know-how for the development and redesigning of processes.
  • To be able to understand the place and importance of standard operating procedures in enterprises.
  • Ability to make the necessary preparations to create a standard operating procedure.
  • Ability to determine the operational steps and basic points of a process.
  • Ability to create a standard operating procedure for a process.
  • Ability to perform work to minimize non-standard deviations in processes.
  • Ability to learn about the quality and efficiency improvements in standardization outputs.
  • Ability to obtain a standard output with standard ways of doing business, methods.
  • Ability to get a reference for inspections that can be performed in the process, a basis for improvements.
  • Ability to prevent Implementation confusion in the process.
  • Ability to create operations-based processes instead of employee-based processes to support business continuity.