In order to ensure that our new staff members master the knowledge and skills they need to perform their tasks, PQC conducts a unique training program comprised of three parts: 5s, training, and seminars. We focus our efforts on the development of their cutting-edge technical skills and know-how.

1st S - Seiri (sorting out) Sort
Reduce what is unnecessary or redundant in the workplace, and make sure that what is necessary is available.
2nd S - Seiton (orderliness) Set in order
Determine places and methods for storage, and develop storage rules. Eliminate the losses of time incurred when searching for something.
3rd S - SEISOU (cleaning) Shine
Clean the workplace thoroughly, and take steps if any issues are found. Look for the cause of any dirt found, and take measures accordingly. Treat cleaning as an inspection of your own workplace.
4th S - Seiketsu (hygiene) Standardise
Keep the workplace clean so as to facilitate visual inspections. Treat this as the norm.
5th S - Shitsuke (discipline) Sustain
Create a system for a workplace where the 5 Ss are upheld, and acquire the habit of observing this system's rules.
New inspection staff undergoes a training period of at least two months during which they are trained to master inspection techniques.
1.Basic training on the various items, the names and dimension of parts, etc., based on PQC manuals
2.Practical training on inspection techniques by trainers, based on the sewn product standards of customers
3.On-site training on the various types of defects by leaders

Since holding a seminar in Dhaka with the the Japan Textile Products Quality and Technology Center (QTEC) in 2011, PQC has been working to improve textile product inspections and quality technology.

In the future, with the support of The Overseas Human Resources and Industry Development Association (HIDA), PQC will endeavor to bring better, faster services to its customers and partner plants in all ASEAN areas.