In late 2011 the TAUS Dynamic Quality Framework (DQF) working group published its first report on translation quality evaluation. This report kindled a strong interest in translation quality management. In early 2015 Willem Stoeller created a new training course on translation quality management and DQF in close cooperation with TAUS. This training presents a comprehensive overview of a translation quality methodology combined with a review of the DQF tools for content profiling, quality evaluation, machine translation engine comparison and post-editing productivity. The course also includes a number of real-world case studies. All participants will receive free access to the TAUS DQF tools for ten weeks. This will allow them to complete the exercises detailed in the course materials. Upon completion of the exercises, participants will receive a certificate of completion from TAUS and the Localization Institute.