This two-day hands-on seminar is designed to provide
participants with an understanding of the importance of SPC in
controlling and improving the production process and to give
students a practical knowledge of using statistical methods in
analyzing the production and service processes.
An additional three-day class is available that covers Capability
Analysis and SPC. This three-day hands-on seminar is designed
to teach participants how to implement SPC within industries
that have set up variation, slow and rapid tool wear, and
continuous processes where adjustments occur on a daily basis.
Emphasis on analysis of data and effects on the processes using
eight types of control charts expands the users’ ability to address
non-normal, multivariate and unilateral variables.
Who Should Attend
This seminar is designed for individuals who have direct
responsibility for defining and developing an organization’s
measuring, monitoring and analytical processes using data
collection, charts and statistical tools appropriate for its
products, processes and business goals and objectives.
Recommended Training and/or Experience
Fundamental knowledge of computational mathematics is recommended for understanding the topics discussed.
Each participant will receive a seminar manual and a workbook including all team breakout exercises.
Please bring a calculator.
- Present a hands-on approach to learning the principles and practices of SPC and process analysis
- Understand the uses and benefits of control charts and be able to construct and interpret them
- Understand the role that SPC plays in the overall control strategy for a process and/or company
- Introduction to Statistical Process Control
- Process Variation
- Normal Theory and Central Limit Theorem
- Visible Signs of Special Causes
- Other Types of Charts
- Process Capability
- Control Charts for Non-normal Processes