1 day, 6.5 PDHs (Professional Development Hours) for Engineers
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This one-day workshop will develop your understanding of key SPC methodologies as needed within a quality management system through group activities and individual participation. After this event, you will be able to identify the need for SPC tools within your organization; select the appropriate tool for an identified purpose or recognize a more complex methodology; apply the selected tools; interpret the results of the application; and make correct decisions based on the interpretation. This hands-on event will provide you with both functional and applicable skills.
Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) is highly recommended as a prerequisite prior to attending Statistical Process Control.
- Quality managers
- Quality team leaders
- Anyone involved in the implementation of a quality management system
- Anyone involved in the engineering, manufacturing, quality control or sales of a product
- The concepts of this course is the application of statistical methods to monitor control of the manufacturing process as well as any process with a measurable output.
- About the distinct advantages SPC over quality methods, such as inspection, that apply resources to detecting and correcting problems after they have occurred.
- SPC Rationale
- SPC Tools: Control Charts, etc.
- SPC Implementation
- Process Capability Analysis
- Prevention vs. detection
- Capability vs. control
- Understanding the process
- Understanding the process variation
- Elimination of the sources of special cause variation