Statistical Process Control

What you will learn:

  • Different types of data and analysis tools such as Histograms, Pareto charts, Run charts, Cause and Effect diagrams, Flowcharts, and Control charts
  • Concepts of sampling, sources of variation, and distribution types
  • Types of Control Charts and uses and applications
  • Constructing a control chart, specification limits and control limits
  • How to interpret control charts and when to make process adjustments
  • Measurement system analysis and gauge repeatability and reproducibility
  • How to identify and react to out of control conditions
  • Process capability and process improvement techniques
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Description

The focus of this course is to review and give participants the basic concepts of statistics and the use of statistical techniques to manage and control processes.  The course is designed to help personnel understand variation and the differences between inherent variation and special causes of variation.   The course will focus on control charts and how to construct, interpret, and identify out of control conditions, along with the actions necessary maintain process control.  In addition, the participants will learn the different sources of variation, specifically measurement variation, and techniques to identify and reduce variability.  Participates will apply the principles to hands on exercises to reinforce the learning.

COURSE OUTLINE:

Module 1:

  • Introduction to data analysis and data analysis tools
  • Introduction to SPC, variation, and basic statistics

Module 2:

  • Introduction to Control Charts and X-Bar and R charts
  • Use of Control Charts
  • Iinterpreting Control Charts

Module 3:

  • Measurement System Analysis and gauge techniques
  • Reacting to out of control conditions
  • Techniques for variation reduction
  • Process Capability and introduction to process improvement methods

 

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