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Advanced Statistical Process Control
To satisfy customer demands while remaining competitive, today’s quality control programs need to be based on processes that are stable and predictable. Statistical Process Control (SPC) provides the means for the scientific control of product quality.
As the quality practitioner progresses in experience, it becomes clear that basic control charts are not sufficient to solve all problems. Sometimes a more sophisticated chart, like EWMA and CUSUM, is needed. Sometimes a different technique, like designed experiments, is required.
This course is intended to extend the knowledge of the quality
person to the next level of statistical application. This
course assumes a basic understanding of SPC. 2.1 CEUs
How you will benefit:
$895. This includes continental breakfast and lunch on all three days. Participants will also receive Process Quality Control by Ott, Schilling and Neubauer.