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Reducing Variation with SPC

Statistical Process Control (SPC) provides the means for the control of product quality and the reduction of process variation. For success you need to know how to collect data, understand the concepts of variation, select the appropriate chart for your process and interpret the results. This seminar also shows participants how to use MINITAB® to create the charts.

Topics Include:

  • Variability and randomness
  • Definition of “process”
  • Process capability
  • Central Limit Theorem
  • Normal and binomial distributions
  • Special cause and assignable cause variation
  • X and R charts, plus I/MR charts for individual observations
  • P, np, c and u charts
  • SPC using MINITAB®
Schedule

Please contact Margi Ochs, Marketing, 585-475-6113 or mmobbu@rit.edu for upcoming dates.

Pricing

$350 per individual

Discounts (for individual registrations)

Only one discount per person.

  • MedTech Association Members: 10%
  • GRQC Members: 10%
  • RIT Alumni: 20%
  • RIT Employees: 20%
  • Full-Time College Students (all institutions): 20%   
    College students contact Susan Chapman at sjcpph@rit.edu or 585-475-6990 for a coupon code.

Cancellation Policy
Refunds will be issued for cancellations received and confirmed at least 10 business days prior to the program date. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after that date. Please email cqas@rit.edu with any questions.

Registration

Please contact Margi Ochs, Marketing, 585-475-6113 or mmobbu@rit.edu for upcoming dates.

Contact: 
Margi Ochs
Margi Ochs
Senior Program Manager, Instructor
585-475-6113
HLC/2554