Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Participants will gain basic training regarding the use of statistical methods in order to assure consistent quality of a manufactured product or service.
- The Origins of Statistical Process Control (SPC)
- Understanding Variation
- Distributions and Their Properties
- The Deming View
- The Importance of MSA
- Sampling Strategies
- Passive Versus Active Data Analysis
- Control Charts for Variables Data
- Short Runs SPC
- Introduction to Attributes
- Control Charting for Attributes Data
- Rare Events Charts
- Pulling it All Together
This eight-hour program is targeted for Quality Professionals, Engineering and Technical Personnel, Process Improvement and Production professionals.
We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.
Kent State training and certification facilitator, Robert Skillman is a Six Sigma Master Black Belt and a Lean Master Sensei who has been training and certifying Black Belts in Six Sigma and Lean methods since 1997.
Stephen Skillman is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt who facilitates the training of the Lean Six Sigma Black Belts at Kent State University. Skillman received his bachelor's degree in business administration from Lake Erie College.
“Dynamic speaker, very engaging and made concepts easy to understand and apply.”
Christian Hardman, Manufacturing Engineer,