SPC provides powerful tools for planning and improvement. ISO 9000/2000 emphasises measuring, monitoring and continuous improvement. The automotive QS 9000 explicitly requires Statistical Process Control applications.
The ‘old-style’ approach to SPC is complex, unfriendly and difficult to sustain. This course will show you how to avoid the common problems of the traditional approach. It will show you how to adapt and select the SPC tools suited to your workplace and to make real, sustainable, gains for your business.
On completion of the course, participants should be able to contribute to:
Who should attend?
People who want to know how SPC can improve their business; Production, Engineering, and Quality Personnel.
Bring your own data
…and develop your own customised SPC tools and methods during the course.
Spreadsheet templates provided for common SPC tools
Learn how to:
Begin With The Basics:
Move On To:
Alan Long is a Chartered Statistician and is an acknowledged expert in the application of statistical methods to a wide range of business and manufacturing environments. He has been applying SPC to Australian businesses since 1982. Alan enjoys an excellent reputation as an instructor and wrote the STATMAN series of training books.
$795 covers books, notes, Excel spreadsheets to analyse your own data, lunch and refreshments. Please refer to our standard terms and conditions for further registration details.
What to Bring?
Information on current trial work, problems or development issues.If possible, a laptop with a 3 1/2inch floppy drive.