Statistical Process Control Training
for Short Run, Batch and Continuous Processes

 Statistics for Short Run, Batch and Continuous Processes

This 4 unit training program features video and examples from industries such as mining, food processing, aerospace, packaging and others. Testimonials from quality assurance professionals show how SPC works in non-traditional settings.

Specifications
 Audience: Operators, first-line supervisors. Good refresher training for engineers Training Time: 16 hours Reading Level: 6th-7th grade Prerequisites: Basic math, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Ideally, the audience will have some fam- iliarity with traditional statistical process control practices and control charts. In this way, they will be able to differentiate between traditional SPC and the application of SPC in the process industries. Training Design: Performance-based instruction. The video and print materials are interactive, requiring active participa- tion by students.

Program Content
 Module 1: Basic Statistics for Process Control Normal and non-normal variation Common and assignable causes Variable data Key quality characteristics Constructing histograms Calculating mean, range and standard deviation Estimating sigma How SPC improves quality and reduces costs Process Capability
 Module 2: SPC for Special Applications Control charts How averaging affects distribution Short-run, batch and continuous processes Special applications control charts Decision tree for identifying the most appropriate chart to use Control chart interpretation Characteristics that demonstrate process control Signs of an out of control process
 Module 3: Target Nominal and Standardized Control Charts Strengths and weaknesses of the target nominal chart Code and plot sample data on a target nominal chart Chart interpretation Strengths and weaknesses of the standardized chart Standardize and plot sample data on a standardized chart Chart interpretation Examples of industries using target nominal and standardized control charts
 Module 4: Individual X and Moving Average Control Charts Strengths and weaknesses of the individual X/moving range chart Plot sample data on an individual X control chart Calculate and plot a moving range control chart Chart interpretation Strengths and weaknesses of the moving average/moving range chart Calculate and plot sample data on a moving range chart Chart interpretation Examples of industries using individual X and moving average control charts

 A Start-Up (SU) program consists of two parts: a Leader's Pack and a Participant's Kit for each trainee. The Leader's Pack includes: DVD 1 Leader's Binder with:   1 Leader's Guide (4 modules)   1 Session Planner The Participant's Kit includes: 1 Participant's Guide 1 Pre-Test 1 Post-Test 1 Certificate of Completion
 Number of people to train Start-Up Program Leader's Pack (one-time cost) Participants Kit (each) Total for Participant's Kit Complete Start-Up Cost 5 SU 5 \$1095 \$40 \$200 \$1295 15 SU 15 \$1095 \$38 \$570 \$1665 25 SU 25 \$1095 \$36 \$900 \$1995 50 SU 50 \$1095 \$28 \$1400 \$2495 100 SU 100 \$1095 \$26 \$2600 \$3695 200 SU 200 \$1095 \$24 \$4800 \$5895

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