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International Training & Certification Program

SPC Masterclass Certification for General Manufacturing Excellence

About Training

In this two days course, participants will master the necessary skills of Statistical Process Control & how these tools can be applied to contribute to manufacturing Excellence. They will master the tools to identify problem & to control / address consequences of that problem in the process. This course has pre-requisite. It’s a rigorous training to aid participants to assimilate the topics taught.

Training attendees will work through real life examples related to General Manufacturing Industry, with guidance from the instructor.




20th & 21th June 2018


Additional Information:

  • All our Courses are Non-Residential. But we can suggest suitable accommodation options, for International participants.
  • Participants need to bring their laptops with Minitab 18 Trial or Licensed version pre-installed, for doing few exercises.
  • For people with Special needs, necessary Seating & Accessibility arrangements can be made, on prior intimation.
  • The Course is delivered in English language only.

Topics include

Day 1:

    • Process Variation
    • Types of Process Variation
    • Introduction to Statistical Process Control (SPC)
    • Variable Control Charts and Attribute Control Charts in Detail
    • Capability Analysis in Detail
    • Simple, multiple and non-Linear Regression

Prerequisite: Data Analysis Essentials Certification for Manufacturing Excellence.

Day 2:

    • Design of Factorial Experiments
    • Normal Effects Plot and Pareto of Effects
    • Power and Sample Size
    • Main Effect, Interaction, and Cube Plots
    • Center Points, Overlaid Contour Plots
    • Multiple Response Optimization and Measurement System Analysis (with one Example)

Prerequisite: Data Analysis Essentials Certification for Manufacturing Excellence and and 1st day’s course of SPC Masterclass Certification for General Manufacturing Excellence.

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