• Natural and unnatural variation

  • Probability

  • Expected occurrences vs. actual occurrences

  • Histograms

  • Normal distribution curve

  • Standard deviation

  • Calculating mean and range

Program Pricing SPC training

1 Leader's Binder,  SPC Instructional  DVD,  Course Overheads $950.00
1 Participant Kits  SPC Participant Workbook and Pre-and Post Tests.  $36.00 each







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The two unit SPC Training program takes a back-to-basics approach in teaching Statistical Process Control. Its friendly and non-threatening style ensures everyone will learn Statistical Process Control and confidently apply it back on the job. 

Available in English and Spanish.

Reading Level: 6th -7th grade.

  • 1 Participant's Guide​

  • 1 Pre-Test

  • 1 Post-Test

  • 1 Certificate of Completion 

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Program Content

The Participant's Kit includes:
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The Leader's Pack includes:

Prerequisites: Basic math, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division 

Module 2: Application of Basic Statistics to Process Control 

Training Time: 8 -10 hours.

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Module 1: Basic Statistics for Process Control Variation

Specifications

A Start-Up (SU) program consists of two parts: a Leader's Pack and a Participant's Kit for each trainee.

Statistics for Short Run, Batch and Continuous Processes is also available for nontraditional SPC please give us a call at 440.823.6759 if this is your process.​

Audience: Operators, first-line supervisors, those who have little or no prior exposure to statistical process control. Also ideal for ongoing and refresher training. 

Statistical Process Control


This program is exactly what it's title suggests; 
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  • DVD

  • 1 Leader's Binder with:
  1. 1 Leader's Guide
  2. 1 Participant's Kit
  • 1 pad of R charts
  • Definition of SPC 

  • How SPC can improve quality

  • Relationship between distribution of individuals and sample averages 

  • Purpose of control charts

  • Central line

  • Difference between control limits and tolerances

  • Relationship of normal distribution curve to control limits

  • Why the control chart has power

  • Definition and purpose of process capability studies

  • Variables and attributes

  • Control chart interpretation