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.​

Module 2: Application of Basic Statistics to Process Control 

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.  $38.00 each

  • 1 Participant's Guide​

  • 1 Pre-Test

  • 1 Post-Test

  • 1 Certificate of Completion 

Statistical Process Control

This program is exactly what it's title suggests; 
No Sweat!

  • DVD

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

Reading Level: 6th -7th grade.

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

  • Natural and unnatural variation

  • Probability

  • Expected occurrences vs. actual occurrences

  • Histograms

  • Normal distribution curve

  • Standard deviation

  • Calculating mean and range

Program Content

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The Participant's Kit includes:
The Leader's Pack includes:
Module 1: Basic Statistics for Process Control Variation

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.

Training Time: 8 -10 hours.

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

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

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  • 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