Statistical Process Control (SPC)

This workshop teaches the student how to set up the appropriate type of control chart for the process under study. SPC is one of the older tools for the process analyst and is a valuable tool for detecing shifts in the process.  For many, this is the first tool used to understand process behaviour. 

This workshop is suited for the technical person(s) responsible for process performance. 

Duration

1 day​​
Topics Covered
  • probability concepts

  • Normal Distribution 

  • control chart limits

  • rational subgrouping

  • Western Electric rules

  • average and range charts

  • create an average and range chart in Excel and analyse

  • individual and moving range charts

  • create an I-MR chart in Excel and analyse

  • p-charts

  • create a p-chart in Excel and analyse

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the workshop, the participant will be able to;

  • Understand and design for rational subgroups.

  • Define the concept of variation and describe it statistically. 

  • Select the right control chart for the application.

  • Analyse a control chart for statistically significant behaviour.

  • Create a control chart using Excel

Call, email or fill in the form below to arrange this workshop on site for your team.

Chris Butterworth

chris@belfield.ca

604 728 9405

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chris@belfield.ca

604 728 9405

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Chris Butterworth

Master Black Belt

Vancouver, BC