STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL ( SPC )

One Day Work Shop Presented By CTRI (CT Research Institute)

Research and Training wing of Western Thomson Group

COURSE OBJECTIVE

Statistical Process Control (SPC) is a structured method to understand process variation using various statistical methods. Through this method, process variations are quantified such that they can be compared with specifications & standards and actions can be initiated to reduce the processes variation.

In this work shop, these concepts are explained step by step through examples and work practices. This workshop would help the participants to understand the SPC concepts clearly and use them in their work place and thus improve their process performance.

BODY OF KNOWLEDGE

STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL (SPC)
  • Types of data
  • Sampling theory fundamentals
  • Descriptive statistics – Mean, Median, Mode & SD
  • Understanding variation
  • Special cause and Common cause
  • Control charts for Variable data
  • Calculating control limits
  • Interpretation of Results & Improvement actions
  • Control charts for Attribute data
  • Process capability
  • Ratios Cp, Cpk, Pp & Ppk
  • Concept of Cpm
  • Sigma level and ppm
  • Worked examples
  • Work Practice
  • SPC in MiniTab (Statistical Software)

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

  • Lecture & Presentations
  • Practical examples
  • Case studies
  • Work practice
  • Demonstration on MiniTab Statistical software