SPC-Statistical Process Control Training

Statistical Process Control (SPC) provides sound information upon which to make decisions. It allows process performance tracking on a real-time basis, allowing for actions to be taken before failure occurs. The best decisions are made using facts and data. The collection and interpretation of data is equally important in manufacturing and service environments.


Who should attend to the training?

  • Managers, supervisors and employees who are responsible for quality defect prevention
  • Employees involved in the design of process
  • Employees involved in business improvement or process improvement management
  • Managers wishing to understand the benefits of FMEA before company implementation
  • Team members involved in a support role

What will I learn in the training?

Upon completion of the training, you will be able to:

  • Understand SPC and basic statistical concepts
  • Understand different types of control chart and define control limits
  • Understand the concepts of process control and process capability

The Course covers

  • Introduction to SPC
  • Basic statistical concepts
  • Types of Control Chart
  • Calculating Control Limits
  • Variables Control Charts
  • Uses of Control Charts
  • Process Capability
  • Process Control v Process Capability
  • Capability Indices: Cp/Cpk/Pp/Ppk
  • Attribute Control Charts
  • Company Implementation

Course Benefits

  • Practical workshops to reinforce the learning experience.
  • Data is generated during the course and used to construct and interpret various control charts and to assess stability and capability for the business

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the training, you will be able to:

  • Understand SPC and basic statistical concepts
  • Understand different types of control chart and define control limits
  • Understand the concepts of process control and process capability

What's included in the training?

Includes refreshments, lunch and delegate manual

Certificates of attendance are provided at the conclusion of the course.