Analyzing the data on your control chart will help you keep your processes in a state of statistical control. This course provides a few rules and guidelines that will help you identify potential problems before the process creates defective products.

Learning Objectives
  • Prepare a control chart for analysis
  • Explain the eight basic control chart tests
  • Analyze the averages chart
  • Analyze the range chart
Language: English
Estimate Time (Hrs.): 0.9

Process capability is a measure of the ability of a process to produce products that meet or exceed the engineering requirements. It is the standard for evaluating the statistical capability of a manufacturing process.

Learning Objectives
  • Define process capability
  • Define specification limits
  • Calculate process capability
  • Calculate the process capability index
  • Explain how the location of the process mean impacts process capability
Language: English
Estimate Time (Hrs.): 1

Problem solving tools are used to identify the root causes of problems in a process. They are designed to create a methodical path towards problem resolution.

Learning Objectives
  • List the seven quality control tools
  • Define and explain the seven basic quality tools
  • Create a cause-and-effect diagram
  • Create a check sheet
  • Create a histogram
  • Create a pareto chart
  • Create basic graphs
Language: English
Estimate Time (Hrs.): 1.1

Problem solving is one of the most difficult things you will ever do. It requires a strong mind, willpower, and knowledge of problem solving processes to get to the root cause of difficult problems.

Learning Objectives
  • Explain the Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle
  • Define the required tasks for each step of the Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle
  • Identify how the seven quality tools are used in the Plan, Do, Check, Act Cycle
Language: English
Estimate Time (Hrs.): 0.9