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Statistical Quality Control (SQC) Training Course in Egypt



This course offers applications of the SPC techniques that are an integral part of the corporate-wide quality control effort. Participants are introduced to the concept of variation and how it can be used as a powerful tool in quality control activities. 

The course also provides practical learning of measuring systems for accuracy, reproducibility, repeatability, and when SPC is appropriate. Types of control charts include Xbar-R, X-moving R, P, C, nP, and U charts.  The Shewhart analysis is presented via examples and understanding of the statistical significance of each out-of-control condition. 

Participants will work in teams in hands-on practical exercises that demonstrate the relationship between sigma levels, Cp, and Cpk values.

After completing this course you will:

  • understand the statistical concepts underpinning Statistical Process Control

  • understand the effects of variation on processes and be able to use that understanding to make sound decisions

  • able to conduct Process Capability Studies and apply Control Charts in your workplace

  • interpret the output of Statistical Process Control methods effectively, avoiding misconceptions and identifying opportunities for process improvement

Course Outline:

  • Improving Quality

  • Meeting customer needs

  • What is variation?

  • Control strategies

  • In specification vs. on target

  • The Histogram

    • Measure the variation of a process

    • Mean, median, range, and standard deviation

    • The normal distribution (bell curve)

    • Interpreting patterns of variation in a histogram

  • The Control Chart

    • Introduction to control charts

    • Understanding control limits

    • Control limits vs. spec limits

    • Variable control charts

    • X bar R

    • X bar S

    • Median and R

    • X and MR

    • Cusum charts

    • Attribute control charts

    • Interpreting control charts

  • Normal variation

    • Special cause vs. common cause

    • Definition of control

    • What is out of control?

    • Out of control conditions – when to react

  • Process Capability

    • Why study Capability?

    • Measurement systems

    • Definition of capability

    • Measuring capability

    • Cp and PPM rate

  • Lot By Lot Acceptance Sampling  

  • Mil Standard

  • Summary and Wrap-up





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