This course helps you identify the benefits and components of control charts. You’ll recognize commonly displayed nonrandom patterns and interpret the results of various samples.
Statistical process control (SPC) is the application of statistical techniques to determine if the outputs of a process conform to target product or service models. One of the most common and useful tools in SPC is the control chart. Concepts of control charts demonstrates how to analyze control chart data so that quality technicians and other professionals can judge whether a process has changed, and by how much. They will also be able to associate patterns on a chart with specific influences that are affecting a process to decide whether they want to address these influences. You will have six months to access this course.
Appropriate for both those learners who have not previously studied the subject matter, and those seeking a refresher.