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ASQ Kitchener Section Training - Evaluating Process Capability - June 23, 2018

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Saturday, 23 June 2018 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

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Event Details

ASQ Section 405 Training

 

 

Evaluating Process Capability

 

Duration: 6 hours

 

 

Instructor

 

Kenneth Myers, CQE, CSSBB

 

President and senior consultant of Ascendant Consulting Service, Inc., where he assists organizations in developing and implementing strategies for improving product, process, and service competitiveness. 

 

Ken holds a BSc Physics degree from San Diego State University and is a Senior member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ).  He has been an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer since 1993 and a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt since 2006.

 

 

Course Description

 

Statistical Process Control (SPC) has proven itself to be an easily implemented and effective tool in minimizing and controlling process variability. The reduction of process variability is the key to quality improvement and profitability. SPC provides important tools for tracking and reducing variability. This course introduces, in an easy to understand fashion, the two basic tools of SPC, namely capability studies and control charting. It also teaches how to effectively implement SPC in both a manufacturing and service environment. The focus of this 1 day course is on evaluating process capability. The class is hands on. Several exercises involve the actual collection and analysis of data generated in class. The course is also full of practical advice on how to effectively utilize SPC. Detailed cases studies will demonstrate the proper role and use of capability studies in addition to the potential pitfalls to avoid.

 

What You Will Learn

 

  • The underlying concepts supporting SPC and process control charts
  • How to construct and interpret control charts
  • How to observe trends and patterns control charts and detect instabilities in a process

 

  • How to perform capability studies with both continuous and count data
  • How to calculate and interpret the capability indices: Pp, Ppk, Cp and Cpk

 

  • The relationship between Performance and Capability indices in stable and unstable processes
  • How to select the best control chart for the job at hand
  • The three uses of control charts and how to determine if you are using them effectively

 

  • How to manage process improvement through variation reduction using SPC and capability studies
  • Some pitfalls in implementing capability studies

 

Primary Audience

 

This course is intended for managers, supervisors, and engineers who want to implement SPC in their facility or organization, or simply want a better understanding of its use in their business.

 

For more information, please contact Kenneth Attah (Education Chair) at kattah45@gmail.com

Kenneth Attah

Education Chair

Evaluating Process Capability

June 23, 2018 - (9am – 3:30pm)

Training Cost

$75 (Members)

$95 (Non-Members)

$50 (Student ID Required)

 

Certificate of Training (with RU points) will be awarded to participants.

Venue: Room 3E35

Conestoga College, 299 Doon Valley Dr, Kitchener ON

N2G 4M4

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Conestoga College – Doon Campus – Room 3E35
299 Doon Valley Drive
Parking #13A or 13B, E-Wing Building, Entrance door #6
Kitchener, ON N2G 4M4
Canada

Saturday, 23 June 2018 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)


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ASQ Canada Kitchener 0405

ASQ Kitchener (Section 405)

ASQ Kitchener has about 300 members from the Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, and Stratford areas. Run entirely by volunteers, we focus on creating value for our members by holding monthly events at little or no cost to section members and other attendees. 

ASQ Global

The American Society for Quality (ASQ) is the worldwide leader in the development, promotion, and application of quality and quality technologies for the quality profession and the private sector, for government and academia.

The ASQ's goals are to:

  • Create a greater awareness of the need for quality
  • Promote research and the development of standards
  • Provide educational opportunities to ensure product and service excellence through improved quality.

ASQ has operated in Canada since 1948; today there are 15 sections. We are part of Canada's quality network including such organizations as the National Quality Institute that operates the annual Canadian Awards of Excellence and SPIN (Software Process Improvement Network).

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