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ASQ Kitchener Training - Intermediate DoE Practice - (Training Cancelled)

ASQ Canada Kitchener 0405

Saturday, 26 October 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)

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Event Details

Instructor:

Kenneth Myers, CQE, CSSBB, Present Chair of ASQ Section 405
President and senior consultant at Ascendant Consulting Service, Inc., now in its 15th year assisting organizations in the development and implementation of competitive strategies supporting the design, management, and improvement of processes, products, and services in the automotive, electronic, medical and pharmaceutical industries.  Ken holds a diploma in Engineering and a BSc Physics degree from San Diego State University. He is a senior member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ) and has been an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer since 1993 and a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt since 2006.


Course Description

This is session two of a three-part course set that is useful in assisting designers, managers, and engineers responsible for developing and/or improving processes and products. No previous experience or exposure to the subject is required other than attendance in Part one(1) of this course set. Note, this is an intermediate DoE course developed to support the full course learning goals.


What You Will Learn

  • Planning, setting-up, and analyzing DoEs using Fractional Factorial designs.
  • The definition and use of the terms: design resolution, confounded effects,
    folded design, etc.
  • How to determine the best and/or optimal settings for a process.
  • Working with interaction effects and using them to provide robustness in the
    development of process optimization.
  • Gain further insights and guidance in the planning and conducting of designed
    experiments.
  • Understand the problems, mis-conceptions, limitations and pitfalls using DoEs.
  • Learn best practices in the development, use, analysis, and application of higher
    complexity DoEs.  

Course Outline


  • Fractional Factorial DoEs, Overview.
  • DOE Planning Considerations.
  • Fractional Factorial DoE Simulations and Exercises.
  • Conducting Fractional Factorial DoEs.
  • Simulations and Exercises review and discussion.
  • Learning Review and Close.

Pre-requisites:  Attendance in the Part 1 course on DoE Principles and Practices.

Duration: 6.5 hours

Date: Saturday; October 26, 2019

Location: 
Conestoga College, Kitchener

Cost

$85 Members
$99 Non-Members
$50 Students

Software Support

This course will be supported with the SigmaXL software package that will cost $20 for a 6 month license and a student course manual.  This software integrates with Excel versions 2010-2019, but is not compatible with Office 365.  Details on licensing for this software and installation instructions will be provided within 3 days of the first course date.

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When & Where


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

Saturday, 26 October 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 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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