The trade association for suppliers to the food processing and packaging industry.
Meant as Part II of the Quality Skills curriculum, this Learning Path takes quality management to the next level with statistical process controls. Statistical Process Control, or SPC, is a quality control methodology that uses statistics to predict variation in processes. Developed in the 1920s, SPC is widely used by manufacturing companies to maintain the quality of the products they produce.
Courses in this Learning Path include:
|QUALITY SKILLS COURSES||ESTIMATED TIME|
|INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL|
|QUA-1011 Introduction to SPC||1.0|
|QUA-1012 Probability and Variation||1.8|
|QUA-1013 The Control Chart||1.2|
|ADVANCED STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL|
|QUA-2001 Control Chart Analysis||0.9|
|QUA-2002 Process Capability||1.0|
|QUA-2003 Problem Solving Tools||1.1|
|QUA-2004 Problem Solving||0.9|
|TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS, STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL||7.9|