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Introduction to Statistical Process Control - Skill Group Pathway


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Statistical Process Control, or SPC, is a quality control methodology that uses statistics to predict variation in processes. In this course, SPC and its history will be explained, and you will understand that probability and variations are the foundation of SPC. You will learn about the control chart, which is a tool used in Statistical Process Control to determine if a manufacturing process is in a state of statistical control.

By the end of this course, you will be able to

  • Define statistical process control
  • Identify and explain the three basics of statistical process control
  • Calculate probability and predict the variation that will occur in a population of occurrences
  • Define and explain the six common causes of variation
  • Explain the purpose of a control chart
  • List the steps required to construct a control chart

Estimated completion time (hours): 3.9