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SPC - 15 August 2022 09:00 AM

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Course Title SPC
Overview SPC Training Sydney
Statistical Process Control (SPC) is not new to industry. In 1924, William A. Shewart at Bell Laboratories developed the control chart and the concept that a process could be in statistical control. He eventually published a book titled “Statistical Method from the Viewpoint of Quality Control” (1939). The SPC process gained wide usage during World War II by the military in the munitions and weapons facilities. The demand for product had forced them to look for a better and more efficient ways to monitor product quality without compromising safety and Statistcal Process Control filled that need. The use of SPC techniques faded following the war and was then picked up by the Japanese manufacturing companies where it is still used today. In the 1970s the global competitive market allowed SPC to start to gain acceptance again. Today, SPC is a widely used quality tool throughout many industries.

SPC is method of measuring and controlling quality by monitoring the manufacturing process. Quality data is collected in the form of product or process measurements or readings from various machines or instrumentation. The data is collected and used to evaluate, monitor and control a process. SPC is an effective method to drive continuous improvement. By monitoring and controlling a process, we can assure that it operates at its fullest potential.

For more detail please visit the SPC Page.

Starts 15 August 2022 09:00 AM
Finishes 16 August 2022 04:30 PM
Facilitator David Kelly
Venue Quality One Bligh Street Office, Level 26, 1 Bligh Street, Sydney
Contact Phone +61386106984
Arrival and Departure Times Arrive 8:45AM for 9:00AM start
Inclusions Coffee and Tea
Morning Tea and Lunch Provided
SPC Course Notes
Selected SPC Electronic Template Files
Certificate on completion

Conditions As per Quality One Policy Documents
All current required COVID precautions will apply.
Delivery format Face to Face Classroom
Bookings Bookings Essential
Please download and fill in the SPC Application form and email to Quality One SPC Course Application Sydney
SPC Sydney Application pdf    SPC Sydney Application doc
Apply for course online:
Please click to go to the Quality One Online SPC Training Booking Sydney

Pricing - Public $1500AUD +GST
Pricing - Private delivery at your premises Price on Application

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