Introduction to Control Charting for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (EMU 150W)
Control charting, a graphical presentation of measurement process behavior, is an exceptionally powerful statistical tool that is easy to learn. The benefits to control charting include confidence in stability of measurement process, rapid detection of large upsets, ability to detect trends, insight into process behavior, and improved estimation of measurement uncertainty. A well-designed control charting program is one of many tools that can be used to ensure the customer receives valid measurement results. Participants of this course will develop an understanding of basic control charting concepts, implement these concepts to build various control charts (I/MR, Xbar/R and Xbar/S), and evaluate measurement process stability.
This virtual instructor-led course will be conducted online. On the right side of the page you will see the dates and times available for this course, each with an individual registration link. Learners will attend using a virtual learning program and will participate in live discussion and activities. A webcam and microphone are required. Details about how to log into the virtual learning program will be provided after your registration is complete.
Target learners include Laboratory Managers, Engineers, Scientists or Technicians.
After successful completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
- Describe SPC concepts of a measurement process;
- List control chart parameters;
- Select and create appropriate control charts for a given application;
- Interpret control chart and determine process stability;
- Describe stages of control chart implementation; and
- Update control limits
0.7 LEUs Awarded