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Quality Control

Lean Management

Quality Control

Problem-solving using 7 QC tools is very easy & effective.

The seven quality control tools can solve many chronic problems. You do not need much mathematical or statistical knowledge to use them. 7 QC tools are the first level of problem-solving methodologies before implementing Six Sigma. 7 QC tools are an integral part of Six Sigma projects. It helps if you have a strong foundation in quality control to build your career, irrespective of your work domain. The knowledge of the seven essential quality tools is a great value addition. 7 QC tools are indispensable, especially if your job concerns quality or processes, they help you overcome multiple challenges at the workplace.

Duration

Class Room Training: 02 Days - 20 Hours
Online Training: 04 Days - 22 Hours

Certification By

TÜV SÜD (An internationally recognised certification)

Objective

To enable professionals with the knowledge and methodology required to make use of the Seven Quality Tools at their respective workplaces and build a strong foundation for career enhancement.

Eligibility for the Course
  • Professionals with 0-10 Years of experience.
  • Diploma holders/ Graduates / Postgraduates from any discipline.
  • Any Professionals seeking to accelerate his/her corporate career.

Essentials

Diploma holders/ Graduates / Post graduates.

Course Program
  • 1.0 Introduction to Process, Quality, Data & different types of Data (Continuous, Discrete, Ordinal & Nominal) with examples
  • 2.0 Understanding Process Variation, Special cause Variation & Common cause Variations with examples
  • 3.0 What is Measurement & Measurement System
  • 4.0 Measurement System Analysis (Simulation to understand)
  • 4.1 Discrimination
  • 4.2 Accuracy
  • 4.3 Precision
  • 4.4 Stability
  • 4.5 GRR (Gauge Repeatability & Reproducibility)
  • 5.0 Problem Solving
  • 5.1 Approach to Problem Solving
  • 5.2 Importance of Problem Solving
  • 5.3 Using of Right Problem-Solving Methodology
  • 5.4 Evaluation of Problem-Solving Methodologies
  • 5.5 Introduction to 7 Quality Control Tools
  • 6.0 Cause & Effect Diagram
  • 6.1 What is Cause & Effect Diagram/Fishbone diagram
  • 6.2 When & How to use C&E ?
  • 6.3 Examples of Cause & Effect Diagram usage
  • 6.4 How to construct Cause & Effect Diagram
  • 6.5 Benefits of Cause & Effect Diagram
  • 6.6 Do’s and Don’ts of Cause & Effect Diagram
  • 6.7 Create two Cause & Effect Diagram
  • 7.0 Check Sheet
  • 7.1 What is it?
  • 7.2 When & how to use Check Sheet?
  • 7.3 Examples of Check Sheet
  • 7.4 How to construct a Check Sheet
  • 7.5 Benefits of Check Sheet
  • 7.6 Do’s and Don’ts of Check Sheet
  • 7.7 Create two Check Sheets with given data (Exercise)
  • 8.0 Histogram
  • 8.1 What is Histogram?
  • 8.2 Understand Histogram with quick Example
  • 8.3 When to use Histogram
  • 8.4 Histogram Shapes, what they mean
  • 8.4.1 Normal Distribution
  • 8.4.2 Skewed Distributions
  • 8.4.3 Bimodal Distribution
  • 8.4.4 Multimodal Distribution
  • 8.4.5 Edge Peak Distribution
  • 8.4.6 Comb Distributions
  • 8.4.7 Truncated Distributions
  • 8.4.8 Dog Food Distributions
  • 8.5 Step by step procedure to create Histogram
  • 8.6 Histogram Analysis
  • 8.7 Advantages of Histogram
  • 8.8 Do’s and Don’ts of Histogram
  • 8.9 Construct a Histogram with given data (Exercise)
  • 8.10 Read & Interpret the Histogram created
  • 9.0 Pareto Chart
  • 9.1 What is Pareto Chart ? (with Examples)
  • 9.2 Evolution of Pareto Chart
  • 9.3 When to use Pareto Chart?
  • 9.4 Step by step procedure to construct Pareto chart
  • 9.5 How to read & interpret Pareto Chart
  • 9.6 Benefits of Pareto charts
  • 9.7 Do’s and Don’ts in Pareto Chart
  • 9.8 Construct Pareto Chart with given data (Exercise)
  • 9.9 Read & Interpret the Control Chart created
  • 10.0 Scatter Diagram
  • 10.1 What is Scatter Diagram
  • 10.2 When to use Scatter Diagram
  • 10.3 Scatter Diagram Analysis
  • 10.4 Cautions while interpreting Scatter Diagram
  • 10.5 Benefits of Scatter Diagram
  • 10.6 Do’s and Don’ts while using Scatter Diagram
  • 10.7 Create a Scatter Diagram
  • 10.8 Read & Interpret the Scatter Diagram created (Exercise)
  • 11.0 Control Chart
  • 11.1 What are Control Charts?
  • 11.2 Process Controls Limits Vs Specification Limits
  • 11.3 Basic statistics (Mean, Standard Deviation)
  • 11.4 Upper and Lower Control Limits & their Significance
  • 11.5 When to use Control Chart?
  • 11.6 Different types of Control charts
  • 11.7 Step by step procedure to construct Control Chart
  • 11.8 How to Read & Interpret Control Chart
  • 11.9 How to Identify Special cause in a Control Chart
  • 11.10 Benefits of Control Charts
  • 11.11 Do’s and Don’ts of Control Charts
  • 11.12 Construct one Control Chart with given Data
  • 11.13 Read & Interpret the Control Chart created
  • 12.0 Stratification
  • 12.1 What is Stratification?
  • 12.2 When to use Stratification?
  • 12.3 Stratification Procedure
  • 12.4 Stratification Example
  • 12.5 Stratification Analysis
  • 12.6 Create Stratification Diagram (Worksheet example)
  • 12.7 Read & Interpret Stratification Diagram created

Trainers Profile

An expert with a minimum of 15 years of experience in using the Seven Quality Tools in multiple industries.

Course Fee Includes
  • Examination fee.
  • Certification cost.
  • Two days of simulation-enabled training.
  • One Seven Quality Tools Knowledge Book.
  • Five sample question papers with answers.
  • Lunch & refreshment at the training venue.
  • Practice papers from the respective industry.
Certification Procedure (TÜV & SÜD only)
  • Attend two days of 7 QC Tools training.
  • Successful completion of 7 QC Tools certification exam conducted by TUV.

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