Statistical methods of quality assurance with Minitab

///Statistical methods of quality assurance with Minitab
Statistical methods of quality assurance with Minitab2019-07-29T16:55:26+01:00

Training Information

This Minitab seminar or Minitab training gives you the necessary knowledge to use the statistical methods of quality assurance with Minitab. These are, for example methods such as measuring system analysis, process capability analysis or SPC. With Minitab, you can quickly get results to make conclusions and decisions.

The 2-day training thus provides you with in-depth knowledge of the use of Minitab for statistical evaluations. Take advantage of our experience and expertise to bring your knowledge closer to purpose.
Below we have put together a possible training concept for in-house training in your company (this can of course be adapted to your individual needs).

Duration2 training days (from 9:00 bis 17:00)
Cost excl. VAT
Minimum participants3
PrerequisitesEach participant must have a notebook with the software Microsoft® Excel from 2003 onwards as well as MINITAB® from R17 onwards. During training you can work with MINITAB demo versions.
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Objective of the training:

Participants can use Minitab to perform comprehensive evaluations and analyzes on statistical methods of quality assurance.  

Target group:

Employees and executives dealing with statistical analysis and data analysis.

Training content:

  • The 7 quality tools (cause-and-effect diagrams, histograms, pareto diagrams, stroked list, scatterplots, history diagrams, control charts)
  • Measurement System Analysis (Measurement Equipment Requirements, Cg / Cgk Studies, Gage R & R Studies, Linearity Testing, Stability Testing, Discrete Gage, Kappa Index)
  • Process capability analysis (machine capability, preliminary process capability, long-term process capability, process capability indices)
  • Capability analysis with continuous (not normally distributed) and discrete distributions
  • Statistical process monitoring by means of quality control charts (Shewhart-mean-control-chart, R-card, S-card, discrete cards, EWMA and KUSUM card)
  • Reliability Analysis (Distribution Identification, Life Span Analysis, Survival Diagrams, Accumulated Failure and Failure Rate Diagrams, Hazard Diagrams, Acceleration Tests)
  • Sampling plans for acceptance sampling DOE (including sequential sampling plans, sampling plans for measurement testing)
  • Tolerance management (arithmetic and statistical tolerancing, Monte Carlo simulation)

Training Methods:

Keynote speech, group work / workshops, discussion and exchange of experiences.