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Core Tools II - SPC, MSA & Lean Six Sigma | 24-28 June 2024

Course contents will be available once enrolled

About This Course

Successful project work requires knowledge about planning processes and methods as well as an understanding of the interrelation between the methods. This training shows how the issues in individual phases of automotive projects are designed, how specific deployment of methods supports the achievement of planned results, and how the methods are deployed correctly and efficiently. The theoretically and methodically correct approach is presented. Exercises help to work out and discuss important points to consider in practical implementation. The second part of the three-part training program deals with statistical methods and the basics of Lean Six Sigma in the process design and development phase and production.

Training Content

SPC - Statistical Process Control

The Process Description, Normal Distribution and the Histogram, Stable Processes, Control Charts: Variable and Attribute, Constructing an X-bar/R Chart: Variable, Constructing a p Chart and u Chart: Attribute, Process Capability, Process Improvement and Process Control

MSA - Measurement System Analysis

Components of Measurement Errors, Resolution / Discrimination, Accuracy (Bias Effects), Precision: Repeatability and Reproducibility, Gauge R&R Study (Variable), Attribute R&R, How to Reduce Measurement Errors

Lean Six Sigma Principles

DMAIC – Define Measure Analyze Improve Control

Target Audience

The SPC, MSA, and Lean Six Sigma Basics Compact Training is designed for personnel in project teams for product and process design and development, especially in the areas of planning, preproduction, test and inspection planning, and quality.

Prerequisites for Attendance

Basic knowledge of quality methods in the Product Life Cycle

Grading and Certification

To earn the certification for completing and passing the ID20000 EAC - Core Tools l course, there will be a Knowledge Test at the end of the course that must be passed with a minimum score of 60% within the 30-minute time limit. The score for this assessment is the only graded activity that will be considered as part of the final score for this course. Detailed instructions are provided prior to the knowledge test, which you will be able to see once you get to this part of the course. .


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