Industrial Design Programme

Program Overview

The course demonstrates statistical techniques to measure and analyse the variation in processes. Most often used for manufacturing, the intent of Statistical Process Control (SPC) is to monitor product quality and maintain processes to fixed target.

SPC is also known as a method of monitoring a process during its operation in order to control the quality of the products while they are being produced – rather than relying on inspection to find problems after the fact.

  • All personnel and team members directly involved in continuous improvement & quality improvement initiatives from both the manufacturing and service.
  • Minimise production costs. This is accomplished with a “make it right the first time” programme.
  • Reduce product variability to a level that is well within specification so the process output will match the desired design.

    Participant will be able to:

  • Differentiates between process and product control.
  • Explain about process capability and understands the control charts.
  • Training material : English language
  • Lecture : Malay and/or English language
  • Software demonstration
  • Activities
  • Q&A
  • Introduction to Process Control
  • Type of Data – Variables &apm; Attributes
  • Histogram
  • Process Capability
  • Control Charts

In-House Training