Process Capability

Course Overview:

Process Capability is a statistical concept. It helps us determine if our existing process can meet our customers’ requirements.  A process capability study brings together the notion of a stable predictable process. Along with the customer’s specifications, the process is assessed and made capable of meeting the customers’ needs. The course provides basic understanding and statistical measure of what process capability is.

Who Can Enroll:

Professionals who understand the basic concepts of variation, process stability and statistical process control.

Candidates with knowledge of basic statistics including measures of central tendency and dispersion, histograms, and control charts.

Course Features:

Comprehensive training and instruction on how to use control charts, and their underlying principles.

Limited Registrations, effective presentations.

Course could be customized to businesses and LOGO added to presentations.

Course cost cover training sessions, comprehensive notes set.

Learning Outcome:

Process Capability Ratio and Process Capability Index to understand the basic concept of process capability.

Explanation and presentation of a better measure for true process capability.

Contrast the difference between an “in-spec” process and a “capable process.”

Identify and explain the three main measures of process capability.

Compute Cp, Cpk, Pp, and Ppk values for processes using continuous data.

Interpret Cp, Cpk, Pp and Ppk and relate them to a defect level.

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Course Outline:

  1. Process Capability defined

Control Chart

Specification Limits

Characteristics of the Data

  1. Population and Samples



Symbols: Center

Symbols: Spread

  1. Histograms
  2. Relative Capability

Graphic comparison of several processes

  1. Assessing Capability

Continuous Data

Discrete Data