AstenJohnson University is offering a class in Fundamental Data Analysis – June 12 - 15, 2017 at our Charleston, SC campus.
This 2 ½ day course is designed for individuals who are relatively new to papermaking or in a new position at the mill. Also the course is excellent for those responsible for monitoring and improving process performance or product quality. This training is great for non-manufacturing roles as well. The class size is small – 12 to 16 participants – to allow for plenty of discussion along with classroom instruction. To take advantage of the available expertise in the classroom, participants are encouraged to bring their own data from a process improvement project. After learning a tool in Minitab by application on a training set of data, the class will have opportunity to apply the tool on their own data with guidance and input from the instructor.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN?
A. The Six Sigma Template: DMAIC
B. Collecting Data, Preparing Data and then Importing Data into Minitab
C. Summarization and Graphical Tools in Minitab to help you see current state process capabilities.
D. Summarization and Graphical Tools in Minitab to help you describe the current state and to see process variation. Use tools to identify special cause variations.
E. Find relationships between input and output variables using Scatterplots and Correlation.
F. Find statistical differences with basic hypothesis testing.
G. Basis statistical comparisons
Please contact Mike Benton (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Sue McCann (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
The deadline to register is May 12, 2017.