The object of quality control is to produce what the customer wants. The objective is not to produce as high a quality as possible but merely to satisfy the customer. Quality control procedures are the practical means of effecting quality assurance (QA). They are the checks, measurements and other things that you do to ensure that QA is working. Utilization of these activities provides the customer with the best product or service at affordable cost. Most of the activities of quality control are based on statistics; therefore, statistics is vital for an understanding of quality control in general; and for that matter, many other disciplines. The activities involved require a system of operation, hence the quality control system. A conceptual and practical state-of-the-art approach is stressed throughout. The aim is to put the QC practices and the contexts in which they operate, into satisfactory descriptive and analytical frameworks. The use of probability and statistical techniques is reduced to simple mathematics or is developed in the form of tables and charts.
Two main courses are on offer at this training workshop. They are:
- Understanding Quality Control and How to set one up ( 2 days) 15th – 16th October 2019
- Statistical Quality Control (SQC) – Concepts & Tools (2 days) 17th – 18th October 2019
The objectives and areas covered are shown in Table 1. Both courses are offered as standalone programs.
The training in Understanding Quality control provides a fundamental yet comprehensive, coverage of all the named statistical concepts. A conceptual and practical state-of-the-art approach is stressed throughout. Participants will come to understand the Process Control System so that they will get a better idea of how their individual assessment come together to form a picture of how the entire organisation build quality into its processes and products/service.
Table 1 The objectives and areas covered:
| The objectives among others are to:
– introduce statistics as a language of Quality
– enable participants appreciate fully the importance of Quality control
– enable participants understand the Quality Control System and how to set one up
– bring about the distinction and use of SQC and SPC
– introduce participants to the Process Control System.
– introduce participants to the types and methods of inspection and test
– enable participants appreciate Quality control tools and procedures as the practical means of effecting quality assurance.
|The areas covered will include:
– Setting about quality control
– Basic statistics and application
– The need for SPC
– Process control System
– Control charts and variable data
– Attribute control charts
– Constructing variable control charts and establishing Statistical control
– Interpreting Patterns in Control Charts
– Process monitoring and Control
– Estimating Process capability
– Inspection and Test methodology
– Quality control practices in manufacturing.
Register now: For further Enquiries and Registration, contact:
|The President (ASQS)
Box OS 113, Accra
ASQS@ No.A20 Standards Estate, Community 14, Sakumono, Tema.
Tel: 0303405050 Mobile: 0276915093, or Diana: 0244812966
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