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If your organization needs to …
… then applying the principles of SPC (statistical process control) might be just right for you!
SPC (Statistical Process Control) is a method of controlling your processes so that your products can be inside specification limits without needing to inspect each individual item. SPC means monitoring a process during its operation by inspecting samples at regular intervals in order to control the quality of the production batch while the products are being produced - rather than relying on outgoing inspection to find problems after the fact. It involves gathering information about the product, or the process itself, on a near real-time basis so that the operator can take action on the process. This is done in order to identify special causes of variation and other non-normal process conditions, so that the process can be brought under statistical control and variation be reduced.
This is what people said they found most useful about the course
“knowledge that explains what can be done to improve process”,