professionals, engineers and supervisors responsible for implementing SPC.
Time To Complete
What is a Process Capability Study?
Process Capability Study is a tool used to determine if a
stable process is capable of meeting a customer's
specification. Process capability is based on
statistical techniques that are used to predict the complete
output of a process based on a relatively small sample.
There are different ways to measure process capability
including the capability ratio, capability index and the Cpk.
The Cpk is the most commonly used measure of process
capability because it not only determines if the process is
capable is meeting the spec, but it also predicts how well
the process is centered on the nominal of the specification.
Advanced Process Capability Online Training
This course covers how to conduct a process capability
study, take action to improve capability and deal with
complications in interpreting and analyzing capability
This Training Enables Learners To...
- Describe the steps to conduct a process capability
- Explain how a process capability study can be used
to improve a process.
- Identify ways to improve the capability of a
- List potential complications to process capability
- A good understanding of statistical measures of
variation including standard deviation.
- Ability to calculate capability ratio, capability
index and Cpk.
- Successful completion of Basic SPC
or the equivalent.
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