Statistics with Minitab
Three Day Training Course
Much time and effort is devoted to the collection of data in industry, for example; quality control measurements, data collected for validation of manufacturing processes, incoming and outgoing inspection data, data produced in the development of products in R&D, etc. It is not possible to get most value from this data without using statistics. Many people are using statistical tools such as Statistical Process Control, Design of Experiments, sampling standards, gauge R&R, and other applications without having an understanding of the underlying statistics. There are several brands of reasonably priced computer statistical software packages available to assist in the application of statistics, and most people with a reasonable background in maths (example, pass leaving certificate level) can be readily trained to use this software so as to utilise data for continual process improvement, and better decision making.
On successful completion of this training course, delegates should be able to:
A prior knowledge of statistics is not required, but participants should have an understanding of mathematical principles; for example, Leaving Certificate maths.
Minitab will be demonstrated as part of the training so if delegates are in a position to bring along a laptop with Minitab 16 or Minitab 17 pre-loaded (free 30 day trial of Minitab 17 available on www.minitab.co.uk) they can utilise this during the training. If delegates don’t have a laptop, they will still benefit greatly from the programme.
Course Tutor Albert Plant
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Course Times 9.00am - 5.00pm
Public Course Cost €995 (includes course documentation, lunch and refreshments)
In-House Courses For In-House courses the tutor will contact you in advance to discuss the course programme in more detail in order to tailor it specifically for your organisation.
Course Manual Delegates will receive a very comprehensive course manual written by the course tutor. The manual incorporates many exercises that the participants will complete during the training course, and these worked examples, along with the relevant graphical material, will serve as a useful reference when the participants return to their workplace.