Overview – DOE Course

SPC is a tool that aims to keep the process under control in critical specifications within the product by the IATF (International Automotive Association).

Although process inputs and outputs are theoretically considered constant, variability is inevitable. With the control limits to be created with SPC, the process is made as robust as possible and the customer is secured, while quality costs are reduced.

Statistical Process Control is an important tool that prevents errors from occurring by keeping our processes under control. The warning light that lights up 50-60 km before the end of fuel in our car is a life-saving control limit usage example. In this way, we avoid staying on the road, that is, having problems. For our processes, SPC works with exactly this logic. In addition, if we follow the process variations and determine the intervention periods, we will have the correct inputs for our Control Plans and Maintenance Plans.

The goal of SPC Course is to provide the employees who will apply SPC – Statistical Process Control in their companies to gain sufficient knowledge about basic statistics and the tools used.

Content – DOE Course

  • Basic Statistics Concepts
  • Histogram
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Cp, Cpk, Pp, Ppk Parameters
  • Capability Calculations
  • Capability Analysis with Minitab
  • Control Diagrams
    • Quantitative Data
      • Xort-R/S 
      • I-MR-R/S
    • Qualitative Data
      • P Chart
      • NP Chart
      • C Chart
      • U Chart
SPC Course Duration: 1 days


Participants who scored 70 and over out of 100 in the evaluation exam to be held after the training will be entitled to receive the “Achievement Certificate of SPC”. The Candidates who do not get enough score will be given an “Attendance Certificate of SPC”.