it provides a means of determining the capability of the process

it promotes the understanding and appreciation of quality control.

Statistical Data Analysis with Minitab


Statistical Data Analysis with Minitab training and consulting help you understand the impact of process inputs on process outputs and process behaviour. This understanding enables us to make better decisions on how process inputs should be managed in order to consistently deliver the desired process outputs.

The standard statistical data analysis training programme below can be delivered as both a public and in-house training course and provides competency in:

  • Identifying appropriate data to collect
  • Ensuring appropriate data sample sizes are used
  • Testing the reliability of data
  • Understanding process behaviour over time
  • Identifying statistically significant differences and relationships
  • Process Optimisation
  • Using Minitab statistical software

We also deliver bespoke courses tailored to your specific requirements as well as providing remote and in-house statistical data analysis consultancy where we:

  • Identify the appropriate data to collect
  • Carry out the statistical data analysis on your behalf
  • Report back on conclusions from the analysis
  • Make recommendations on next steps
  • Attribute & Variable Data
  • Data Collection & Sampling
  • Data Reliability & Validity
  • Activity Sampling
  • Gauge & Process Capability
  • Histograms & Distribution
  • Checking for Normality
  • Non-normal Distributions
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Control Charts for Variable Data
  • Control Charts for Attribute Data
  • Cusum Analysis
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Comparing Means & Medians
  • Analysis of Variance
  • Multi-vari Analysis
  • Comparing Proportions/Percentages
  • Correlation & Regression
  • Design of Experiments
  • Plackett-Burman Designs
  • Factorial Experimentation
  • Response Surface Methodology
  • Central Composite Designs
  • Minitab
Other Info
Duration: 5 Days Cost: $1,200 Per Person

Contact us for further information or a no-obligation discussion on this course