Everyone is exposed to statistics on an almost daily basis and yet few individuals have had any formal statistical training to fully understand and comprehend their meaning. For professionals in many industries, statistical analyses of a process can have enormous implications for its cost or efficiency. With a proper understanding of the statistical tools available and their proper use, a professional can markedly improve a process.
Who should attend ?
This training was developed for professionals engaged within a variety of processing industries, including Pharmaceuticals, Biopharmaceuticals, Biotechnologies, Cosmetics, Chemical and Specialty Chemicals.
The tools in this course will be very beneficial for
Quality Control Professionals.
and anyone whose’ s job requires product and manufacturing processes design, optimization, troubleshooting, etc.
- Basics of statistics.
describing data graphically& numerically
Probability& probability distributions
Sampling & sampling distributions
Analysis of variance ANOVA
- Statistical Process Control (SPC)
- Acceptance sampling
Types of sampling.
Operational characteristic curve
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