To provide guidance on the different types of acceptance sampling plans/quality tools and their benefits.
An acceptance sampling method allows continuous control of the quality of products.
It is a statistical procedure, used in quality control, which involves testing a batch of samples to determine if the proportion of units having a particular attribute exceeds a given percentage, and are thereby accepted or rejected.
At the BSI Training Academy, you have the full support and guidance of a world-class BSI tutor at your disposal and learning is through an activity-based, delegate centred approach, resulting in enhanced retention and application to your own workplace.
How will I benefit?
- Recognize the benefits of a sampling plan
- Feel confident about selecting the right plan for your organization
What will I learn?
- Recognize the terminology of quality assurance, quality control and inspection
- Identify the benefits of application
- Apply the attribute sampling plan based on ISO 2859-1 (ANSI/ASQC Z1.4, MIL-STD-105E)
- Apply the variable sampling plan based on ISO 3951-1 (ANSI/ASQC Z1.9, MIL-STD-414)
- Recognize the application of single, double, and multiple sampling plans
- Identify the sampling plans for single specification and double specification
- Detect the sampling plans using numerical and graphical methods
- Comprehend switching rules
Who should attend?
This course is designed for anyone, from shop floor to managerial levels, especially operators or inspectors who are hands-on practitioners to implement a quality control via acceptance sampling.
How will I learn?
Our high impact accelerated learning approach increases learning by improving knowledge retention and skill application. This course is activity-based, resulting in a deeper understanding of the material and a greater impact on job performance.
What will I gain?
On completion, you’ll be awarded a BSI certificate for successful course completion.
There are no formal prerequisites for this course. However, it will help if you have experience in quality control.A calculator is required.
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