Introduction to Minitab 16

Minitab is a comprehensive statistical system that has become a standard tool set for most six sigma quality improvement projects. The software was specifically designed to be user friendly, but yet facilitates many analytical tools of the present day manager. In this workshop we will introduce the student to the Minitab 16 environment and demonstrate how to develop improvement tools. The course is a great primer for anyone interested in six sigma quality improvements.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn how to manipulate data and calculate basic statistics
  • Learn how to create Minitab Quality Tools including Pareto Charts and Cause and effect Diagrams
  • Perform a Capability Analysis
  • Learn how to perform regression analysis and ANOVA

Who Should Attend:
Managers and professionals who are engaged in controlling process data to ensure that they meet established targets, or engaged in process improvement activity as well as associated quality, engineering, manufacturing, process, human resource and industrial personnel. The workshop is also valuable for anyone involved in a Lean and/or Six Sigma deployment.

Course Materials:
Minitab 16 is used throughout the workshop. This course can be given both online, or in KSC Room 102A which has Minitab 16 capability

For more information contact
Dowling Institute at 631-244-3422.