Have you ever wondered what a day with a Minitab trainer might be like? Maybe you’ve thought about taking a Minitab public training course, but you weren’t sure how the class is structured or what kinds of examples are used during instruction. To give you a taste of training, check out this neat video of Minitab technical training specialist, Eduardo Santiago, in action!
In the full-hour of training documented in the video below, Eduardo covers topics related to Statistical Process Control (SPC) and illustrates statistical techniques used to monitor and control processes with real-world examples from manufacturing companies. For many process improvement professionals, SPC techniques for controlling process variation and avoiding product defects are a key component of their company's process excellence programs. Watch below as Eduardo explains the basics of SPC and how quality tools in Minitab, such as control charts and capability analysis, can be used to improve your processes.
My Experience with Minitab Training
I was lucky enough to attend Quality Companion training with Eduardo last week in State College, Pa., and I’ve attended other Minitab trainings in the past taught by other training specialists. Even though I have no formal training in statistics, I’ve always been able to easily follow along with the instructors and have been encouraged to ask questions at any point during instruction.
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For a full list of public training being offered by Minitab, as well as course descriptions, see the instructor-led training schedule.