MSA – Measurement Systems Analysis
Next Date: TBC (Virtual)
Length: 1 Day
Who should attend?
This course is designed for Management Representatives, Implementation Teams, Internal Auditors and others who are involved in the auditing or implementation of Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA). Familiarity with basic statistical concepts would be beneficial but not necessary.
MSA is used when an understanding of measurement system variability is required. MSA studies will decompose measurement system variability into equipment, operator and part variation.
It is often mandated by automotive, aerospace and other engineering primary manufacturers as a specific requirement on their suppliers to give them confidence in the measurements that are being taken and reported by the supplier. MSA will support understanding measurement system performance and allow any performance limitations to be reported.
Delegates will become competent in implementing, undertaking and auditing Measurement Systems Analysis including studies for variable and attribute data.
- Overview of MSA
- Variable and attribute data
- Range Method
- Average and Range method
- Anova method
- Attribute agreement analysis
- Gauge performance curves
- Understanding and interpreting results
Upon completion of the course, you will receive an Industry Forum certificate of attendance
Virtual Class Technical Requirements:
To access a virtual class, you must have the following:
- A PC or laptop with good (1Mbps or more) internet access
- A microphone and speaker or headset (recommended)
- Webcam (preferably)
- Chrome web browser
- Ability to access Microsoft Teams
Provider: SMMT QMD
Members of NAA – £500 + vat/delegate
Non-Members – £545 +vat/delegate
Please contact Zoe for a booking form: firstname.lastname@example.org