Measurement System Analysis (MSA)

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Looking to enhance your skills in Measurement System Analysis (MSA)? Look no further than our HRDC certified training program offered by CAREER GROWTH SDN BHD in Malaysia. Our comprehensive MSA training will provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to effectively analyze and improve measurement systems within your organization.

With a focus on practical application and real-world examples, our MSA training program is designed to help you excel in your career and contribute to the success of your company. Request a quote today to learn more about how our training can benefit you and your organization. Don't miss out on this opportunity to take your skills to the next level with our MSA training program.
Learning Objectives

1. Understand the importance of Measurement System Analysis (MSA) in ensuring the accuracy and reliability of measurement processes within an organization. Participants will learn how MSA can help identify and quantify sources of variation in measurement systems, leading to improved decision-making and quality control.

2. Learn the different types of MSA studies, including Gage R&R (Repeatability and Reproducibility), bias studies, linearity studies, and stability studies. Participants will gain practical knowledge on how to conduct these studies, interpret the results, and implement corrective actions to improve measurement systems.

3. Develop the skills to effectively apply MSA techniques in real-world scenarios, such as manufacturing processes, laboratory testing, and data collection. Participants will learn how to select appropriate measurement tools, establish measurement system capability, and continuously monitor and improve measurement processes to ensure consistent and accurate results.

Content Delivery Method

Physical, Virtual

HRD Corp Certified Course


Duration and Language

1 to 2 days; English

Target Audience

Suitable for employees of all levels

Key Skillset Addressed

1. Data analysis
2. Statistical techniques
3. Measurement error detection