This paper is from Session 5J: Education of statistical quality control for industries in Japan
which comes under Topic 5: Statistics education in the workplace, government and across disciplines
Paper 5J1 (Wednesday 11th, 11:00-12:30)
Education of Statistical Quality Control by the Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers – Practical Statistics Education for Engineers in Industries
- Kenji Suzuki (Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers, Japan)
JUSE (Union of Japanese Scientist and Engineers) is one of core organizations of education and training to attain the best qualities of products and services made in Japan. Since 1946 JUSE has contributed development and promotion of scientific management methodology including TQM (Total Quality Management) for Japanese industries. Further JUSE has also provided SQC (Statistical Quality Control) education programs unifying quality control practices and necessary statistical theories in order to develop competent QC practitioners. The author will introduce application of statistical methods in Japanese production industries implemented through representative SQC curriculums in JUSE.