SPC Training Near St. Louis

SPC Training
SPC Training grants St. Louis students the magical ability to see through walls! Seriously. SPC or Statistical Process Control let's you peer into their suppliers' facilities remotely and know whether process changes have been made.
Price $299
Duration 1 day
Class Size4 - 8 students
Start Day
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CitySt. Louis, MO

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About SPC Training

SPC Training grants St. Louis students the magical ability to see through walls! Seriously. SPC or Statistical Process Control let's you peer into their suppliers' facilities remotely and know whether process changes have been made.

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Description

This location is just west of St. Louis in Clayton on the 11th floor of a renovated 24-story prestige building in Clayton; recognized for its quality of life. Set in beautifully landscaped grounds, that include a private veranda and revitalized plaza, the building features marble-walled communal areas, an impressive lobby and tall solar gray-glass windows. Various energy efficiency enhancements have shrunk the property's carbon footprint. The business center is highly accessible being only 10 minutes away from Lambert-St Louis International Airport and Highways 40 and 170.

Testimonials

Read what our students and clients have to say.


David Oelrich
HR Manager
Energy


I had the pleasure of working with our Master Black Belt in a high-tech manufacturing company where formal continuous improvement was a new concept. I was impressed with his ability to translate the concepts and skills needed to start down the path of the discipline in a way that was not only accessible to the employees, but excited them and moved many of them into being active, positive participants. I saw an immediate improvement in overall engagement, which helped in areas well beyond the tactical and functional areas included in the improvement project, itself.