Innovations for Quality, LLC

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The preparation course for the

The Certified Quality Engineer Exam is a very challenging test of your skill and understanding of Quality Engineering principles. The key to performing well and passing the exam is the preparation. It is critical you understand the Body of Knowledge the exam is based on and realize your weaknesses relative to that information. Get a copy of the ASQ Certification BOK for the Certified Quality Engineer. For each section outlined in the BOK write down bullet points that help explain the concept referenced in the Body of Knowldege. Don't copy word for word from your reference material, you want to write it in your own words. By the time you are done, you will find you have a pretty solid understanding of the Body of Knowledge requirements and this document will serve as an excellent reference during the exam.

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Part of our curriculum involves extensive testing and quizzing to provide feedback to you for what areas to work on and allow the instructor to monitor your progress. The material covered in our course is based on the body of knowledge for the Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) exam established by ASQ (American Society for Quality).

Test your knowledge and try a short

Which of the following is a test to compare a population mean to a known value?

(a) ANOVA

(b) F test

(c) Z test

(d) Chi-Square test

You could look up those four tests and you will find one of them is specifically used for comparing a population mean to a fixed or known value. The correct answer is (c).

However, this next question requires a higher cognitive level of understanding and looking up the answer probably will consume far to much time than you can afford during the exam.

You are comparing two processes with equal unknown variances to see if they are different. You withdraw a sample of 15 from process A and have an average of 12 and a standard deviation of 2.1. From process B you sample 12 and determine an average of 15 with a standard deviation of 2.6. What conclusion do you make at a 99% confidence level?

(a) you conclude they are statistically the same

(b) you conclude they are statistically different

(c) they are statistically different since t

(d) they are not statistically different because t

When you are faced with a question regarding confidence limits or a hypothesis test it is important to determine which standard deviation are you using a sample or population. If the question is worded "A process is running with an average of 12 and a standard deviation of 2" , then you know the process sigma or the population sigma and you would use the Z distribution. If the question is worded "A process is running and for a sample of 16 the average is 12 and the standard deviation is 2" , you do not know the population sigma you only know the sample sigma, so you would apply the t distribution. It is important to keep those two separate.

$750.00 This includes all materials, access to the live, online classes and unlimited access to the

recorded classes.

$450.00 This includes unlimited access to the recorded classes but does not include materials.

Class 1 Basic Statistics

Class 2 Statistical Applications

Class 3 Statistical Applications

Class 4 Advanced Statistics

Class 5 Advanced Statistics

Class 6 Advanced Statistics

Class 7 Product and Process Designs

Class 8 Product and Process Control

Class 9 Control and Management Tools/Improvement Techniques

Class 10 Management and Leadership/Quality Systems

Class 11 Review

Class 12 Review

Additional one hour classes will be added to review problems and the strategy to attack the questions.

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