Process capability analyses to assess processes 100% practical!

By analyzing process capability, key indicators can be determined to provide precise insights into each process and show how capable these processes are in delivering what was arranged with the customer. The best-known indicators are: CP and CPK, which are defined in relevant standards. Both values indicate how reliably a process achieves the given goals and specifications.

When booking this event and the event "Statistical Process Control - Mastering Quality Characteristics - Pure Practice!" we grant a 10% discount on the total price. For this purpose, please contact your contact person Daniela Vojtek.


In this DC ONLINE event, you will learn:

  • how to determine CP and CPK process indicators using suitable software
  • about the practical meaning of the most important process indicators: CP and CPK
  • how to evaluate and interpret indicators in a targeted manner
  • about the correlation between CP, CPK, and σ level

The aim is clear: use process indicators to improve processes

Scope of services

  • The right information of the highest quality
  • Dialogue to respond to questions
  • Seminar documents (PDF download)
  • Certificate of participation
  • Benefit

    Knowledge and skills to characterize and improve processes using the CP and CPK process indicators

    Group of participants

    The live event is aimed at specialists and managers from the fields of quality management, engineering, manufacturing and product development in the following industries: mechanical engineering, chemistry, automotive, textile, glass, pharmaceutical, medical, service provider.

    Participant fee
    The participation fee is 138,00€ (net)
    Referent der VorträgeHier sehen Sie den Referent, welcher die Vorträge der Veranstaltung hält.
    Dr. Dirk Jödicke

    Coaching & Prozessoptimierung

    Dirk Jödicke studied chemistry in Bochum and Oviedo (Spain). After taking a doctorate in Organic Chemistry, he began his professional career in the sheet glass industry. In laboratories, pilot plants and production facilities in this industry, he worked on innovative glass and plastic composite systems, thin semiconductor films, lithium-ion conductive polymers, electrochromics, photochromics and other systems to exploit variable properties in glass for architectural and automotive applications. Numerous inventions subsequently led to the successful market launch of so-called intelligent windows with variable light transmission. Dirk Jödicke was Head of Research and Development and Head of Quality Assurance, and as a Six Sigma Master Black Belt he is now a freelance consultant for Six Sigma in statistical data analysis, statistical design of experiment, and process optimization.