"I attended the DoE training. Very great knowledge, especially practical. The training is focused on practice, great atmosphere. I did not sleep during the training for the first time. I highly recommend it."


Kamil Szulc

Assistant Process Manager w LG CHEM WROCŁAW ENERGY

Szkolenie Minitab

"The workshop conducted by Tomek focused on building competence, not just theoretical knowledge.

The subject of Six Sigma was presented in a clear and readable way. Additionally there was a great atmosphere during the classes. I recommend!


Piotr Przyszczypkowski

Project Management

Szkolenie DOE Design of Experiment

"If you would like to learn what Six Sigma is and how to apply it in practice then come to Tomek. His professionalism, vast knowledge and ability to convey knowledge will make statistics fabulously easy even for a humanist."


Andrzej Piekarski

Inżynier produkcji

Szkolenie DOE Design of Experiment

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What is the program?

  • Proven tools only
  • Use of "why - what - how" sequences throughout the course and each individual topic
  • Frequent use of examples and "case studies"
  • Lots of team exercises (~30% of class time)
  • Lots of repetition and integration of tools
  • Minimal use of PowerPoint presentations
  • Integration of software within each topic rather than teaching it separately
  • Discussion sessions with the trainer
  • Max. 15 participants

No prerequisites.

What are the requirements?

Who is DOE training for?

This course is designed for people with different functions in the organization - operational, quality, logistics, financial, production, engineering.

What is the DOE training model?

Design of Experiments, DOE Training 

Session 1  (2 days)

Session 2 (2 days)

  • Introduction to variation
  • Process Mapping
  • Components of Variation Study:
    • Sampling without manipulation
    • Sampling trees
    • Graphical analysis
  • Measurement System Analysis
  • Introduction to Experimentation
  • Comparison of experimentation methods (OFAT, Trial & Error and DOE)
  • DOE - what it is and what it is used for
  • Full factorial design construction
  • Planning an experiment - choosing factors and their levels
  • Fractional factorial design construction
  • Analysis of results and conclusions

What are the benefits?

What are the characteristics of DOE training?

  • An organization that wants to improve its products and processes needs employees who are capable of planning and conducting experiments to make the best decisions.
  • The traditional, widely used approach to experimentation requires changing one factor over time, making the experimentation process inefficient, impractical, leading to sub-optimization of the system, and unable to describe the complex relationships between process parameters (interactions).
  • An alternative to the traditional approach is the Design of Experiments (DOE), which systematically and structurally allow for understanding the cause-effect relationship in processes, making it the most effective problem-solving method.
  • The use of DOE allows an organization to effectively gain knowledge and use that knowledge to achieve innovation and competitiveness, resulting in improved financial performance.
  • Understanding variation and its impact on the process
  • Assess the suitability of a measurement system in the context of planned experiments
  • Knowing the different experimental methods and their limitations
  • Identify the most important factors and their influence on the process/product (cause-effect relationship)
  • Understanding the interaction between factors (the effect of one factor is dependent on the setting of another factor)
  • Determining the levels of factors at which process/product performance is optimal (as a goal with minimal variation)
  • Understand the impact of noises on the process/product to be robust to these noises (e.g., environmental conditions, raw material variability)

Design of Experiments, DOE Training

4 days





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