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What is Experimental Design?

Experimental Design represents a method to study the behaviour of a system or process by controlling, simultaneously, a number of significant factors.  These experiments provide an efficient approach to understanding systems or processes compared to the traditional 'one factor at a time' approach.  This leads the organisation to predict future outcomes of the process and system.

 

Benefits

Able to generate new knowledge which can become critical in:

  • problem-solving

  • product design / process design

  • variability reduction

  • continuous quality improvement

  • identify future problems 

  • cost reduction

  • quality improvement

Our Programme

We offer the ability to actually run the experiment for clients and/or the expertise to the equip employees with the necessary skills to run experiments.  Through our training programme  individuals will be trained and given the tools to  plan, design, and analyse an experimental design project.

 

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