This five-day seminar addresses in depth, how Process Flows,
Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (PFMEA), Control
Plans and shop floor documentation are linked and used to
achieve process standardization and improvement. This seminar
also focuses on PPAP and PSW consistent with the requirements
of ISO/TS 16949:2002 (Second Edition) and the AIAG Third
Edition FMEA Manual as well as basic the basic concepts of
Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Measurement Systems
The approaches discussed and employed in this course are
consistent with the intent and guidelines in the APQP 2nd
Edition, FMEA 4th Edition, and PPAP 4th Edition manuals
issued by GM, Ford and Chrysler through the AIAG.
Who Should Attend
This seminar is designed for Internal Auditors, Management
Representatives, ISO 9001 and ISO/TS 16949 Implementation
Teams, and others who would like to develop judgment and
decision-making in ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949 and to learn how
to effectively audit the New Product Development activities.
Recommended Training and/or Experience
Participants should possess a working knowledge of, as well as
some experience in ISO-based quality management systems, as
well as a firm understanding of basic quality tools.
Each participant will receive a seminar manual. All concepts
will be introduced using examples. Group exercises will make
use of an example product and process.
- Provide a basic understanding of the core tools used in New
Product Development for effective auditing programs.
- Provide a hands-on approach to AQP and its relationship to
program management to give the knowledge and skills
needed to participate in a team that will introduce new
products and processes smoothly.
- Focus on the use of Process Management to achieve
standardization and improvement using Process Flow
Diagrams, Process FMEA and Process Control Plans.
- Understand all major automotive industry approaches to
FMEAs and Control Plans and the variations in current use.
- Develop the understanding and skills necessary to measure
and monitor manufacturing processes and correct problems
when they arise.
- Auditors will have a firm understanding of statistical tools
required for auditing an organizations knowledge and use
of statistical methods.
- Process Flow
- Process FMEA
- Control Plans
- Work Instructions
- Product Approval Process (PAP)