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IATF 16949 Training (Onsite)

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IATF 16949 Training Course Details (Onsite)

Quality-One brings the knowledge to your location, resulting in immediate benefits for your team. This option is convenient for scheduling and provides an opportunity to train the whole team how to develop and implement the Quality Management System (QMS). Onsite training is most popular with organizations that require five or more participants to be trained. Expenses are minimal compared to having the team travel.  Training is conducted in a dynamic instructor-led format. The Quality-One reference materials and examples also provide an invaluable resource for review long after the training.

IATF 16949 Course Description (Onsite)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

This course provides a basic level of understanding of the IATF 16949 intent and requirements, as well as how the requirements can be met. Each participant will have the opportunity to participate with exercises such as: SWOT Analysis, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Systems Mapping (process approach), Socially Responsibility Policy Development, Product Safety Requirements, etc. All activities will include industry-specific examples and terminology.

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

This course provides a basic level of overview of the new IATF 16949:2016 requirements and transition requirements. Each participant will have the opportunity to participate the exercises such as: Project Plans, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Systems Mapping (process approach), etc. All activities will include industry-specific examples and terminology.

Documentation and Implementation

This course provides methods to document and implement a Quality Management System based on the IATF 16949 requirements. The course is designed for those participants that are responsible in the design, implementation and maintenance of the Quality Management System.

Each participant will have the opportunity to develop a QMS through the use of QMS implementation and documentation tools such as: Project Plans, Communication Plans, SWOT Analysis, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Automotive Process Approach: Systems Mapping, Process Concept Diagram (Turtle), Process Mapping, etc. All activities will include industry-specific examples and terminology.

Internal Auditing

This course provides methods to internal audit a Quality Management System based on the IATF 16949, Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) and Customer-Specific Requirements (CSRs). The course is designed for those participants that are new to internal auditing, are currently performing internal audits or process owners / personnel responsible for managing the QMS audit process.

Each participant will have the opportunity to develop a QMS audit process through the use of QMS auditing tools such as: Audit Scheduling and Planning, Audit Reporting, Automotive Process Approach: Systems Mapping, Process Concept Diagram (Turtle), Process Mapping, Understanding the IATF 16949 Standard, Mock Auditing, Audit Reporting, Verifying Corrective Action responses, Auditing Core Tool and CSR’s, etc. All activities will include industry-specific examples and terminology.

IATF 16949 Training Course Objectives (Onsite)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

  1. Understanding and application of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Socially Responsible policy requirements
    • Product Safety Requirements
  2. Awareness of:
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

  1. Understanding and application of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  2. Awareness of:
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 old versus new requirements

Documentation and Implementation

  1. Understanding and application of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Automotive Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Documentation and Implementation Planning
    • Phased Approach Method and Tools
  2. Awareness of:
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)

Internal Auditing

  1. Understanding and application of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Automotive Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Audit Process
    • Corrective Action Response Verification
    • Auditing Core Tool and Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
  2. Awareness of:
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
    • Understanding and application of Internal Audit Process requirements:
      • Planning the Audit
      • Scheduling the Audit
      • Preparing for the Audit
      • Conducting the Audit
      • Documenting Audit Findings
      • Reporting Audit Findings
      • Corrective Action Follow-up

IATF 16949 Training Course Outline (Onsite)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach
  • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS)/ High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Standard Review
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  • Socially Responsible policy requirements
  • Product Safety Requirements

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach
  • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • ISO/TS 16949:2009 (ISO 9001:2008) to IATF 16949:2016 (ISO 9001:2015) Transition Review
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties

Documentation and Implementation

  • Why the Need for a QMS?
  • Process Approach Principles
  • Process Owner Roles and Responsibilities
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • New IATF 16949 Basic Requirements
  • Documentation and Implementation Planning
  • Phased Approach Method and Tools
    1. Executive and Management Overview / Planning
    2. Gap Assessment and Planning
    3. Documentation
    4. Implementation and Training
    5. Internal Assessment and Management Review
    6. 3rd Party Registration Assessment
    7. Sustain and Continual Improvement

Internal Auditing

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach – QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • IATF 16949 and ISO9001 Overview
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
  • Problem Solving Methods
  • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
  • Internal Audit Process (based on ISO 19011):
    • Planning the Audit
    • Scheduling the Audit
    • Preparing the Audit
    • Conducting the Audit
    • Documenting Audit Findings
    • Reporting Audit Findings
    • Corrective Action Follow-up

IATF 16949 Training (Offsite)

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⇓  IATF 16949 Course Details

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⇓  IATF 16949 Course Objectives

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IATF 16949 Training Course Details (Offsite)

Quality-One Technical Training Centers provide an environment without interruption from daily activities. The IATF 16949 courses benefit individuals and organizations with less than five people requiring a working knowledge of IATF 16949 requirements. The course is also held in a setting free of normal work interruptions, which increases knowledge transfer.

The training is conducted in a dynamic instructor-led format.  Participants can expect team activities and relevant exercises in a workshop format. These activities are developed around principles that all participants (from diverse backgrounds) can relate to. Offsite training permits participants to interact with others from different disciplines and share different viewpoints and experiences. Discussing the unique challenges from various industries keeps interest high. Many times, best practices from one industry are often shared to the benefit of others.

IATF 16949 Course Description (Offsite)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

This course provides a basic level of understanding of the IATF 16949 intent and requirements, as well as how the requirements can be met. Each participant will have the opportunity to participate with exercises such as: SWOT Analysis, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Systems Mapping (process approach), Socially Responsibility Policy Development, Product safety requirements, etc.

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

This course provides a basic level of overview of the new IATF 16949:2016 requirements and transition requirements in order to meet the new requirements. Each participant will have the opportunity to participate the exercises such as: Project Plans, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Systems Mapping (process approach), etc.

Documentation and Implementation

This course provides methods to document and implement a Quality Management System based on the IATF 16949 requirements. The course is designed for those participants that are responsible in the design, implementation and maintenance of the Quality Management System.  Each participant will have the opportunity to develop a QMS through the use of QMS implementation and documentation tools such as: Project Plans, Communication Plans, SWOT Analysis, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Automotive Process Approach: Systems Mapping, Process Concept Diagram (Turtle), Process Mapping, etc.

Internal Auditing

This course provides methods to internal audit a Quality Management System based on the IATF 16949 and Core Tool (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) and Customer Specific requirements. The course is designed for those participants that are new to internal auditing, are currently performing internal audits or process owners / personnel responsible for managing the QMS audit process.

Each participant will have the opportunity to develop a QMS audit process through the use of QMS auditing tools such as: Audit Scheduling and Planning, Audit Reporting, Automotive Process Approach: Systems Mapping, Process Concept Diagram (Turtle), Process Mapping, Understanding the IATF 16949 Standard, Mock Auditing, Audit Reporting, Verifying Corrective Action responses, Auditing Core Tool and Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s), etc.

IATF 16949 Training Course Objectives (Offsite)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

  1. Understanding and application of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Socially Responsible policy requirements
    • Product Safety Requirements
  2. Awareness of:
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

  1. Understanding and application of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  2. Awareness of:
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS)/ High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 old versus new Standard requirements

Documentation and Implementation

  1. Understanding and application of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Automotive Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Documentation and Implementation Planning
    • Phased Approach Method and Tools
  2. Awareness of:
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)

Internal Auditing

  1. Understanding and application of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Automotive Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Audit Process
    • Corrective Action Response Verification,
    • Auditing Core Tool and Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
  2. Awareness of:
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
    • Understanding and application of Internal Audit Process requirements:
      • Planning the Audit
      • Scheduling the Audit
      • Preparing the Audit
      • Conducting the Audit
      • Documenting Audit Findings
      • Reporting Audit Findings
      • Corrective Action Follow-up

IATF 16949 Training Course Outline (Offsite)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach
  • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS)/ High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Standard Review
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  • Socially Responsible policy requirements
  • Product Safety Requirements

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach
  • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • ISO/TS 16949:2009 (ISO 9001:2008) to IATF 16949:2016 (ISO 9001:2015) Transition Review
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties

Documentation and Implementation

  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • Process Approach Principles
  • Process Owner Roles and Responsibilities
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • New IATF 16949 Basic Requirements
  • Documentation and Implementation Planning
  • Phased Approach Method and Tools
    1. Executive and Management Overview / Planning
    2. Gap Assessment and Planning
    3. Documentation
    4. Implementation and Training
    5. Internal Assessment and Management Review
    6. 3rd Party Registration Assessment
    7. Sustain and Continual Improvement

Internal Auditing

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach – QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • IATF 16949 and ISO9001 Overview
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
  • Problem Solving Methods
  • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
  • Internal Audit Process (based on ISO 19011):
    • Planning the Audit
    • Scheduling the Audit
    • Preparing the Audit
    • Conducting the Audit
    • Documenting Audit Findings
    • Reporting Audit Findings
    • Corrective Action Follow-up

IATF 16949 Training (Online)

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⇓  IATF 16949 Course Details

⇓  IATF 16949 Course Description

⇓  IATF 16949 Course Objectives

⇓  IATF 16949 Course Outline

⇓  Learn More About IATF 16949

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IATF 16949 Training Course Details (Online)

The Quality-One IATF 16949 Online Overview is self-paced and completely interactive with audio, video, animation, illustrations and downloadable reference materials. This option provides immediate access to IATF 16949 content and is available 24 hours a day. The participant will have 30 days to complete the course and may access it as often as desired.

The online overviews will explain basic principles of IATF 16949, including structure and layout. The participant will be able to understand and manage risk, improve product and process quality and improve customer satisfaction. The IATF 16949 Online Overview is perfect for a basic introduction or refresher to IATF 16949 or Subject Matter review.

IATF 16949 Course Description (Online)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

This overview provides a basic level of understanding of the IATF 16949 intent and requirements, as well as how the requirements can be met. Topics include: SWOT Analysis, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Systems Mapping (process approach), Socially Responsibility Policy Development, Product safety requirements, etc.

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

This overview provides a basic level of overview of the new IATF 16949:2016 requirements and transition requirements in order to meet the new requirements. Topics include: Project Plans, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Systems Mapping (process approach), etc.

Documentation and Implementation

This overview provides methods to document and implement a Quality Management System based on the IATF 16949 requirements. QMS implementation and documentation tools and topics include: Project Plans, Communication Plans, SWOT Analysis, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Automotive Process Approach: Systems Mapping, Process Concept Diagram (Turtle), Process Mapping, etc.

Internal Auditing

This overview provides methods to internal audit a Quality Management System based on the IATF 16949, Core Tool (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) and Customer Specific requirements. QMS auditing tools and topics include: Audit Scheduling and Planning, Audit Reporting, Automotive Process Approach: Systems Mapping, Process Concept Diagram (Turtle), Process Mapping, Understanding the IATF 16949 Standard, Mock Auditing, Audit Reporting, Verifying Corrective Action responses, Auditing Core Tool and Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s), etc.

IATF 16949 Training Course Objectives (Online)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

  1. Awareness of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Socially Responsible policy requirements
    • Product Safety Requirements
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

  1. Awareness of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 old versus new Standard requirements

Documentation and Implementation

  1. Awareness of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Automotive Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Documentation and Implementation Planning
    • Phased Approach Method and Tools
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)

Internal Auditing

  1. Awareness of:
    • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
    • ISO Supporting Standards
    • Automotive Process Approach
    • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
    • Seven Quality Management Principles
    • Organization and it’s Context
    • Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
    • Audit Process
    • Corrective Action Response Verification,
    • Auditing Core Tool and Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
    • Need for a Quality Management System
    • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL and Integrated Management Systems
    • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
    • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Standard
    • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
    • Problem Solving Methods
    • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
    • Understanding and application of Internal Audit Process requirements:
      • Planning the Audit
      • Scheduling the Audit
      • Preparing the Audit
      • Conducting the Audit
      • Documenting Audit Findings
      • Reporting Audit Findings
      • Corrective Action Follow-up

IATF 16949 Training Course Outline (Online)

⇓ Executive Overview

⇓ Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

⇓ Documentation and Implementation

⇓ Internal Auditing

Executive Overview

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach
  • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Standard Review
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  • Socially Responsible policy requirements
  • Product Safety Requirements

Transition to the New IATF 16949:2016

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach
  • QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • ISO/TS 16949:2009 (ISO 9001:2008) to IATF 16949:2016 (ISO 9001:2015) Transition Review
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties

Documentation and Implementation

  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • Process Approach Principles
  • Process Owner Roles and Responsibilities
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • New IATF 16949 Basic Requirements
  • Documentation and Implementation Planning
  • Phased Approach Method and Tools
    1. Executive and Management Overview / Planning
    2. Gap Assessment and Planning
    3. Documentation
    4. Implementation and Training
    5. Internal Assessment and Management Review
    6. 3rd Party Registration Assessment
    7. Sustain and Continual Improvement

Internal Auditing

  • QMS / IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 Useful Terms
  • Need for a Quality Management System
  • ISO Supporting Standards
  • Process Approach – QMS Systems Map (Plan – Do – Check (Study) – Act)
  • Seven Quality Management Principles
  • Management System Standards (MSS) / High Level Structure (HLS) / Annex SL
  • IATF 16949 and ISO9001 Overview
  • Understanding the Organization and it’s Context
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  • Risk Management (based on ISO 31000)
  • Core Tools (APQP, FMEA, PPAP, SPC, MSA) Overview
  • Problem Solving Methods
  • Customer Specific Requirements (CSR’s)
  • Internal Audit Process (based on ISO 19011):
    • Planning the Audit
    • Scheduling the Audit
    • Preparing the Audit
    • Conducting the Audit
    • Documenting Audit Findings
    • Reporting Audit Findings
    • Corrective Action Follow-up

Learn More About IATF 16949 Training

Quality-One offers Quality Management Systems Development through Consulting, Training and Project Support. Quality-One provides Knowledge, Guidance and Direction in Quality Management Systems development activities, tailored to your unique wants, needs and desires. Let us help you Discover the Value of IATF 16949 Consulting, IATF 16949 Training or IATF 16949 Project Support.