This course is to identify the structure and requirements of an effective Quality Management System (QMS) to make understanding what this means for individuals with little or no previous knowledge of IATF 16949:2016. Individual will gain a thorough understanding of the history and development of this Standard, key terms, definitions, the integration and the alignment to the ISO standardized high level structure. Individual will learn to interpret the key concepts and principles of the standard.
• The value to the industry: High value added for automotive related manufacturing industry
• How well is this programme recognised by the industry? Well recognized by the industry involving in automotive part manufacturing factory.
• Justification for the training based on the identified skills gap: All staffs who are working in automotive part manufacturing factory should well verse in this standard.
• How many future workers does the employer need? That will be determined by employer requirement.
• What are the details of the job requirement? Any sectors
of the company will involve in this Standard.
Duration: 2 Days (16 Hours)
- The IATF16949 History and Evolution
- Evolution of IATF16949 vs. ISO9001
- IATF Goal
- Seven Key Changes
- The foundation of the standard
- New high level structure
- Process approach
- QMS Model
- Risk based thinking
- Interpretation of IATF 16949:2016 Standards step-by step
- Clause 4: Context of the Organization
- Clause 5: Leadership
- Clause 6: Planning
- Clause 7: Support
- Interpretation of IATF 16949:2016 Standards (continue)
- Clause 8: Operation
- Clause 9: Performance evaluation
- Clause 10: Improvement
- Link of the standard to five core tools
- SPC – an introduction to common tools (Statistical Process Control)
- FMEA – implementing FMEA (Failure Mode Effect Analysis)
- MSA – application of MSA methodology (Measurement System Analysis)
- APQP/PPAP – APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning) process and PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) overview