Video On-Demand Training
In addition to onsite, remote (live) and open enrollment (public) training offerings, we are excited to offer students options for self-paced video on-demand. Our management system transition series is the first of many series to be launched in 2017. In addition to self-paced videos, our on-demand option includes an electronic student binder (PDF) as well as other supplemental materials, exercises and optional but recommended "homework" assignments. We also offer certificates for those students who choose to complete the final quiz with a passing grade.
Due to the quickly approaching transition deadlines for various international standards, we are kicking off this new options by first focusing on ISO 9001 and IATF 16949. The deadlines for both of these are just around the corner. Our mission is to help clients get fully prepared for these standard changes for a) quick adoption to get through the transition audit successfully and b) for sustainable improvement of your overall management system.
QMS Auditor Transition Series: ISO 9001:2015 + IATF 16949:2016
Estimated Time: 6-8hrs
Upon completion of this series, you will have the opportunity to take a quiz to obtain your training certificate. A grade of 70% or higher on the quiz is required in order for a certificate to be issued. Tickets available below.
Module 1 – Introduction & Gathering of Expectations: This video kicks off the series by focusing on student expectations, defining the course objectives and discussing the 5-stages of student progression.
Module 2 – The Importance of Systems: This module discusses the importance of a systematic approach to managing your business. We also review the role of leadership, how the needs of "interested parties" have changed, the concept of a concentric management system and keys to a successful QMS deployment.
Module 3 – Overview of the ISO 9001:2015 Standard Changes: This module begins with a review of the history of the ISO 9001 family of documents and its progression from 1987 to today. The course then reviews the layout per the new high-level structure from Annex SL, the 7 new QMS Principles and new terms and definitions. Students will then take a dive into the significant changes that should be studied in clause 4.0 through 10.0 while comparing 2015 requirements to those found in the 2008 version. Due to the length of this module, it is broken into Part I and II.
Module 4 – Overview of the IATF 16949:2016 Standard Changes: This module begins with a review of the history of the automotive QMS standard and its relationship to ISO 9001. The course then focuses on changing automotive requirements above and beyond ISO 9001:2015 as well as significant changes between ISO/TS 16949:2009 and the new automotive QMS requirements found in IATF 16949:2016. Students will learn about key transition requirements, deadlines and resources available.
Module 5 – Process Design & Performance Evaluation: This module review the process approach and automotive process approach, including the use of Turtle and SIPOC Diagrams. The course then takes a deep dive into Concentric’s 12-Tool module to help process owners master the processes they manage.
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