About the Course
This one day, eight hour course is designed both as an Introduction to AS9100 and as a Management Overview for AS9100
The 'Big 13' have declared that compliance to AS9100 is required by all vendors. In addition to the substantial changes related to ISO9001:2000 the industry is requiring strict compliance by registrar auditors during the audit to utilize the AS9101 Checklist document (although the use of the document is described in the one-day training class detailed coverage of the checklist itself is covered in day two of the Internal Auditor version of this course).
In the overview course, a seasoned, industry auditor will lead a brisk discussion covering in detail the AS9100 standard including evolving changes in interpretation, process auditing and its effect on the external audit, and how the AS9101 checklist is used by the Industries third part audit force. Specially developed, industry specific case studies help students see the standard from the auditors perspective so that examining your own system helps you with your compliance effort.
An eye opening experience for anyone involved in management and as a management representative for an Aerospace/AS9100 supplier.
Learn how to interpret the AS9100 requirements
Understand how AS9100 'fits with' your company
Understand the basic documentation requirements of AS9100
How to make the most flexible systems for your company
Learn about Corrective and Preventive Action
The new Continual Improvement versus the old Continuous Improvement
Make your QMS an advantage for your company
Learn what is necessary to be successful in being AS9100 compliant
AS9100 can provide a substantial market advantage for your company in many ways
Course Outline: Course Length: 8 Hours
-Introductions and Course Objectives
-The history of Aerospace QMS systems and ISO9000
-The AS91001 B Standard for Aerospace Suppliers
-Aerospace Specific Case Studies
-AS9100 and Your Company
-Linkages between the QMS system clauses
-Understanding the Documentation System for compliance
-Corrective and Preventive Action