AS9100:2016 Rev D
was published on 20 September 2016. Although the transition period extends to 15 September 2018 - all third-party certifications, re-certifications and surveillance audits will be to the AS91XX:2016
revisions from 15 June this year! The AS9100:2016 series of standards use the new 'ISO 9001:2015 high-level structure' and add clarity, enhance ease of use, and address industry and stakeholder needs, and include –
- AS9100:2016 - Quality management system - Requirements for aviation, space and defence organizations
- AS9110:2016 - Quality management system - Requirements for aviation maintenance organizations
- AS9120:2016 - Quality management system - Requirements for aviation, space and defence distributors
- AS9115:2016 - Quality management system - Requirements for aviation, space and defence organizations - deliverable software
With the 'actual' 15 June 2017 deadline in mind - it’s time to plan your transition now!
TEC Transnational’s highly interactive 1-day course and workshop explains all of the new requirements introduced by ISO 9001:2015 plus the changes to the AS9100-series of standards:
- Product safety
- Ethical behaviour (Just Culture)
- Human factors
- Risk and opportunities management
- Counterfeit parts
- Project management (APQP & PPAP – AS9145)
- Problem solving (AS13000 – 8-D)
- Measurement systems analysis (AS13003 – MSA)
- Configuration management
- Post-delivery support
The second part of the session explains how to implement the changes, and specifically addresses –
- Determining the ‘purpose’ of the organization
- The organization’s strategic direction
- Identifying interested parties (and their requirements)
- Understanding external and internal issues
- Capturing external and internal issues
- Implementing a process based approach to QMS documentation
- Determining the organization’s processes
- Mapping their sequence and interactions
- Ensuring ‘controlled conditions’ for processes
- Actively managing process effectiveness
- Deploying 'risk-based thinking'
- ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100:2016 series of standards – risk references
- Implementing practical methodologies for risk management
- Risk management (process stages)
- Categorizing ‘risk magnitude’
- Organization (internal and external issues)
- Risk register (miscellaneous & external providers)
- Processes (risk identification/mitigation)
- New product introduction – APQP
- Risk – (product) design and development
- Risk – production
- Operational planning and control (APQP & PPAP and Work transfer)
- The product quality planning cycle (P-D-C-A)
- Understanding the ‘A’ and ‘Q’ of APQP
- The APQP process – conformity with AS9145
- Understanding product safety
- Deploying ‘just culture’ (ethical behaviour)
- Human factors
- Understanding human factors – requirements
- Identifying the ‘dirty dozen’ of causes
- Counterfeit products
- Understanding counterfeit products – requirements
- Handling the greater flexibility with QMS documentation and the role of the Management Representative
- The need for a Quality Manual? – minimum requirements
- Deploying a QMS process-based approach using modern, visual, documentation
- The need for a Management Representative? – requirements
Our public courses are run at the Woodland Grange Conference Centre, Old Milverton Lane, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV32 6RN, UK.
We are also running this 1-day session as an on-site event – call our hotline on 01926 851 403 for details.
In-company courses may be organised at any time and are extremely cost-effective on a ‘cost-per-student’ basis. The host company is responsible for the venue costs.
We can accommodate up to 10 (maximum) delegates per session.
Who should attend
Personnel who will be responsible for handling the transition to the AS9100:2016 series of standards -
- Quality professionals responsible for oversight of the QMS
- Top Management (i.e. the organization's Leadership)
- Process Owners (responsible for operational management)
- Internal & Supplier Auditors
This highly interactive session provides all the guidance needed to upgrade your quality management system –
- based on the P-D-C-A cycle
- using a process-based approach
- embodying risk-based thinking and ethical behaviour
The morning session identifies and explains all of the new, deleted and amended requirements introduced by ISO 9001:2015 plus the new additions imposed by AS9100:2016 Rev D. The afternoon session focuses on implementation strategies, and provides guidance on the selection and introduction of quality tools and methodologies that can be deployed to meet all of the new requirements.
Read what the PRESS said about our launch event
Participants successfully completing the Understanding & implementing AS9100:2016 Rev D course will understand the additional requirements imposed by the AS9100:2016 series of standards and be confident to implement the necessary changes to their quality management system.
All participants will receive an training certificate containing the TEC Transnational logo – confirming their understanding of the changed requirements.