The objective of this 2-day practical
and ‘hands-on’ course and workshop is to explain the requirements of AS9102:2014 (BS EN 9102:2015) Aerospace first
article inspection and empower participants to –
- complete the associated AS9102:2014 forms correctly through practical illustrations
- undertake and document first article inspection in the correct manner
- undertake internal and supplier audits/evaluations of the FAI documents and FAIR process
All participants attending the ‘public courses’ are
requested to bring along at least one FAIR (either one they have submitted to a
customer and/or one received from a supplier). These documents will be used to support the whole of Day #2.
For 'on-site courses', we will require six FAIRs (either ones
they have submitted to a customer and/or ones received from a supplier). These documents will be used to support the
whole of Day #2.
Course topics include –
- Acronyms, Terms and Conventions
- Drawings, characteristics and specifications
- Understanding part terminology
- Customer’s print – ballooned characteristics
- Functional testing and ‘certification’
Workshop – your own FAIRs
Inspection results of design characteristics
- Control Plan – Process Flowchart
- FMEA – MSA (Gauge R&R) – Capability Cpk
- 1.2 Purpose of FAI (first article inspection)
- FAI ‘deliverables’
- FAI intentions
- Customer requirements and expectations
- The first article inspection requirement
Workshop – AS9102 conformity?
Variation management of key characteristics (AS9103)
- AS9100:2016 – key characteristics
- Understanding the AS9102 – AS9103 links
- The FAI mantra!
- AS9100:2016 (BS EN 9102:2015) requirements for ‘FAI’
- Purpose of FAI and AS9102:2014 (BS EN 9102:2015)
Workshop – AS9102 standard or guidance document?
Workshop – key customer FAIR requirements
Documenting customer FAI requirements
- Evaluation activities – the FAI process
- Definitions of review and verification (ISO 9000:2015)
- 4.5 Evaluation activities
Workshop – reviewing and verifying FAIRs
4.6 Partial or re-accomplishment of FAI
- Summary – when should FAI be performed?
Workshop – re-accomplishment of a FAIR
What does the FAI apply to?
- What does the FAI not apply to?
- What is included in the FAI?
- 4.4 Nonconformance handling
Workshop – nonconformance handling
4.7 Documentation – 4.7.1 Forms
- 4.7.1 Forms
- Form 1 – part number accountability
- Form 2 – product accountability – materials, special processes, and functional testing
- Form 3 – characteristic accountability, verification, and compatibility evaluation
- Examples of FAI completed forms
- Understanding FAIR ‘requirements’
- Ballooned drawings – typical examples
Workshop – customer FAI characteristics
4.7.2 Characteristic accountability
- 4.5 i. – Part marking
- 4.7.3 – Record results
- 4.8 – Control of records
- FAIR process ‘check-sheet’
Session #7 – Interactive session
When to perform a full FAI or a partial FAI
- Interactive exercise – moving location
- LAIR – Last Article Inspection Report
Session #8 – Workshop session
Workshop – QMS requirements for FAIRs
Auditing FAI – what to look for
Workshop – organization FAIR review/audit
Workshop – supplier FAIR review/audit
Workshop feedback – class review
Most common reasons for FAI rejection
Workshop – ‘wash-up’ session
TEC's tutors are all experienced in the creation and auditing of FAIRs with many years’ experience in the aerospace industry.
The ‘hands-on’ FAIR workshops require that the organization make available several FAIRs for the class to audit. Wherever possible the FAIRs should include the organization’s own and FAIRs received from their suppliers.
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
This practical and interactive 2-day 'hands-on' training session and workshop is intended for a broad audience of quality engineers, quality professionals, inspectors, manufacturing engineers/managers, internal auditors and other staff who have to undertake and document a FAIR (First Article Inspection Report) in conformance with AS9102:2014 (BS EN 999102:2015) - including customer-specific requirements.
Individuals who successfully
complete the course will -
- be confident in knowing that their abilities enable them to undertake all of the tasks mandated by AS9102:2014 (BS EN 9102:2015)
- be better equipped to undertake and document first article inspection
- be able to undertake in-depth audits of the FAIR process
All students successfully
completing the 2-day course will receive an individual training certificate
containing the TEC Transnational logo
The organization will -
- be confident that their staff have appropriate skills and can demonstrate competence that includes all elements of AS9102:2014 (BS EN 9102:2015)
- know that the outputs of first article inspection will meet the expectations of their aerospace/defence customers
- have confidence that their FAIR process will stand up to the scrutiny CB and Customer Audits