Auditors, managers, and quality personnel will learn about specific differences between the AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 requirements and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 requirements.
Discover what concepts will be more difficult to audit, including new requirements with fewer procedures, and identify the implications of the reduced requirements.
Gain an understanding of how auditors prepare for and conduct audits to AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016, how the revised 2016 standard will impact existing approaches to auditing, and review AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 official auditing forms.
Learn the specific differences between the previous revisions of AS9001/AS9110/AS9120 and AS9001/AS9110.AS9120 requirements from an auditor’s perspective.
This course will emphasize the concepts that will be difficult to audit, including new requirements that are less prescriptive, i.e., requiring fewer procedures, QMS-based, risk-based thinking in attention to operational risk management, knowledge management, product safety, counterfeit parts prevention, and many others.
This course is offered through AQS Management Services, Inc. AQS provides consulting, ISO training, coaching, and project assistance in support of organizational improvements and implementation of international management system standards.
- CEU Hours: 1.6
- Length: 16 Hours
- ASQ RU: 0
- Audience: Practitioner
- Provider: ASQ - ILT
- Understand the additional level for process effectiveness analysis and revised PEAR form and process evaluation matrix, including understanding the differences between the terms “process results” versus “process realization,” and linkage to citing nonconformities in an audit.
- Review the AS9001/AS9110/AS9120 official auditing forms and their purpose, report, NCR, PEAR, and QMS matrix.
- Given AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016, identify the differences between the two standards.
- Given AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016, identify the clause alignment between the two standards.
- Given AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 and an audit scenario, identify and write specific nonconformities.
- Identify the implications of the reduced requirements for procedures.
- Identify the specific requirements and appropriate evidence that are associated with the increased focus on process management.
- List the alternatives to documents that are acceptable for an auditor when determining the adequacy of audit evidence.
Who Should Attend:Auditors who are auditing AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 and will be auditing AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016.
Personnel who need to implement and manage an audit program
Personnel who need to understand the changes between AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 requirements and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016
Personnel who need to understand the evidence-based approach that is needed to audit AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016
Recommended attendees include: management, quality personnel, operational management, certification body auditors, Internal auditors, supplier auditors, management representatives, and audit program managers
- The differences between AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 and how this will impact existing approaches to auditing
- The alignment requirements between the Quality Management System (QMS) and the business objectives of the organization and how this impacts the role of auditors in auditing an organization's business processes and business results
- Requirements for documented information and how this impacts the audit process including the identification of audit evidence
- How to audit those requirements in ISO 9001:2015 that are less prescriptive, where documented audit evidence may be more difficult to obtain
- Methodologies for auditing the new requirement for QMS-level Risk Based Thinking versus Operational Risk Management
- Methodologies for auditing how senior leaders demonstrate that they are taking accountability for the QMS (new requirement within 5.1.1)
- Methodologies for auditing the new requirement for organizational knowledge
- Methodologies for auditing the context of the organization and the needs and expectations of interested parties and how this relates to the scope and processes of the QMS
- Methodologies for auditing the additional requirements for change management, counterfeit parts prevention, product safety and end to end product/service provision
- Understanding of the additional level for process effectiveness analysis and the revised PEAR form and Process Evaluation Matrix, including understanding the differences between the terms “Process Results” versus “Process Realization” and linkage to citing nonconformities in an audit
- Review of the AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 official auditing forms and their purpose, report, NCR, PEAR and QMS Matrix
Two-day, instructor-led, face-to-face course
Student manual and handouts, Audit Plan for Key Changes, audit activity workbook will be provided.
Because both AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 The Path Forward and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 Auditor Transition Training deal with changes contained in the 2016 revision of the standard, there is inevitable overlap in course content. While many may choose to take both sessions, some choose one or the other making this overlapping content necessary.
- If you need to cancel, we will refund your paid registration fee as noted below.
- Requests for cancellations/transfers received at least 5 business days before the start of the course receive a full refund/transfer.
- Requests received within 5 business days of the course starting incur a $150 processing fee.
- After the course starts, there are no refunds or transfers.
- Registrants who fail to attend without advance notice are liable for the entire course fee.
- If you cannot find a substitute, we can transfer your course fees to another ASQ course of your choice.
- You must successfully complete the entire course or program before IACET CEUs and a Certificate of Completion can be awarded.
An instructor-led traditional classroom experience. Classroom-based instruction involves the highest level of instructor/student interaction. We offer classroom style training in two formats. See public and on-site.
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- Value-add support: Instructors available to answer questions after session