Managers at all levels and quality personal will learn the requirements of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016, why these changes are taking place, how your organization will be impacted, and the steps needed to update your current QMS.
Learn and understand the specific differences between AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016, the alignment requirements between the QMS and the business objectives of the organization, and the reduced procedural requirements and how this will change what is needed to comply with AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016.
At the end of this course, you will have a formal, documented, and detailed plan specific to your organization that will provide the details you will need to move your organization forward to meet the requirements of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016.
Learn the requirements of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 and what they mean to your organization. Learn the steps an organization must take to update its current QMS to meet the requirements of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016. Participants will develop a detailed plan to assist their organization in meeting the requirements of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 and providing evidence that requirements have been met. Achieve the benefits outlined in AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016. Benefits will focus on the organization and their customers.
Important: Participants must bring the 2016 version of AS9100, AS9110, or AS9120 (whichever is applicable to them) and the previous version of the same.
- CEU Hours: 1.6
- Length: 16 Hours
- ASQ RU: 0
- Audience: Practitioner
- Provider: ASQ - ILT
- Identify the differences and alignments between the 2009 and 2016 versions of the AS9100, AS9110, and AS9120 standards.
- Given your organization, develop an organizational context that includes internal and external issues.
- Given your organization, determine interested parties and their requirements.
- Given your organization, determine QMS-level risks and opportunities and how this aligns with operational risk management.
- Given your organization, identify knowledge that needs to be retained and maintained.
- Given your organization, identify the linkage between context, interested parties, risks, opportunities, and the processes within the QMS.
- Given your organization, identify your approach(es) to product safety and prevention of counterfeit parts.
Prerequisites:Participants must bring the 2016 version of AS9100, AS9110, or AS9120 (whichever is applicable to them) and previous version of the same.
Who Should Attend:Current users of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2012 who will be adopting AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016.
Personnel who need to develop steps their organization will take to comply with the new requirements.
Personnel who need to understand the changes and their implications.
Recommended attendees include: management/top management, management representatives, quality personnel, operational management, auditors, and document control personnel.
- The specific differences between AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016
- The alignment requirements between the Quality Management System and the business objectives of the organization
- Specific methods for top management to demonstrate that they have taken accountability for the Quality Management System (new requirement within 5.1.1)
- Specific requirements for documented information and how to resolve the differences between AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2009 and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 and the risks associated with the reduced emphasis on documentation
- How to define the context of your organization to meet this new stated requirement and the significance of context to the organizations risks and opportunities and how this relates to the organization's QMS processes
- Specific methodologies for the identification of the needs and expectations of interested
- Who are interested parties
- What needs and expectations does my organization need to consider
- How does my organization incorporate the needs and expectations of interested parties into my organization's QMS
- The differences between System Level Risk Based Thinking and more formalized Operational Risk Management - new requirements of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016, along with the steps needed to implement
- Steps needed to implement knowledge management - a new requirement of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016
- How to achieve value for your organization while decreasing the emphasis on some documentation requirements
- Specific methodologies for incorporating the needs of customers and Interested Parties into the processes that make up your organizations QMS
- Methodologies that would demonstrate the alignment between the AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 Quality Management System and the business objectives of the organization
- Specific approaches that would allow an organization to resolve the differences between AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 and AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2015 as this relates to procedures, records and quality manual
- The steps an organization must take to update their current QMS to meet the requirements of AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016
- How to identify opportunities and achieve value for your organization while implementing AS9100/AS9110/AS9120:2016 and decreasing the emphasis on some documentation requirements
- The role of top management and the requirements for reporting risks and opportunities as part of the Management Review Process
- The increased emphasis on change management and understanding the potential risk and opportunities associated with change, both strategically and operationally
- How to address product safety issues and requirements throughout the life cycle of the product, including assessment of hazards and risks
- How to address counterfeit parts risks in internal activities (e.g., obsolescence management, nonconformance control, etc.) and activities regarding eternal providers and suppliers (e.g., procurement, source selection, control and inspections, etc.)
- Understanding of the revisions to the previous requirements for “project management” and “work transfers” and their integration with operational planning
Two-day, instructor-led, face-to-face course
Student manual and handouts, Path Forward Workbook and Plan for Key Changes document 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.
ON-SITE TRAINING FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION.
ASQ’s customized on-site training programs are the cost-effective way for you to train employees on your schedule. Training on-site minimizes the cost-per-student, reduces travel expenses, and ensures that the content is specific to your exact needs.
5 Benefits of On-Site Training
- Expertise to your location: Saves time and travel expenses
- Convenient scheduling: Train groups of five or more
- Customizable courses: Training tailored to your groups’ needs
- Immediate results: Employees complete courses ready to apply what they’ve learned
- Value-add support: Instructors available to answer questions after session