18 and older
Attendees will learn how to transition, audit, and implement IATF 16949:2016 by understanding how to plan, conduct, follow-up on audits, and work with audited organizations to ensure efficient and effective audits.
At the end of this course, attendees will be able to:
- Understand the purpose and intent of the quality management standards and how they are related to each other.
- Understand the seven quality management principles.
- Learn changes and new requirements of IATF 16949:2016
- Understand the requirement and interpretation of each clause of IATF 16949:2016.
- Learn how to identify the audit evidence needed to demonstrate conformity to the requirements.
- Learn how to evaluate the effectiveness of the entire QMS, including process approach, customer focus, and continual improvement.
- Learn how planning, control process, and supporting activities can be evaluated effectively.
- Understand the importance of leadership, risk-based auditing, management review, internal auditing, and the monitoring and measurement of the QMS.
- Learn how to audit process controls.
- Understand the audit process and responsibilities.
- How to plan, perform, report, and follow-up on audits.
- Describe the role and responsibility of the auditor and the auditee at all stages.
- Develop a checklist and conduct pre-audit tasks.
- How to conduct audits including participation in the opening and closing meetings.
- How to develop an audit report.
- Understand the corrective action process.
- Learn all tools, including DFMEA, PFMEA, APQP, Control Plan, MSA & SPC.
Note: All attendees need to review the ISO 9001:2015 Requirements before attending this class.
See detailed schedule.
- Introduction, course format, and requirements
- QMS terminology and definitions used in IATF 16949:2016
- QMS background
- Process approach exercise
- IATF 16949:2016 standards, requirements, interpretations and criteria
- Documentations required
- Resources availability
- Auditor, Lead Auditor, and Auditee responsibilities
- Risk-based thinking
- RBT Exercise
- ISO 19011 Auditing standard - definitions and requirements
- Pre-audit activities
- Preparing audit documents
- Understanding non conformances and observations
- How to conduct the Opening Meeting
- Simulated onsite audit activities
- Conducting audits
- Identifying findings (Nonconformances, observations)
- Audit reporting
- Conducting a closing meeting
- Initiate corrective actions
- Conducting follow-up activities
- Verifying effectiveness
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for first and second-party auditors and professionals who are involved with corporate internal auditing activities who wish to broaden their knowledge of a total audit process. This course is also recommended to anyone involved with supply chain management or supplier quality control or assurance.