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AS9100 Rev D Trainings

What is AS9100 Rev D?

AS9100 is the quality management standard specifically written for the Aerospace and Defense industry. It had long been considered by some entities, such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), that the ISO 9000 series of standards were inadequate in terms of ensuring quality and safety in the “high risk” aerospace industry.

Why is AS9100 so important?

Among the most safety-conscious in the world, the aerospace industry has long recognized the crucial role quality plays in the performance of aviation, space and defense products. Consumer and customer confidence is directly linked to perceptions about the quality of equipment and services manufacturers in this industry offer.

To whom does AS9100 apply?

The industry-wide AS9100 standard was established in 1999 and is the standard to which thousands of suppliers in the aerospace industry are held.

Axeon is certified by Probitas Authentication as an IAQG recognized Training Provider.  The AS9100 Lead Auditor training satisfies the training requirement for AS9100 Aerospace Auditor authentication.  The AATT courses satisfy the Aerospace Auditor Transition Training requirement for the AS9100 Aerospace Auditor authentication.

Companies achieving certification, report:

  • Improved product quality and on-time delivery
  • More efficient labor utilization
  • Reduced costs
  • Increased customer satisfaction in supplier-customer relationships
  • Alignment with the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) strategy of having 90% of supply chain certified

Early Bird Pricing

5-Day AS9100 Rev D and ISO 9001:2015

Lead Auditor Training Course

 

5 Day Schedule: 7:30 AM – 6:30 PM MST Mon – Thu

7:30 AM – 11:00 AM MST Fri

Audience: Beginner to Advanced
 

This course is certified by Probitas Authentication. Successful completion of this course satisfies the Lead Auditor training requirement for AS9100 Aerospace Auditor authentication.

Overview

This course prepares you to perform effective Quality Management System (QMS) audits. You’ll learn how to interpret the verbiage of the ISO 9001:2015 & AS9100D Standard and apply it to your own organization. We’ll take you through the full audit process, including: audit planning and preparation, opening meetings, document review, interviewing auditees, closing meetings and reporting. Training includes easy-to-use tools to simplify the auditing process.

This is a practical, how-to course that is not bogged down in academic discussions. We use case studies, role-plays, and other real-life practice exercises to keep the training active and build competence.

 

Who Should Attend?

·       quality managers ·       internal auditors
·       management representatives ·       quality consultants
·       audit program managers ·       top management
·       lead auditor candidates ·       those who perform supplier audits

 

Prerequisites

None. Our students range from seasoned quality professionals to novices. Our goal is to meet everyone at their current level of competence and increase it, so whether you’re a seasoned professional or are entirely new to quality, you’ll come out of this class a better auditor.  All students are required to bring their own printed copy of the AS9100D standard. Most students will be able to obtain a copy from their company.

 

AS9100 Course Objectives

  • Help you develop the knowledge and skills required to become a Lead Auditor.
  • Enable you to perform high-quality audits with confidence.
  • Improve your understanding of the Aerospace Quality Standard.
  • Learn how to audit to the requirements of the Standard and to your own Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Conform to the auditing practices outlined in ISO 19011, ISO 9001 and AS9101.
  • Fulfill the lead auditor training requirements of the IAQG Certified Lead Auditor program.

 

Agenda

Day 1

Day 4

Activity

Activity

 

1

Course Introduction

1

Test on TL Unit / Review & Retake

2

History of Quality Management

2

Aerospace Industry Unit

3

AQMS Objectives Quiz

3

Test on AS Unit / Review & Retake

4

In-depth Review of Standard

4

AS9101 Unit

 

Lunch

5

Process-Based Auditing

5

Review of Standard (cont’d)

 

Lunch

6

Exercise: Audit Case Studies (part 1)

6

Audit Role Play Exercise 4

7

AS9101 Quiz / Review & Retake

Day 2

8

Exercise 3: Closing Meeting

1

Exercise: Audit Case Studies (part 2)

9

Class Wrap-Up

2

Learning Game on Pre-assignment

10

Test Prep

3

Test on Standard / Review & Retake

4

AU Module – Part 1. Intro to Auditing

Day 5 

 

Lunch

1

Test Preparation

5

Test on Part 1 / Review & Retake

2

Final Examination

6

Part 2. Preparing for an Audit

7

Test on Part 2 / Review & Retake

8

Part 3. Conducting the Audit

9

Test on Part 3 / Review & Retake

Day 3

1

Audit Role Play Exercise 1

2

Part 4. Completing the Audit

3

Test on Part 4 / Review & Retake

4

Exercise: Writing Audit Findings

Lunch

5

Audit Role Play Exercise 2

6

TL Unit: Leading an Audit Team

5-Day AS9100D and ISO 9001:2015

Lead Auditor Training Course

 

5 Day Schedule: 7:30 AM – 6:30 PM MST Mon – Thu

7:30 AM – 11:00 AM MST Fri

Audience: Beginner to Advanced

This course is certified by Probitas Authentication.  Successful completion of this course satisfies the Lead Auditor training requirement for AS9100D Aerospace Auditor authentication.

AS9100D Space Shuttle

Overview

This course prepares you to perform effective Quality Management System (QMS) audits.  You’ll learn how to interpret the verbiage of the ISO 9001:2015 & AS9100D Standard and apply its benefits to your own organization.  We’ll take you through the full audit process, including: audit planning and preparation, opening meetings, document review, interviewing auditees, closing meetings and reporting.  Training includes easy-to-use tools to simplify the auditing process.

This is a practical, how-to course that is not bogged down in academic discussions.  We use case studies, role-plays, and other real-life practice exercises to keep the training fun and active while building competence. This is the AS9100 Rev D training you’ll actually enjoy.

Who Should Attend?

·       quality managers ·       internal auditors
·       management representatives ·       quality consultants
·       audit program managers ·       top management
·       lead auditor candidates ·       those who perform supplier audits

 

Prerequisites

None.  Our students range from seasoned quality professionals to novices.  Our goal is to meet everyone at their current level of competence and increase it, so whether you’re brand new or have been in quality for years, you’ll come out of this class a better auditor.  All students are required to bring their own printed copy of the AS9100D standard.  Most students will be able to obtain a copy from their company.

 

AS9100D Course Objectives

  • Help you develop the knowledge and skills required to become a Lead Auditor.
  • Enable you to perform high-quality audits with confidence.
  • Improve your understanding of the AS9100D Aerospace Quality Standard.
  • Learn how to audit to the requirements of the Standard and to your own Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Conform to the auditing practices outlined in ISO 19011, ISO 9001 and AS9101
  • Fulfill the lead auditor training requirements of the IAQG Certified Lead Auditor program.

 

Agenda

Day 1

Day 4

Activity

Activity

 

1

Course Introduction

1

Test on TL Unit / Review & Retake

2

History of Quality Management

2

Aerospace Industry Unit

3

AQMS Objectives Quiz

3

Test on AS Unit / Review & Retake

4

In-depth Review of Standard

4

AS9101 Unit

 

Lunch

5

Process-Based Auditing

5

Review of Standard (cont’d)

 

Lunch

6

Exercise: Audit Case Studies (part 1)

6

Audit Role Play Exercise 4

7

AS9101 Quiz / Review & Retake

Day 2

8

Exercise 3: Closing Meeting

1

Exercise: Audit Case Studies (part 2)

9

Class Wrap-Up

2

Learning Game on Pre-assignment

10

Test Prep

3

Test on Standard / Review & Retake

4

AU Module – Part 1. Intro to Auditing

Day 5 

 

Lunch

1

Test Preparation

5

Test on Part 1 / Review & Retake

2

Final Examination

6

Part 2. Preparing for an Audit

7

Test on Part 2 / Review & Retake

8

Part 3. Conducting the Audit

9

Test on Part 3 / Review & Retake

Day 3

1

Audit Role Play Exercise 1

2

Part 4. Completing the Audit

3

Test on Part 4 / Review & Retake

4

Exercise: Writing Audit Findings

Lunch

5

Audit Role Play Exercise 2

6

TL Unit: Leading an Audit Team

Topics:  Product Development, Supplier Assessment, Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing Systems, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis

Days: 3 

 7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST

Overview

The AS13100 AESQ (Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality) Supplemental QMS Requirements simplifies and harmonizes the aerospace engine manufacturer requirements to its shared supply chain and includes requirements flowed-down to the engine manufacturers by regulators, customers, industry and business specific requirements.  Suppliers with multiple customers will learn how AS13100 minimizes requirements and improves overall product quality by focusing on the key quality systems and processes.

 

This course provides knowledge and insight for each of the AESQ supplemental requirements.  Further, there are workshop activities that give practical application for the Standard requirements.  Key concepts and job responsibilities are considered so that participants will gain detailed understanding of how to understand and apply this Standard within their organization.  Understand the AESQ strategy to enable the supply chain to achieve Zero Defects.

 

AS13100 FMEA

 

AS13100 Learning Objectives:

  • Review and understand the requirements of the AS13100 standard
  • Assess business processes and identify areas of opportunity to enhance and add value to your business
  • Overview and Activities/Workshops related to the Reference Manuals:
    • RM13000 Problem Solving Methods including 8D
    • RM13002 Alternate Inspection Frequency Plans
    • RM13003 Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)
    • RM13004 Defect Prevention Quality Tools to support Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) and Production Part Approval Process (PPAP)
    • RM13005 Quality Audit Methods
    • RM13006 Process Control Methods
    • RM13007 Sub-tier Management
    • RM13008 Design Work
    • RM13009 AS13100 Compliance Matrix
    • RM13010 Human Factors
    • RM13011 Managing Rework and Production Repair
    • RM13102 First Article Inspection Requirements (FAIR)
    • RM13145 Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) and Production Part Approval Process (PPAP
  • Practical workshops to enhance your understanding and successful application of this standard
  • Identification of Standards and Handbooks that will address in more detail specifics of the AS13100 requirements such as: APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning) and Supplemental Requirements, PPAP (Production Part Approval Process), Core Defects Prevention, Identifying and controlling Key Characteristics
  • Identify and provide practice in Quality Core Tools such as: Design FMEA, Process Flow Diagrams, Process FMEA, Production Control Plans, Measurement Systems Analysis, and Process Capability Studies

Who Should Attend

  • Senior Managers
  • Management Representatives
  • Implementation Teams
  • Internal Auditors
  • Functional Leaders: Design, Manufacturing, Engineering, Operations, Business Improvement, Purchasing, Program Management
  • Any others involved in the auditing or implementation of QMS activities

 

AGENDA

Day 1

Part 1 Introductions
Part 2 History, Purpose, Related Publications (SAE/AESQ/ISO and Other), Terms and Definitions
        Activity #1:  Terminology
Part 3 Detailed Review of the AS13100 additional requirements to the AS9100 standard:  Clauses 1-10
      Topics & In-Class Exercises: Supplier Type and Supplemental Requirements & Appendix B;  AS9115 Applicability; Compliance Assessment; Human Factors RM 13010; ISO 31000 Risk Management; RM 13003 MSA; MSA Acceptance Limits; Auditor Qualifications – Training; Delegations of Product Release Verification; Retention of Documented Information; Prevention of Counterfeit Parts AS 6174; APQP & PPAP in Design; Design FMEA Process; AS9146 FOD; Design Phases RM 13008; Design for ‘X’ (DfX:  DfM, DfA, DfS, DfC); Critical Items & Key Characteristics;
        Activity #2:  Quality in Action Case Studies clauses 1-10

Activity #3a:  Design FMEA  RM 13004

Day 2
Part 3 Cont. Detailed Review of the AS13100 additional requirements to the AS9100 standard:  Clauses 8.4 – 10
        Topics & In-Class Exercises:  Sub-tier Assessment Process (SCMH); Audit Types RM 13005;  ITAR/EAR; D&D Software Requirements Specification (SCMH); Process FMEA; PFMEA/Control Plan process RM 13004; AS9102 FAI;  Rework & Repair of NC Product RM 13011; Process Control Methods RM 13006; Process Capability Cp, Pp, Cpk, RM 13006; Alternate Inspection Frequency Plans RM 13002; Appendix C Training Syllabus Process Controls RM 13006; Internal Audit Types & Frequencies; Quality Audits – Production Process over 3-years RM 13005; 8D Structured Problem Solving RM 13000; Human Factors in Problem Solving RM 13010;  Lean Six Sigma & 5S; AS 9145 2016-11 & APQP Process Flow;
 Activity #3b:  Process FMEA RM 13004
Activity #4:  8D Problem Solving Case Study
Part 4 AS13100 Chapter B  AS9145 Supplemental Requirements
       Topics & In-Class Exercises:  APQP and PPAP Process Flow Diagram; APQP & PPAP Timing Chart & Events; DFMEA RM 13004; Process Flow Diagram RM 13004; Control Plan RM 13004; Production Preparation Plan AS 13100; Alternate Inspection Plan RM 13002
Day 3  
Part 4 cont. AS13100 Chapter B  AS9145 Supplemental Requirements cont.
     Topics & In-Class Exercises:  Pre-Launch Control Plan RM 1345; MSA GRR RM 13003; AESQ PPAP Elements AS13100; PPAP Coordinator and CAR3 Training RM 12145; PPAP Submission/Retention Levels; PPAP Elements and RM References AS13100; Typical Use of PPAP Elements RM 13145; Supply Chain Risk Management RM 13145; APQP Assurance Actions AS13100; Robust Statistical Evaluations Chart RM 13006;
Part 5 Core Defect Prevention Quality Tools APQP & PPAP
Topics & In-Class Exercises:  APQP Phase 1-5 Resource Manuals References; Design FMEA Severity/Occurrence/Detection Ranking Tables RM 13004; DFMEA Potential Causes & Controls RM 13004; Critical Items, Key Characteristics, Special Requirements AS9100; Process Flow Diagram, Defect Detection RM 13004; PFMEA Severity, Occurrence, Detection Rating Tables RM 13004; Control Plan Inputs/Defect Detection RM 13004; Cp and Cpk Calculations
     Activity #5:  Use of PPAP Submissions in Supplier Control RM 13145

 

Internal Auditor Class

With Live Audits

Days: 3 • CEU Hrs: 2.4
Time: 7:30 a.m.- 6:30 p.m. MST
Audience: Beginner to Advanced

Internal Auditor Class

With Live Audits

Days: 3 • CEU Hrs: 2.4
Time: 7:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.
Audience: Beginner to Advanced

Days: 2

Time:  7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST

AXEON’s training courses begin with your objectives in mind. Before any training begins the instructor must have an objective to deliver your desired outcome. If the course does not have a specific objective, students can go through the motions with little added value. AXEON’s course setup begins with a candid discussion of your needs and expectations with the course instructor to develop specific areas of focus for the class. Below is a general outline for the course and topics that will be covered.

Risk Management for AS13004

Days: 2 

 7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST

 

AS13004 Overview

This class teaches participants the Aerospace Risk Requirements (per AS9100, 9110, and 9120) as well as the specific requirements for Operation Risk as defined in AS13004 PFMEA and Control Plans.  The course follows a well-organized, systematic approach to Identify, Assess, and Mitigate Risks that impact Aerospace organizations and the risks to their customers and stakeholders. While Risk Management is a basic requirement of ISO 9001, the Aerospace standards incorporate all of these requirements and add further requirements to make aerospace products and services safe and effective throughout the Supply Chain. Further, with reduced risks inherent in the Design and Manufacture of aerospace articles, the costs associated with their manufacture should be reduced.

AS13004 Risk Management Training - Airplane

Who Should Attend

  • Any organization that needs a formal, disciplined approach to the identification, assessment, and management of Risk.
  • Organizations that must meet the requirements–AS9100 Operational Risk Management, and
    AS13004 PFMEA and Control Plans.
  • Quality Managers
  • Management Representatives
  • Engineering Managers
  • Internal and external auditors
  • Design Teams
  • Project Teams

What you will learn

  • How to address Risk-Based Thinking requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100 (per ISO 31000).
  • How to address the Operational Risk Management requirements of AS9100 (per AS13004).
  • Tools used for Risk Assessment such as DFMEA, Process Flow Diagrams, PFMEAs and Control Plans.
  • How risk management can be applied to any organization, regardless of its products or customers.
  • A means for demonstrating to customers and stakeholders the potential risks associated with products or processes and provide assurance that these have been effectively managed.
  • How to quantify risk as the first step in establishing priorities for your organization.
  • Methods for controlling risks within your Supply Chain

 

AGENDA

Day 1

  • Risk terminology
  • Four-step Risk Management process outlined in ISO 31000
  • Risk-based Thinking requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D
  • Strategic vs. process risk management
  • Tools, methods, and a streamlined approach for addressing risk-based thinking requirements.
  • Hands-on exercises

Day 2

  • Aerospace risk terminology
  • Overview of APQP and PPAP risk tools: Process Flow Diagrams, PFMEAs and Control Plans
  • How to develop a Process Flow Diagram (identifying process risks)
  • Guidelines for performing a Process Failure Modes and Effects (FMEA) analysis
  • Creating an effective Control Plan used to manufacture and control and resolve ongoing process risks
  • Detailed hands-on case study developing an FMEA analysis, with tools for completing each stage
  • Requirements for Operational Risk Management
  • Overview of AS13004 – Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis and Control Plans
  • Guidance on using AS13004 methodology to meet Operational Risk Management requirements

Probitas Authentication AS13004

Days: 2

Time: 7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST

Audience: Beginner to Advanced

Advanced Product Quality Planning and Production Part Approval Process

Days: 2

Time: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM MST

 

Internal Auditor Class

Days: 2 • CEU Hrs: 1.9

Time:  7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. MST

Audience: Beginner to Advanced

Problem-Solving Requirements for Suppliers Training

Days: 2

Time:  7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. MST

Days: 1

Time: 7:30 AM-4:30 PM MST

Audience: Top management

Days: 1

Time: 7:30a.m.-4:30p.m. MST

What are ITAR and EAR?

ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) and the EAR (Export Administration Regulations) are export control regulations run by different departments of the US Government.  Both of them are designed to help ensure that defense-related technology does not get into the wrong hands.  An export license is a general term for both ITAR and EAR-controlled items in which the US Government has granted permission to transport or sell potentially dangerous items to foreign countries or parties.

Days: 1 • CEU Hrs: 0.8

Time: 7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST

Audience: Beginner to Advanced

This course is designed for managers and executives that need to understand the requirements of AS9100 and the implications for their organizations.

Learn what AS9100 registration means for your organization and how to implement it to your AS9100 Rev D QMS to gain a competitive advantage.

Many organizations are introduced to management systems because they are forced to consider ISO certification.  This overview shows how system development can happen in many different ways, but the best approach is to investigate your existing processes and system and align them with your business objectives.

1-Day AS6500 Manufacturing Management Program

Days: 1

 7:30 AM- 4:30 PM MST

Topics: 

Manufacturing Management System, Design Analysis for Manufacturing, Manufacturing: Feasibility, Risk, Readiness Levels, Manufacturing Planning, Materials Management, Manufacturing Workforce, Tooling/Test Equipment/Facilities, MSA, Process Capabilities, FAI, and Supplier Quality and Management

Overview

The AS6500 standard is applicable to all phases of the system acquisition life cycle. It is intended for use on all programs with manufacturing content. It requires proven manufacturing management practices with the goal of delivering affordable and capable systems to the extent that it is invoked contractually.  The agreement between the customer and the organization shall include the manufacturing management requirements in AS6500 based upon tailoring the requirements of this standard to address the program situation.

 

Many international publications are referenced within this 16-page standard to give additional insight in meeting customer requirements and enhancing the performance of your current Manufacturing Management System.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Review and understand the requirements, application and conformance declaration to the AS6500 standard
  • Understand the techniques of planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and controlling the use of people, money, materials, equipment, research and development, methods and processes, and facilities to manufacture products.
  • Overview the MMS application of the following international publications:
    • ARP 5580 Recommended Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Practices for Non-Automobile Application
    • AS5553 Counterfeit (EEE) Parts; Avoidance, Detection, Mitigation, and Disposition
    • AS6174 Counterfeit Materiel
    • AS9071 Control of Aviation Critical Safety Items
    • AS9100 Quality Management Systems – Requirements for Aviation, Space, and Defense Organizations
    • AS9102 Aerospace First Article Inspection
    • AS9145 Aerospace Requirements for APQP/PPAP
    • EIA557 Statistical Process Control
    • STD-0016 Standard for Preparing a DMSMS Management Plan
    • DoD Deskbook: DoD Manufacturing Readiness Levels
  • Practical workshops to enhance your understanding and successful application of this standard

Who Should Attend

  • Senior Managers
  • Management Representatives
  • Implementation Teams
  • Internal Auditors
  • Functional Leaders: Design, Manufacturing, Engineering, Operations, Business Improvement, Purchasing, Program Management
  • Any others involved in the auditing or implementation of QMS activities

 

AGENDA

Day 1

Part 1 Introductions
Part 2 History, Purpose, Terms and Definitions
      Activity #1A & 1B:  Terminology
Part 3 Detailed Review of the AS6500 Standard Requirements
Topics & In-Class Exercises: MS Objectives, Producibility Analysis: Trade Curves, Design for Manufacturing and Assembly, MIL HDBK 727, Key and Critical Characteristics: Process Flow and Control Plans; PFMEA:  Activity #3 PFMEA, Manufacturing Feasibility, MRLs, Production Readiness, Materials Management DMSMS, SD-22, Cost, Manufacturing Modeling/Simulations;  Manufacturing System Verification, Lean Manufacturing, MSA, LOB, Lean/Six Sigma, VR, AS9103, Cp and Cpk Process Capability, Activity #4:  Cp and Cpk, FAI/FAT Supplier Management and Quality: PPAP
Activity #2:    Management System Objectives
Activity #3:  Process Flow Diagram and PFMEA
Activity #4:  Calculate Cp and Cpk (Process Capability)

 

Learn to identify and prevent the use of counterfeit parts with AS5553

Days: 1 • CEU Hrs: 4.8
Time: 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. MST
Audience: Beginner to Advanced