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Lead Auditing for IATF 16949:2016

  • Starts Jul 31
  • 1,695 US dollars
  • Simpson Drive

Available spots

Service Description

Lead Auditing for IATF16949:2016 is a 5-day activity-based workshop intended to develop the skills required to conduct effective quality management system audits. Recommended for new or current internal auditors who need to perform internal quality audits, this course provides hands on practice learning, applying and auditing to the requirements of IATF16949:2016. This will include the process for auditing Customer Specific Requirements and Core Tools (APQP, MSA, FMEA, SPC, PPAP) Course Objectives As a result of this course, participants should be able to: • Describe IATF16949:2016 and explain how it is used to improve customer satisfaction and the bottom line • Describe to 2016 revision and the impact to internal auditing • Use a process-based approach to plan, prepare, conduct and report a quality management system audit and Manufacturing Process audit • Describe the specific requirements of IATF16949:2016 • Create audit schedules, follow audit trails, and write nonconformance and audit reports Course Outline Introduction to ISO 9001:2015 and IATF16949:2016 • Understanding of the ISO9001:2015 and IATF16949:2016 standards and the underlying concepts Introduction to Internal Audits • Purpose and objectives of audits with their respect to external versus internal audits Roles and Responsibilities of Internal Audits • Roles and responsibilities of the Lead Auditor, Team Auditor, Auditee and Internal Audit Program Manager Plan the Internal Audit – Lead Auditor • Plan for the internal audit according to ISO 19011:2018 - international standard containing guidelines for management systems auditing Audit Execution • Interviewing techniques, collection of evidence, following audit trails, dealing with confrontation and documenting internal audits Reporting Results and Writing Non-conformances – Lead Auditor • Audit reporting and how to write a nonconformance containing Statement of Nonconformity at System Level, The Requirement and Objective Evidence. Process Audits • An examination of processes and their results to determine whether the activities, resources and behaviors that causes them are being managed efficiently and effectively Agenda • Day 1 – Process approach to auditing, Understanding IATF16949:2016 Requirements • Day 2 – Understanding IATF16969:2016 Requirements continued, Customer Specific Requirements, Auditing Core Tools • Day 3, 4 & - Internal Auditing based on the requirements and guidelines of ISO19011:2018 • 5 – Lead Auditor – How to Pla

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  • 181 Simpson Drive, Litchfield, MI, USA


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