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APQP, PPAP, SPC, SMA, FMEA
ADVANCED PRODUCT QUALITY PLANNING (APQP)

ADVANCED PRODUCT QUALITY PLANNING (APQP) APQP is a structured method of defining and establishing the steps necessary to ensure that a product satisfies the customer. Effective product quality planning depends on a company's top management's commitment to the effort required in meeting customer specifications.

  • The Objectives of APQP
  • Phases of APQP
  • Planning and defining the program
  • Product Design and Development
  • Outputs by Design Responsible Activity
  • Outputs by Advanced Product Quality Planning Team
  • Process Design and Development
  • Product and Process Validation
  • Feedback, Assessment and Corrective Action
  • Benefits of APQP
  • Systems Requirements For APQP

Production Part Approval Process (PPAP)

Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) This course provides a detailed examination of Production Part Approval Process requirements. We will focus on determining if all customer engineering, design record, and specification requirements are properly understood, and that the production process has the potential to meet these requirements during an actual production run at the quoted production rate.

  • PPAP Class Overview
  • Alignment with TS16949 and APQP
  • Key changes from 3rd Edition
  • PPAP Definitions, Scope and Purpose
  • Requirement of Submission
  • Submission Levels
  • Part Submission Status
  • Record Retention
  • Record & Master Sample Retention
  • PPAP Process Requirements
  • Part Submission Warrant
  • Key changes to PSW from 3rd Edition
  • How to Audit/Review PPAP

Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)

This course addresses Concept, Design and Process FMEAs that broaden the scope of the this recommended technique used for identification of potential failure modes. Also emphasizes the interfaces and interactions of the components, systems and subsystems, how they are directly connected, and how they interact with the surrounding environment. General guidelines are given and intended to cover situations normally encountered when preparing FMEAs during the various phases of the analysis

  • Defining the purpose and scope of an FMEA.
    When and Why do we have to do an FMEA?
    The mechanics of the standard format.
    Who does this and who is responsible?
    Objectives of the Design and Process FMEAs.
    Defining the failure.
    Which is the failure mode and which is the effect?
    Determining the Risk Priority Numbers.
    Are we done yet? Management Review.

Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)

This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the importance of MSA in controlling and improving the production process and to give students a practical knowledge of using statistical methods in analyzing the measurement system.

  • Introduction to MSA
  • Objective of MSA
  • Measurement Systems Variation
  • Measurement Error
  • Accuracy & Precision
  • Reference
  • Bias
  • Linearity
  • Stability
  • Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR&R) Studies
  • Application
The Trainers
The Achievements
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The Resources
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Salary Survey for CHA and other Quality Professionals

History of Quality

All about ISO 9000

APQP or Advanced Product Quality Planning

Measurement System Analysis

Courses delivery methods:

In-class

Online eLearning

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OCOT Advantages

100 %Instructor-Led Class
State-of-the-Art Facilities
Unlimited Lab Time
Labs Open 7-days a Week
Free Repeat
Free Job Placement
Financial Aid Possible
Resume Writing
Interview Skills


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