Probitas Certified AS9100:2016
40hr Lead Auditor Training

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Who Should Attend:

Anyone involved in planning, scheduling, and conducting AS9100 internal audits. Personnel leading their companies toward: AS9100 certification, Aerospace Quality Management System (AQMS) Management Representatives, Quality Managers, top management, quality, engineering, production, purchasing, or anyone desiring an in-depth understanding of AS9100. In addition, this course is the first part of the Aerospace Auditor Training Requirements for AS9100:2016 Third Party Auditing. Together with successful completion of the IAQG Sanctioned AATT 9100 Training; all training requirements are met to be a Third Party Aerospace Auditor. 

Course Objectives

  • Understand the purpose and role of the management system in ensuring effectiveness and customer satisfaction.
  • Explain the purpose and intent of ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100:2016.
  • Describe the need for auditors to keep current in AQMS standards, ISO 19011, ISO 17021-1, AS9104-1, and the audit process.
  • Describe the Quality Management Principles and how they relate to an AS9100 system.
  • Explain the intent of the AS9100 standard and each clause.
  • Describe the “documented information” requirements and the relationship between an organization’s documentation structure e.g., the quality manual, procedures, quality plans, policies and objectives.
  • Identify audit evidence needed in an effective AQMS.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of an AQMS in differing situations.
  • Understand the difference between “documented information” and “retained documented information”.
  • Describe the difference between legal compliance and conformity with the AS9100 standard.
  • Describe the differences between Civil Aviation Authority requirements, military and space agencies and how to include these requirements in audits.
  • Understand the IAQG standards and their relationships (AS9100:2016 and AS9101F)
  • Describe how an aerospace auditor is approved, certified and authenticated for the AQMS standards.
  • Describe and apply the process approach when auditing

Time:

Day 1: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Day 2: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Day 3: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Day 4: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Day 5: 7:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Agenda

Day One

  • Review of IAQG/AAQG/RMC, acronyms, definitions, ISO/AS documents
  • Review of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), NASA and DoD requirements. 
  • Activity I
  • Aerospace Supplier Approval and Flow Down Requirements
  • Sampling
  • Foreign Object Debris (FOD). 
  • Activity II

Day Two

  • Configuration Management, Design and Development, Aerospace Material Traceability and Material Accountability. 
  • Activity III
  • First Article Inspection (FAIs), Stamp Control and Control of Nonconforming Output. 
  • Activity IV
  • Monitoring and Measuring Equipment, Tool Control and Customer Supplied Property
  • Activity V

Day Three

  • Special Process
  • Activity VI
  • Variation Management of Key Characteristics
  • Activity VII
  • Writing Nonconformances
  • Activity VIII
  • Final Exam

Day Four

  • Activity: Organizational Audit Phase II
  • Activity: Organizational Audit Phase III
  • Activity: Organizational Audit Phase IV
  • Audit Findings, Nonconformance Generation and Audit Reporting
  • Activity: Completion of AS9101F Forms: NCRs, PEAR, Audit Report, and Closing Meeting

Day Five

  • Auditor Competence/Certification Requirements
  • Review & EXAM