VDA + AIAG - Harmonized FMEA Basic Training
REFERENCE
ID442
PROVIDER
VDA QMC
HOST
ENCONA North America
LOCATION
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

COURSE DURATION:

16 hours

over

2 full days

COURSE SCHEDULE:

Start:

End:

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IN YOUR DEVICE TIME ZONE

daily (weekdays only)

COURSE AVAILABILITY:

Seats Left:

12

/

12

TRAINER:

TBA

COURSE DELEGATE LOCATION:

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COURSE FEE (EXCLUDING VAT/TAXES):

USD

1190

ABOUT THE COURSE

BACKGROUND & TOPICS:

Suppliers delivering their product to European and North Ame­rican manufacturers (OEM) are obliged to evaluate the FMEA, based on the VDA and AIAG FMEA manuals. Occasionally, this has led to an increase in the complexity of product development and improvement for suppliers. Joint requirements and expec­tations for FMEA now enable suppliers to design a coherent process for FMEA that meets the needs and expectations of their respective customers.


TARGET AUDIENCE:

Beginners and prospective users of this method from product and process development, testing, logistics, manufacturing, inspection planning, maintenance and quality.


OBJECTIVES:

The objective of this workshop is to teach the basics of FMEA and to give practical tips for application.


CONCEPT & METHODS:

Before the workshop, an online quiz, for which some excerpts from the FMEA manual are provided, determines the partici­pants' level of knowledge. Then follows the classroom workshop with integrated individual tasks and group exercises, supported by the instructor's special expertise. Eight weeks later, there is a final webinar in which the participants communicate with each other, exchange experiences and can ask questions.


PREREQUISITES FOR ATTENDANCE:

There are no prerequisites for attending this training.


CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION:

After passing the test, the participants will receive a certificate of qualification.


SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS:

AIAG & VDA FMEA manual

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