EAC - APQP Advanced Product Quality Planning

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EAC - APQP Advanced Product Quality Planning

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Advanced Product Quality Planning, or APQP for short, creates a roadmap for developing new products complete with time-based milestones and decision points along the way. A major objective of APQP is to provide a vehicle for suppliers and customers to work together when developing a new product. This helps assure that the product is delivered on time and with the highest added-value. New Product Introductions (NPIs) have a greater success rate when the principles of the APQP approach are followed. APQP has five formal phases. Each phase is connected to and triggers the next. APQP is not a 'use what I like and ignore the rest' approach. It represents a continuum in which each phase builds upon the next.


TARGET AUDIENCE:

  • Management and employee team members from all aspects of the organisation who participate in the activities associated with Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) activities, i.e. manufacturing, engineering, sales, service, quality, etc.

  • IATF 16949 internal auditors or second party auditors

  • Anyone involved in product quality planning activities

  • Anyone involved in the implementation of IATF 16949

  • Anyone interested in learning more about APQP


TRAINING CONTENT:

  • The role of planning in the quest for quality

  • The importance of the APQP process and its benefits

  • Explaining the process of a timing plan.

  • Identifying the basic steps in launching the APQP process for new products and processes

  • Describing the five-phase approach to quality planning

  • Explaining the role of a multi-disciplinary team in the planning process

  • Explain how to track concern resolution and improvement

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