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NAA Training:- IATF16949, Failure Mode Effects Analysis [FMEA] – 1-Day, 17th October 2017

Start date: 17/10/2017
Length: 1 Day

Who should attend? This course is designed for Engineers, Management Representatives, IATF 16949 Implementation Teams, Internal Auditors and others who are involved in the implementation or auditing of FMEA.  Please note that validity of all such courses is typically 3 years. Therefore if you have not attended a course in the last 3 years, please consider how you are keeping up to date and if you should register for this course.

What are the objectives? Delegates will develop their competence in creating and analysing design and process FMEA’s and develop an understanding of the methods to implement Failure Mode and Effects Analysis within their organisation.  (To gain the most benefit from this course & workshop, it is recommended delegates bring along some of their own project files / information / questions. )

Topics covered

  • Goal of Standards, e.g. IATF 16949
  • Successful Implementation
  • Inputs; Measurement Tools; Data, e.g. ‘QOS’
  • FMEA process; Creation
  • When should you create an FMEA
  • Who should be involved?
  • Define Scope & Customers
  • Preparation; e.g. Block Diagram, Process Flow
  • DFMEA (Product Design)
  • PFMEA (Process Design)
  • FMEA Elements & Process;  (Form, ‘options’)
  • Continuous Improvement, Auditing,
  • Customer Specific Requirements

Cost:

  • Members of NAA – £310.00 + vat/delegate
  • Non-Members – £400.00 +vat/delegate

To be held at Partnership for Learning, South Road, Halewood, Liverpool Delivered by Systemsys

To register or receive further information on this course, please contact Zoe Desoer:  zoe@northernautoalliance.com

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