AS9100C Training
AS9100C Training
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Course Description:

This class will consist of a 2 day instructor led with direct discussions concerning the requirements of the AS9100C standard including and not limited to:. 
Ø  Understand the changes from AS9100B to AS9100C:
Ø  Clause-based auditing versus process based auditing;
Ø  Risk and scale of activities required by the quality management system;
Ø  Information required to be supplied to the registrar Requirements: 
The requirements to attend and participate in this class include:Internal Auditors:
Ø  As a minimum, the attendee must have sufficient prior knowledge and experience in the aerospace industry including prior auditing skills and be able to discuss customer, organization and AS9100 requirements and documentation requirements.
Ø  Copy of the AS9100C and AS9101D standards.


There will be written exam to measure the effectiveness of the training material and evaluate the students comprehension of subject material.  
Phase One


Welcome, Introductions and Orientation


Changes from AS9100B to AS9100C

- New requirements and changes from the old requirements are understood- Why the changes- New requirements and what they mean for your organization- How to meet the new requirements can be met- What can be expected from the certification body auditors
Phase Two
Sections 1, 2 and 3 of the AS9100C Standard
Phase Three

Process Auditing

·         The definition of, "Process"
·         Understanding the process focus
·         Defining the processes
·         Understanding processes versus activities
·         Explain what certification body auditors will expect
Phase Four

Sections 4, 5 and 6 of the standard

 Auditing of Quality Policy, Quality Objectives and Management Review
  • Interaction of the Quality Objects with the clauses of the standard
  • Management commitment, related to objectives and targets
  • Determining processes; determining, setting and communicating policies and objectives, monitoring, measuring, reporting and reviewing against key performance objectives.
  • Comparison of previous audits to present audit activity.

Phase Five
Risk Management
·         Defining risk management
·         Differences between AS9100B Section 7.2.2 Risk Management and the AS9100C
·         Risk management approaches for different sized companies
·         Risk management tools including how and when to use them
·         What registrar auditors may require.
Configuration Management
·         Defining configuration management
·         Requirements explanation for a configuration management system mandated by contract with large OEM.
·         Small company difference in minimal circumstances
·         Accomplishing configuration management in large and small companies
·         Document control, identification and traceability in configuration management
·         What registrar auditors may require. 
Project Management
·         Project management - Large and Small Organizations

·         Project Management Auditing

·         What registrar auditors may require.



Phase 6

Section 8

Customer Satisfaction and Analysis of Data

·         Customer Satisfaction and Analysis of data are used within the new Standard.

·         Corrective Actions

·         Preventive Actions

·         Continual Improvement and interrelated processes.

Phase 7
Administration of Nonconformities
·         Concept of process nonconformities
·         Examples of process written nonconformities
·         Containment and answer timelines
·         Why a registrar auditor annotates NCR’s written under Section 4.1 (c) and (f)
·         What registrar auditors may require.
Phase 8

Class Projects

Writing NCR’s and responding to NCR’s

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