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Using the process approach and the respective customer-specific requirements, this seminar covers the basics for VDA 6.3 process auditors. For immaterial processes (services), please note our special seminar offer, “VDA 6.3 – Process Auditor Qualification for Services” (ID316). The introduction to the basics of process auditing includes general requirements, methods, principles, assessment scheme, and risk analysis.
Furthermore, the underlying questionnaire is explained according to the assigned process elements, so that the respective risks and potentials along the supply chain may be identified throughout the process audit. The following highlights are covered here and explained through use of practical examples.
Following approval of the submitted application, participants become eligible to take the VDA 6.3 process auditor exam. This approval is determined based on the fulfillment of the prerequisites listed below. Please submit your application a minimum of 2 weeks before the start of the seminar to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This training course is designed for participants who want to achieve their qualification as certified VDA 6.3 process auditor in as short a time as possible.
We offer you the chance to acquire the necessary knowledge and take the exam within 5 days in the pleasant atmosphere of the training hotel.
Please submit the application a minimum of 2 weeks before the start of the seminar to email@example.com!
This upgrade course covers the changes in VDA 6.3 (2016 edition) pertaining to the questionnaire updates, as well as changes to the assessment and potential analysis, and other adjustments.
This three-day training course covers the basics for VDA 6.3 process auditors for services, with regard to the process approach and respective customer requirements. These include general requirements, methods, principles, risk analysis, and the assessment scheme. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to use the process audit to identify risks and the respective potentials along the value-added chain.
his training offers the opportunity for participants to strengthen their process auditing competence, to exchange experiences from daily auditing practice with other auditors and to further develop their practical knowledge. All the contents of the upgrade training are integrated into this course, so that previous experience can be reflected based on the current red volume (2016).
After successful VDA 6.3 process auditor qualification, continual further development of auditing competence should not be neglected. Again and again, situations arise during audits that lead to uncertainties in the appropriate assessment of requirements. In this course, participants have the opportunity to discuss such situations from auditing practice with the other participants and an expert, to determine the appropriateness and application of requirements and assessments. This will provide increased confidence in applying process audits, as well as motivation for further personal development.
In the automotive and automotive supply industry, product safety and product liability have always been crucial topics. Throughout the world, countries have laid this down in national and international laws which have been adopted as contractually agreed, specific requirements of the automotive industry. These apply both to the OEM directly, and the whole supply chain (described e.g. in the “Formel Q” by the VW group). Here, suppliers are required to appoint and employ a product safety representative.
The technical cleanliness of components and assemblies is an important functional quality characteristic in the manufacture of modern vehicles. The VDA Vol. 19.1 “Inspection of Technical Cleanliness – Particulate Contamination of Functionally Relevant Automotive Components” covers the approaches and procedures for the classification of the state of cleanliness of products within the automotive industry’s quality chain in detail. VDA QMC first introduced VDA Vol. 19.1 (previously VDA 19) in 2005, and the completely revised and extended version is available since 2015.
A specially in-house training balancing with VDA QMC outside the labor. The training could be also realised in cooperation with a accredited TecSa partner labor.
Increased customer expectations, safety requirements, statutory requirements as well as the increased use of electronic components and software lead to more complex products. End customer expectations can no longer only be determined in specifications. Automotive manufacturers and the supplier industry must identify these product characteristics independently and transfer them into the products. This focus must also be taken into account when conducting product audits. Meanwhile, product quality is assured by consistent implementation of preventive quality planning methods. For this reason, product audits have the task of not only assuring quality but also providing evidence. Within the process chain, product audits are expected to highlight the quality level of the internally / externally manufactured products.