Topics: Quality, Safety & Maintenance
This course is verified by Probitas Authentication as meeting the AS9104/3A requirements for continuing Professional Development.
AS13100 stipulates requirements to establish an acceptable measurement system for use on aerospace engines parts and assemblies. Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) is used to evaluate and improve measurement systems in the workplace because it evaluates the test method, measuring instruments, and the process of acquiring measurements. The Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Strategy Group published RM13003 to define the minimum requirements and acceptance limits for conducting MSA for variable attribute assessment on characteristics as defined on the drawing specification.
This course will provide common requirements for applying appropriate measurements system analysis tools and the acceptance criteria to be applied, as well as a guidance on the efficiency of the application and mitigation strategies for non-capable measurement systems. This course begins with an MSA overview, a review of the requirements and considerations, and it will include case studies.
By attending this course, you will be able to:
This course is designed for quality professionals in the aerospace engine manufacturing sector who seek compliance with SAE’s AS13100 requirements and the expertise to conduct MSA for variable attribute assessments. The specific job roles that will benefit from this course include Quality Managers and Engineers, Supplier Quality Engineers and Managers, Quality Technicians, Quality Inspectors, Metrologists, and Calibration Technicians. Both new and experienced quality practitioners who lead, develop, implement, and/or review effectiveness of Measurement System Analysis (MSA) according to AS9100 Clause 126.96.36.199, AS13100 Clause 7.1.5 and RM13003 requirements should be trained in these powerful measurement system tools.
Participants should consider taking other courses in the SAE quality portfolio to support their competency with the AS13100 tools. These courses include:
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.
Peter Amsden or Dario Yamamoto
Peter Amsden is currently retired after 35 years in the corporate world. Beginning with General Motors in maintenance at the Ste. Therese Assembly Plant, Peter held positions of increasing responsibility within Operations and Quality until the Firebird & Camaro plant closure in 2002 as Director of Quality Assurance & Vehicle Assembly Engineering. He went on to perform the same duties at GM’s Linden, New Jersey Truck Plant and the Flint, Michigan Powertrain Transmission Complex before starting his own quality consulting firm in 2004. Lured back into manufacturing with Pratt & Whitney Canada as Quality Performance Manager, he was quickly promoted to Director of Supply Management Quality and went on to become the Quality Leader for United Technologies’ “One Company” effort to commonize processes and procedures amongst all its aerospace divisions. This role included supply chain rationalization and integration, and in 2012 Peter helped found the Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Strategy Group. From 2015 to 2018, he was the Secretary of the AESQ and remained active until his retirement in 2019 with several standards writing teams including AS13000, AS13001, AS13004, AS13006, and AS13100. Peter is an ASQ CQE and holds degrees of B.Sc. (Physics) and B.Eng. (Mechanical).
Dario Yamamoto has over 10 years experience in the Aerospace and Aviation Industries as a Plant, Engineering and Quality Manager in Aerospace Manufacturing and Aviation Companies. He also has 11 years experience in Education as Engineering Program Coordinator, University Professor and Certified Bombardier Aerospace Structural Assemblies Instructor. He is a Worldwide AS9100 Lead Aerospace Industry Experience Auditor and a SAE International Instructor for the courses: C1501 Common Training for DPRV Personnel, C1713 Implementation of an Internal Audit Program, C1877 Developing and Qualifying an Alternate Inspection Plan per AS13002, C1878 MSA Requirements for the Aero Engine Supply Chain per AS13003 and C1917 Requirements for APQP and PPAP per AS9145.
Following experiences with AS9110 Maintenance and AS9100 Manufacturing Aerospace Standards in companies such as Alpha Star Aviation Services (Saudi Arabia), Turborreactores ITR, Ketema Aerospace Mexico and the Aeronautical University in Queretaro (UNAQ), Dario started working as an Auditor conducting 3rd party audits according to the Aerospace Manufacturing Standard; AS9100, Consulting and Instruction while providing services of Gap Analysis; Internal & External Audits; Development and Implementation of Quality Management Systems according to AS9100, AS9110, OHSAS 18001, ISO9001; Development and Implementation of NADCAP Special and Manufacturing Processes; Process Mapping; Root Cause Analysis; 8 Ds and 5 Whys Problem Solution Techniques; Risk Assessment and Quality, Manufacturing, Auditing and Operation Staff Training and Certification.
Dario holds a B.S degree in Metallurgical Chemical Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), is an AS9100:2016 Rev. C Aerospace Industry experienced auditor certified by Probitas Authentication, and an ISO9001:2015 QMS Lead Auditor certified by Exemplar Global.