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AS9145: Requirements for Advanced Product Quality Planning and Production Part Approval C1917


Production and continual improvement of safe and reliable products is key in the aviation, space and defense industries. Customer and regulatory requirements must not only be met, but they are typically expected to exceeded requirements. Due to globalization, the supply chain of this industry has been expanded to countries which were not part of it in the past and has complicated the achievement of requirements compliance and customer satisfaction. The IAQG has established and deployed the AS9145 Standard, as a step to help achieve these objectives. The hope is to also reduce costs worldwide by enforcing these activities through the regional representatives: Americas (AAQG), Europe (EAQG) and Asia/Pacific (APAQG).

AS9145 standardizes the requirements for the Product Development Process (PDP) through the use of APQP and PPAP methodologies. The establishment of common requirements, for use at all levels of the supply chain, should result in the elimination or reduction of organizational unique requirements, and the resulting variation inherent in the multiple expectations placed upon suppliers in the past.


Learning Objectives
By attending this seminar, you will be able to identify and explain:
  • APQP and PPAP terminology
  • APQP general requirements
  • APQP project management
  • APQP phases (1 to 5) requirements
  • PPAP process requirements
  • PPAP file and submission
  • PPAP disposition, submission, recording and resubmission

Who Should Attend

This seminar is designed for aerospace industry roles such as: Quality Managers, Quality Engineers, Plant Managers, Compliance Officers, Manufacturing Managers, Manufacturing Engineers, Production Managers, and Production Engineers, etc.



DAY ONE
  • Agenda & Introductions
  • Introduction
  • Scope and purpose
  • APQP Planning Requirements
    • General requirements
    • Project management
    • Phase 1 requirements, activities, deliverables and outputs – Planning
      • Inputs
      • Requirements
      • Business plan, marketing, benchmark, assumptions and reliability studies
      • Design and quality goals
      • Preliminary items (CIs, KCs, BOM, process flow diagram, sourcing plan)
      • Review of SOW
      • Project plan
      • Management support
    • Phase 2 requirements, activities, deliverables and outputs – Product design and development
      • Design risk analysis
      • Design records, BOM, DFMEA, DMRO
      • Design for manufacturability and assembly
      • Special requirements (CIs, product KCs, packaging, tooling, equipment, gages/testing equipment, and facilities)
      • Preliminary risk analysis of sourcing plan
      • Design review report
      • Product build plan
      • Drawings and specifications (Engineering, material, changes)
      • Design verification and validation plans
      • Feasibility assessment
    • Phase 3 requirements, activities, deliverables and outputs – Process design and development
      • Process flow diagram
      • Plan layout
      • Production preparation plan
      • PFMEA
      • Process KCs
      • Control plan
      • Capacity assessment
      • Process documentation
      • MSA plan
      • Supply chain risk management plan
      • Material handling, packaging, labelling, and part marking approvals
      • PRR results
DAY TWO
    • Phase 4 requirements, activities, deliverables and outputs – Product and process validation
      • Production process runs
      • MSA
      • Process capability studies
      • Control plan
      • Capacity verification
      • Packaging evaluation
      • Product validation results
      • FAI
      • PPAP file and approval form
      • Customer specific requirements
    • Phase 5 requirements, activities, deliverables and outputs – On-going production, use, and post-delivery service
      • Measuring performance
      • MRO KPIs and plans to reach the established targets
      • Continual improvement actions (reduced variation, improved customer satisfaction, improved delivery and service)
      • Lessons learned
  • PPAP Process
    • Submission of PPAP
    • Process requirements (production run)
    • PPAP requirements
      • Design record
      • Change documents and customer approvals
      • DFMEA, process flow diagram, PFMEA
      • Control plan
      • MSA and dimensional results
      • Records of material/performance test results
      • Process studies and AAR
      • Sample production parts, master sample and checking aids
      • Customer-specific requirements
      • Part submission warrant
DAY THREE
    • Submission requirements
      • Customer notification
      • Submission to customer
    • Submission to customer
    • Part submission status
    • Record retention
    • Process disposition
    • Process resubmission
    • PPAP approval form
Dario Yamamoto

Dario 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. 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. He is a Worldwide AS9100 Lead Aerospace Industry Experience Auditor and a SAE International Instructor for the courses: C#1501 Common training for DPRV personnel, C#1713 Implementation of an internal audit program, C#1877 Developing and qualifying an alternate inspection plan per AS13002, C#1878 MSA requirements for the aero engine supply chain per AS13003 and C#XXX Requirements for APQP and PPAP per AS9145. Conducting 3rd party audits according to the Aerospace Manufacturing Standard AS9100 and teaching Internal Auditor and Lead Auditor Courses. 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, Consultant and Instructor 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.

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Fees: $1745.00
SAE Members: $1396.00 - $1571.00

2.0 CEUs
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.

To register, click the Register button above or contact SAE Customer Service 1-877-606-7323 (724-776-4970 outside the U.S. and Canada) or at CustomerService@sae.org.

Duration: 3 Days
April 30-May 2, 2019 (8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) - San Antonio, Texas
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