AS9100D lead auditor training

AS9100D Exemplar Global Certified Lead Auditor Class

Course Description
Based on the current Aviation, Space and Defense requirements of AS9100D, this course engages participants in an in-depth review of the AS9100D standard and the tools to effectively conduct first, second, and third-party party audits to AS9100D. Through simulation case study activities, participants will apply and audit the requirements of AS9100D using auditing techniques as referenced by ISO 19011:2018 and AS9101F.

Upon completion of the AS9100D Lead Auditor training, participants will leave with an understanding of how to avoid, analyze and prevent future nonconformities. As well, leave with the knowledge of how to organize documentation according to AS9100D to demonstrate effective planning, operation, and control of processes.

NOTE: Individuals desiring to perform third-party audits for a Certification Body will also need to successfully complete the 4-day IAQG-Sanctioned 9100 Aerospace Auditor Transition Training (AATT) course.

Who Should Attend
This AS9100D Lead Auditor training training program is designed for quality professionals in the Aviation, Space and Defense industries who are:

  • Individuals with the need to audit an organization’s AS9100D QMS
  • AS9100D supplier auditors and audit team leaders
  • Representatives from key functional groups involved in an organization’s AS9100D quality management system

Learning Objectives
Through training, participants will learn to:

  • Explain the intent and requirement of each clause of AS9100:2016
  • Identify the audit evidence needed to demonstrate conformity to the requirements of AS9100:2016
  • Describe the requirements of the current revision of ISO 19011 as applicable to the audit process
  • Describe the function of first-, second-, and third-party audits, the similarities and differences, and the varying roles and responsibilities of the auditor, the auditee and the client of the audit client in each of these activities
  • Perform all aspects of an audit of a process in accordance with ISO 19011, including audit planning, document review, use of checklists, opening and closing meetings, sampling, note-taking, objective evidence, audit team meetings, classification of nonconformities, communication and documentation of nonconformities and observations, audit reporting, and record keeping
  • Describe the aerospace auditor’s personal qualifications and conduct, including personal attributes, audit management capabilities, and interviewing techniques
  • Describe the roles and responsibilities of the auditor and the auditee at all stages of the corrective action process
  • Describe and undertake the roles and responsibilities of an auditor and of an audit team leader
  • Explain the terminology of ISO 9000:2015, as employed by the ISO 9000 series standards, and AS9100:2016
  • Describe how to establish an audit path or trail and when to deviate
  • Determine an audit schedule based upon past audit experience and degree of importance based upon the type of business
  • Describe the documentation required by AS9100:2016 and the interrelationships between the quality manual, procedures, quality planning, policy, and objectives
  • Demonstrate the proper use of the applicable checklists and scoring methods

Course Outline
Day One

  • Terminology and Definitions
  • Activity #1 Definitions
  • Background History and Rationale of Quality Management
  • Introduction to the family of documents of the contents of AS9100:2016
  • Activity #2 Using the standard as the basis for an audit

Day Two

  • The Process Approach
  • Analyzing Audit Findings
  • Activity #3 Audit to AS9100:2016
  • Control and Administration of AS9100 Audit Programs
  • QMS Auditor Qualifications
  • Roles and Responsibility of Auditors
  • Activity #4 Evaluation of Procedures and Documents
  • The Audit Checklist
  • Activity #5 Writing Good Checklist Questions

Day Three

  • Activity #6 Preparation for an Audit
  • Activity #7 Conducting an Audit
  • Activity #8 Compiling Audit Findings
  • Documentation in the Quality System
  • Activity #9 Reasons to Document
  • Planning and Conducting Audits
  • Activity #10 Applicability of the Clauses
  • Activity #11 Audit Demonstrations and Critique

Day Four

  • Completing the Audit Cycle
  • Activity #12 Preparing for Audit #2
  • Discussion – Keys to Audit Success
  • Activity #13 Conducting Audit #2
  • Activity #14 Summarizing Audit Findings
  • Elements of an Audit Report
  • Activity #15 Preparation for a Closing Meeting
  • Activity #16 The Closing Meeting – and class discussion

Day Five

  • Review and Exam

Course Format
40 hours
Combination lecture and classroom exercises
Available at QSG’s training facilities, on-site at your organization, and virtually

9:30am-8:30pm (EST) Mon–Thu
9:30am-1:00pm (EST) Fri

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