PPAP process training defines requirements for initial production approval (including production and bulk materials). The objective is to determine if all customer specifications and requirements are properly understood by the supplier. Also confirming that the process has the potential to produce product consistently and reliability to these requirements, under actual production run and rate conditions.
PPAP is often mandated by automotive, aerospace, and other engineering primary manufacturers as a specific requirement on their suppliers to give them assurance that the supplier understands the customer’s product specifications and that the supplier’s manufacturing process has the potential to produce good quality product at agreed quality levels and production rates.
Who Should Attend?
Recommended for IATF 16949 internal auditors or second-party auditors, anyone involved in the implementation of IATF 16949, and anyone involved in the development and PPAP submission of packages.
- Understand the requirements and timing impacts of PPAP process training
- Provide examples and lessons learned for use in the hands-on application needed for successful PPAP submission
- Understand the Core Tools (FMEA, SPC, MSA, APQP)
- Discuss and evaluate the procedures, reporting requirements and activities specified by the PPAP manual
- Overview and vital general information of the PPAP process
- Customer notification and submission requirements
- Submission levels of evidence
- Submission status
- Record retention requirements
- PPAP document requirements
- Discuss where and how the PPAP submissions can be incorporated into the APQP
- Review the following core tools:
- Design FMEA
- Process FMEA
- MSA (Measurement Systems Analysis)
- Statistics of process capability and process capability index
- Flow Diagram
- Control Plan
- Review and discuss the PPAP forms
- Explain submission and specific requirements for part approval records/sample retention
A combination lecture and classroom exercises
Available at QSG’s training facilities and on-site at your organization