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International Shoppers, AIAG has established a global network of Certified Publication Distributors. You can now order publications direct from our Certified Distributors in most countries to save on freight and duty charges.

Russian Publication Listing

  • Advanced Product Quality Planning and Control Plan

    Product Code: APQP

    The benefits of the APQP or Control Plan would be a reduction in the complexity of products quality planning for the customers and organizations, and a means for organizations to easily communicate product quality planning requirements to suppliers.

  • Measurement Systems Analysis

    Product Code: MSA-4

    Measurement data is used in nearly every manufacturing process. As the quality of the data improves, the quality of decisions improves. This guide will help you assess the quality of your measurement systems, providing a basis for recognizing where improvements can be made. The result is knowledge that can be used to improve your measurement process, in turn improving repeatable product quality.

  • Potential Failure Mode & Effects Analysis

    Product Code: FMEA-4

    In order to achieve the greatest quality in manufacturing, potential failures must be identified before they occur. As an industry-wide standard, this reference manual clarifies questions concerning the technical development of both Design and Process FMEAs.

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Training Course Listing

  • Core Tools Self-Assessment

    Online Training

    ISO/TS 16949 requires that "personnel performing work affecting conformity to product requirements shall be competent on the basis of appropriate education, training, skills and experience." Organizations use many sources for quality training today. Is your team ready? How do you know? AIAG has developed a free online survey to test basic competency in the automotive quality Core Tools, e.g. APQP/PPAP, FMEA, MSA and SPC, which you can use to baseline your organization's and/or your suppliers' competency. The questions reflect information that everyone in automotive quality today should know and was developed with the required knowledge for third-party ISO/TS 16949 auditors as an input. Results can be used 1) to verify the effectiveness of your quality Core Tools training, 2) for supplier development, e.g. Tier 2, and 3) to develop individual or group improvement plans. This is not a certification program.

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    Date: Online (Anytime)


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  • Understanding and Implementing APQP with PPAP

    Classroom Training

    Learn the skills needed to implement the APQP process, develop control plans and complete the Production Part Approval Process smoothly, efficiently and effectively within your company. Additionally, acquire the skills necessary to complete all five APQP phases from "voice of the customer" through final output, including control plan methodology and PPAP submission.

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    Date: 6/15/2017 to 6/16/2017


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  • Understanding and Implementing FMEA

    Classroom Training

    Establish the foundation to void Murphy's Law; things that could go wrong don't have to when you learn to use FMEAs successfully. This course will teach you the skills to understand and use FMEAs and the concept of risk reduction and defect prevention. Turn your quality control around when you discover the impact of failure and how you can reduce the risk with FMEAs. Then, take your skills and knowledge beyond the concepts by learning the specifics of successfully developing and maintaining design and process FMEAs for your company, which includes identifying and reducing risk factors.

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    Date: 6/13/2017 to 6/14/2017


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Established in 1982, AIAG is a not-for-profit association where professionals from a diverse group of stakeholders - including retailers, suppliers of all sizes, automakers, manufacturers, service providers, academia and government - work collaboratiely to streamline industry processes via global standards development & harmonized business practices.