Home  IATF 16949  IATF 16949: Transitioning from ISO/TS 16949:2009 (single student)
IATF 16949: Transitioning from ISO/TS 16949:2009 (single student)
Instructor: Brandon Kerkstra
Released: 10-31-2016
Price: Free for students of IATF 16949 Package (1-5 Employees), IATF 16949 Package (1-10 Employees)
Certificate: Must complete all lessons
Table of Contents
This course is FREE for students of the following courses:
IATF 16949 Package (1-5 Employees), IATF 16949 Package (1-10 Employees)
Are you a student of any of these course(s)?  
Not a student?  
Viewed
IATF 16949 Transition Course
001 - Opening
   

002 - For Web Training
   

003 - Thoughts for us to consider…
   

004 - Presentation information
   

005 - Section 4.3.1: Determining the scope of the quality management system – supplemental
   

006 - Section 4.3.2: Customer-specific requirements
   

007 - Section 4.4.1.1: Conformance of products and processes
   

008 - Section 4.4.1.2: Product Safety
   

009 - Section 4.4.1.2: Product Safety
   

010 - Section 5.1.1.1: Corporate Responsibility
   

011 - Section 5.1.1.2: Process effectiveness & efficiency
   

012 Section 5.1.1.3: Process Owners
   

013 - Section 5.3.1: Organizational roles, responsibilities, & authorities – supplemental
   

014 - Section 5.3.2: Responsibility and authority for product requirements and corrective actions
   

015 - Section 6.1.2.1: Risk Analysis
   

016 - Section 6.1.2.2: Preventive action
   

017 - Section 6.1.2.3: Contingency Plans
   

018 - Section 6.2.2.1: Quality objectives and planning to achieve them – supplemental
   

019 - Section 7.1.3.1: Plant, facility, and equipment planning
   

020 - Section 7.1.5.1.1: Measurement system analysis
   

021 - Section 7.1.5.2.1: Calibration/verification records
   

022 - Section 7.1.5.2.1: Calibration/verification records
   

023 - Section 7.1.5.3.2: External laboratory
   

024 - Section 7.2.1: Competence – supplemental
   

025 - Section 7.2.2: Competence – on-the-job training
   

026 - Section 7.2.3: Internal auditor competency
   

027 - Section 7.2.3: Internal auditor competency
   

028 - Section 7.2.4: Second-party auditor competency
   

029 - Section 7.3.1: Awareness – supplemental
   

030 - Section 7.3.2: Employee motivation and empowerment
   

031 - Section 7.5.1.1: Quality management system documentation
   

032 - Section 7.5.3.2.1: Record retention
   

033 - Section 7.5.3.2.2: Engineering specifications
   

034 - Section 8.1.1: Operational planning and control — supplemental
   

035 - Section 8.2.1.1: Customer communication — supplemental
   

036 - Section 8.2.2.1: Determining the requirements for products and services – supplemental
   

037 - Section 8.2.3.1.1: Review of the requirements for products and services — supplemental
   

038 - Section 8.2.3.1.3: Organization manufacturing feasibility
   

039 - Section 8.3.1.1: Design and development of products and services – supplemental
   

040 - Section 8.3.2.1: Design and development planning – supplemental
   

041 - Section 8.3.2.3: Development of products with embedded software
   

042 - Section 8.3.3.1: Product design input
   

043 - Section 8.3.3.2: Manufacturing process design input
   

044 - Section 8.3.3.3: Special characteristics
   

045 - Section 8.3.4.1: Monitoring
   

046 - Section 8.3.4.2: Design and development validation
   

047 - Section 8.3.4.3: Prototype program
   

048 - Section 8.3.4.4: Product approval process
   

049 - Section 8.3.5.1: Design and development outputs – supplemental (Outputs as applicable)
   

050 - Section 8.3.5.2: Manufacturing process design output
   

051 - Section 8.3.5.2: Manufacturing process design output
   

052 - Section 8.3.6.1: Design and development changes – supplemental
   

053 - Section 8.4.1.1: General - supplemental (under Control of externally provided processes, products and services)
   

054 - Section 8.4.1.2: Supplier selection process
   

055 - Section 8.4.1.3: Customer-directed sources (also known as “Directed–Buy”)
   

056 - Section 8.4.2.1: Type and extent of control – supplemental
   

057 - Section 8.4.2.2: Statutory and regulatory requirements
   

058 - Section 8.4.2.3: Supplier quality management system development
   

059 - Section 8.4.2.3.1: Automotive product-related software / automotive products with embedded SW
   

060 - Section 8.4.2.4: Supplier monitoring
   

061 - Section 8.4.2.4: Supplier monitoring
   

062 - Section 8.4.2.4.1: Second-party audits
   

063 - Section 8.4.2.5: Supplier development
   

064 - Section 8.4.3.1: Information for external providers – supplemental
   

065 - Section 8.5.1.1: Control plan
   

066 - Section 8.5.1.1: Control plan (continued)
   

067 - Section 8.5.1.1: Control plan (continued)
   

068 - Section 8.5.1.2: Standardized work – operator instructions and visual standards
   

069 - Section 8.5.1.3: Verification of job set-ups
   

070 - Section 8.5.1.4: Verification after shutdown
   

071 - Section 8.5.1.5: Total productive maintenance
   

072 - Section 8.5.1.6: Management of prod. tooling and mfg., test, inspection tooling and equipment
   

073 - Section 8.5.1.6: Management of prod. tooling and mfg., test, inspection tooling and equipment
   

074 - Section 8.5.1.7: Production scheduling
   

075 - Section 8.5.2.1: Identification and traceability — supplemental
   

076 - Section 8.5.2.1: Identification and traceability — supplemental
   

077 - Section 8.5.4.1: Preservation – supplemental
   

078 - Section 8.5.4.1: Preservation – supplemental
   

079 - Section 8.5.5.1: Feedback of information from service
   

080 - Section 8.5.5.2: Service agreement with customer
   

081 - Section 8.5.6.1: Control of changes – supplemental
   

082 - Section 8.5.6.1: Control of changes – supplemental
   

083 - Section 8.5.6.1.1: Temporary change of process controls
   

084 - Section 8.5.6.1.1: Temporary change of process controls (Continued)
   

085 - Section 8.6.1: Release of products and services — supplemental
   

086 - Section 8.6.2: Layout inspection and functional testing
   

087 - Section 8.6.3: Appearance items
   

088 - Section 8.6.4: Verification & acceptance of conformity of externally provided products & services
   

089 - Section 8.6.5: Statutory and regulatory conformity
   

090 - Section 8.7.1.1: Customer authorization for concession
   

091 - Section 8.7.1.2: Control of nonconforming product – customer specified process
   

092 - Section 8.7.1.3: Control of suspect product
   

093 - Section 8.7.1.4: Control of reworked product
   

094 - Section 8.7.1.5: Control of repaired product
   

095 - Section 8.7.1.6: Customer notification
   

096 - Section 8.7.1.7: Nonconforming product disposition
   

097 - Section 9.1.1.1: Monitoring and measurement of manufacturing processes
   

098 - Section 9.1.1.1: Monitoring and measurement of manufacturing processes
   

099 - Section 9.1.1.2: Identification of statistical tools
   

100 - Section 9.1.1.3: Application of statistical concepts
   

101 - Section 9.1.2.1: Customer satisfaction – supplemental
   

102 - Section 9.1.3.1: Prioritization
   

103 - Section 9.2.2.1: Internal audit program
   

104 - Section 9.2.2.2: Quality management system audit
   

105 - Section 9.2.2.3: Manufacturing process audit
   

106 - Section 9.2.2.4: Product audit
   

107 - Section 9.3.1.1: Management review – supplemental
   

108 - Section 9.3.2.1: Management review inputs – supplemental
   

109 - Section 9.3.3.1: Management review outputs – supplemental
   

110 - Section 10.2.3: Problem solving
   

111 - Section 10.2.4: Error-proofing
   

112 - Section 10.2.5: Warranty management systems
   

113 - Section 10.2.6: Customer complaints and field failure test analysis
   

114 - Section 10.3.1: Continual improvement – supplemental
   

115 - Thoughts for us to consider…
   

116 - Closing Remarks
   

This course is FREE for students of the following courses:
IATF 16949 Package (1-5 Employees), IATF 16949 Package (1-10 Employees)
Are you a student of any of these course(s)?  
Not a student?  
Description
IATF-16949-2016-transition-tabletThis 1.5 hour course provides an excellent overview of the new IATF 16949 standard.  It compares the 2009 release to the 2016 release and provides useful information on transitioning from your current QMS to the IATF 16949:2016 version of the standard. 

Intended Audience:

You are in the automotive industry's supply chain and a stakeholder in you Quality Management System.  This course is intended for:
  • Companies that have a current ISO/TS 16949 QMS in place
  • New to IATF 16949: Companies looking into a first time certification
  • Executive Staff involved in your QMS
  • Quality Managers
  • Internal Auditors
  • QMS Project Manager
Overview:

This course covers all clauses of the new IATF 16949:2016.  The instructor compares the new 2016 to the old 2009 standard.
  • Overview of the New Standard
  • PDCA Cycle
  • The Context of the Organization
  • Organization Knowledge
  • Leadership & Commitment
  • Risk & Opportunities (Risk Based Thinking)
  • Quality Objectives & Planning
  • Monitoring & Measurement
  • Operational Planning & Control
  • Design & Development
  • Non-Conformance
  • Internal Audit
  • Management Review
  • Continual Improvement
  • Documented Information
A short quiz is given at the conclusion of the review of the standard and the auditing portion of the course.  Upon completing the course and taking the quiz, you will receive a certificate of completion.
Price
1 Year: $ 1195
Instructor
Brandon Kerkstra
Brandon Kerkstra has worked with hundreds of companies in a wide range of industries during the past 14 years as president of MSG. In addition to building the successful business, Brandon has facilitated the implementation of ISO 17025, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 13485, APQP, CMMI, & SPICE (ISO 15504).  Brandon has also trained on Project Management, Time Management and Lean Concepts, and more recently implemented and trained on AS 9100 and AS 9115 as well as DO178B requirements.

Before launching MSG, Brandon Kerkstra was responsible for business development at the North American division of the British Standards Institution Inc., the world's largest registrar of quality management systems, and for technical business development at Entela, Inc., the world’s leading automotive and manufacturing registrar.  Kerkstra also held positions as a lead trainer for both organizations.

With extensive experience in product testing, inspection, and quality, Kerkstra is familiar with a wide range of ISO 9000, ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 14000 management systems assessments for the military, nuclear, aerospace, and automotive industries.

Kerkstra has appeared as a keynote and motivational speaker at professional and international conferences and on national television about the benefits and technical aspects of management system registration to international standards. As a paid speaker, he has addressed Siemens VDO and the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards on the subject of international standards in registration.

Brandon holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Michigan Technological University as well as numerous technical certifications.

Courses by this instructor

Name Level Release Date
ISO 9001:2015 Transition Overview 10-14-2015
ISO 14001:2015 Overview & Transition 11-30-2015
Effective Corrective Actions 12-14-2015
ISO 14001:2015 Internal Auditor Training 02-13-2016
ISO 19011 Auditing Management System 03-05-2016
ISO 9001 2015 Internal Auditor Training 03-21-2016
Risk Requirements in ISO 9001 2015 12-14-2015
IATF 16949: Transitioning from ISO/TS 16949:2009 (single student) 10-31-2016
AS9100 D 05-06-2017
ISO 13485:2016 Overview & Transition, Internal Auditor Issues 05-11-2017
Automotive Core Tools (with Internal Auditor Information) 06-25-2017