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Automotive Core Tools (with Internal Auditor Information)
Instructor: Brandon Kerkstra
Released: 06-25-2017
Price: $ 150
Certificate: Must complete all lessons
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Welcome to the Automotive Core Tools Course
S001 Introduction

S002 - SPC

S003 - Maintaining the Current State

S004 - Statistical PROCESS CONTROL

S005 - Control Chart

S006 - Components of a Control Chart

S007 - Average and Moving Range Control Chart

S008 - Variable Charts

S009 - Signal “Out of Control”

S010 - Statistical Thinking for Process Control

S011 - VOC and VOP Combined

S013 - Data Paterns

S014 - Attribute Charts

S015 - Example of Attribute Chart

S016 - Attribute Charts

S017 - Attribute Charts

S018 - Review

S019 - Review

S020 - Out of Control Conditions

S021 - Attribute Charts

S022 - Variation

S023 - Words of Wisdom

S024 - Words of Wisdom

S025 - APQP

S026(5) - Product Quality Planning

S026.0 - No Evidence of or Poor Use of Teams

S027 - Training of the Team

S028 - Obstacles for APQP

S029 - Five Phases of APQP

S030 - Five Phases of APQP

S031 - Inputs & Outputs

S032 - Plan & Define

S033 - Inputs

S034 - Outputs

S035 - 2.0 Product Design & Development

S036 - 2.0 Outputs

S037 - 2.0 Outputs

S038 - Process Design & Development

S039 - Outputs

S040 - 3.0 Outputs

S041 - FMEAs

S042 - Failure Mode & Effects Analysis

S043 - Risk Assessment - A Daily Decision

S044 - Quality Assurance Document Rollout

S045 - Document of Learning

S046 - FMEA Definition

S047 - Evauating Risk 1-10 Scale

S048 - Guide for Prioritizing Actions

S049 - When is the PFMEA

S050 - When is the PFMEA Required?

S051 - FMEA Assumptions

S052 - PFMEA Inputs

S053 - Classification Column

S054 - Potential Clause(s) of Failure

S055 - Current ProcessControls

S056 - Potential Cause of Failure

S057 - Occurrence (0)

S058 - Current Process Controls

S059 - Recommended Action(s)

S060 - Recommended Action(s)

S061 - Recommended Action(s)

S062 - Actions Taken

S063 - Resulting RPN

S064 - Auditing FMEAs

S065 - Common FMEA Audit Non-Conformities

S066 - Common FMEA Audit Non-Conformities

S067 - Common FMEA Audit Non-Conformities

S068 - APQP Product & Process Validation

S069 - 4.0 Outputs

S070 - Feedback, Assessment & Corrective Action

S071 - 5.0 Outputs

S072 - Control Plans

S073 - 6.0 Purpose of Control Plans

S074 - Control Plan

S075 - Purpose of Control Plans

S076 - Control Plans

S077 - Inputs for control Plans

S078 - 6.0 Types of Control Plans

S079 - 6.0 Types of Control Plans

S080 - Product Quality Planning Fundamentals

S081 - Product Quality Planning Fundamentals

S082 - Product Quality Planning Fundamentals

S083 - Special Characteristics

S084 - Product & Process Specification & Tolerance

S085 - Evaluation & Measurement Technique

S086 - Sample Size & Frequency

S087 - Styles of Control Plans

S088 - Equipment: Set-Up Dominant

S089 - Equipment: Machine Dominant

S090 - Equipment: Fixture or Pallet

S091 - Equipment: Tooling Dominant

S092 - People: Operator Dominant

S093 - Material: Material/Component Dominant

S094 - Material: Maintenance Dominant

S095 - Environment: Climate Dominant

S096 - Control Plan Tips

S097 - Common Control Plan Non-Conformities

S098 - Common Control Plan Non-Conformities

S099 - Operator Instructions

S100 - Operator Instructions

S101 - Operator Instructions

S102 - Operator Instructions

S103 - Common APQP Non-Conformities

S104 - Common APQP Non-Conformities

S105 - Common APQP Non-Conformities

S106 - Common APQP Non-Conformities

S107 - Measurement System Analysis

S108 - Measurement System Analysis

S109 - Measurement System Properties

S110 - Definitions

S111 - Definitions

S112 - Definitions

S113 - Definitions

S114 - MSA

S115 - Acceptable MSAs Variable Data

S116 - Acceptable MSAs Variable Data

S117 - Acceptable MSAs Attribute Data

S118 - Acceptable MSAs Attribute Data

S119 - MSA Fundamental Issues

S120 - MSA Fundamental Issues

S121 - MSA Fundamental Issues

S122 - MSA Fundamental Issues

S123 - SWIPE Diagram

S124 - Internal Auditing - PPAP

S125 - Purpose

S126 - Applicability

S127 - PPAP Overview

S128 - When is Submission Required?

S129 - Significant Production Run

S130 - PPAP Requirements

S131 - 2.2.9 – Dimensional Results

S132 - - Performance Test Results

S133 - - Performance Test Results

S134/135 - - Initial Process Studies

S136 - - Initial Process Study

S137 - - Unstable Processes

S138 - - Acceptance Criteria are Not Satisfied

S139 - 2.2.15 - Master Samples

S140 - 2.2.18 – PSW

S141 - PPAP Requirements

S142 - 5 - Part Submission Status

S143 - 5 - Part Submission Status

S144 - Part Submission Status

S145 - 6 - Record Retention

S146 - Customer Notification

S147 - PPAP Required

S148 - PPAP Oversight

S149 - PPAP Oversight

S150 - PPAP Problems

S151 - PPAP Oversight

S152 - End of Core Tools

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Modern-Business-Concept-40987330Today, most automotive manufacturers and suppliers require their suppliers to use at least one Core Tool.  Companies that use Core Tools in their management system can assure their customers top quality practices.

The Automotive Quality Core Tools are the building blocks of an effective quality management system. They include Advanced Product Quality Planning & Control Plan (APQP), Product Part Approval Process (PPAP), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Measurement System Analysis (MSA), and Statistical Process Control (SPC).

This course is a review of the Core Tools needed for your IATF 16949 / ISO 9001:2015 Certification.

Be sure to use your 50% discount code from your ISO Registrar.

1 Year: $ 150
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