Join the IAQG for a series of webinars, given by the Product and Supply Chain Improvement Team on Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) and Production Part Approval (PPAP) as defined in 9145. The seven-part webinar series is free to all participants and will be followed by a Question & Answer session with IAQG APQP Panelists.
Continuously improving On Time Delivery and On Quality Delivery (OTD/OQD) throughout the entire value stream is key to the aviation, space and defense industries. The Product and Supply Chain Improvement Strategy Stream of the IAQG is dedicated to developing and deploying guidance materials supporting these goals.
The Complete Webinar Series
Below is a listing of the complete series. Each webinar will begin at 9:00 am Eastern (New York) and will last for approximately 90 minutes. Visit the SCMH and register to be added to the invitation list for future webinars, you can also find the links to upcoming webinars on the announcement page of the SCMH.
- September 17, 2019: Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) Overview. intended for top leadership and leaders of all functions engaged in the product development process.
- October 8, 2019: Design Risk Analysis – Critical Items. Intended for Systems, Designs, Manufacturing, and Quality Engineers
- October 22, 2019: Process Flow/Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (PFMEA) – Process Characteristics. Intended for Design, Manufacturing and Quality Engineers, Operations Management
- November 12, 2019: Control Plan. Intended for Design, Manufacturing and Quality Engineers, Operations Management
- December 3, 2019: Measurement Systems Analysis MSA. Intended for Design, Manufacturing and Quality Engineers, Calibration Management
- January 7, 2020: Process Capability & Control (Variation Management). Intended for Manufacturing and Quality Engineers, Operations Management
- January 21, 2020: Production Part Approval Process (PPAP). Intended for Manufacturing and Quality Engineers
The Advanced Product Quality Planning APQP guidance is found in Section 7.2 of the Supply Chain Management Handbook.