A friendly reminder! If you’re interested in presenting at AIAG’s 2019 Quality Summit – scheduled for October 2-3 – session proposals are due by Friday, March 1st.Read More
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AIAG is hosting a Call to Action on February 26, 2019 to announce the formation of the Supplier & Product Reliability Assurance work group. This group will update AIAG’s current D-32 publication by the same name, working to improve existing tools, update common industry terms, and incorporate references to IATF 16949 and the upcoming AIAG-VDA FMEA guideline.Read More
Traceability provides product visibility throughout the automotive supply chain, helping organizations identify products by location and product/process characteristic while assisting in streamlining product callbacks, containment, and inventory management. OEMs and suppliers have implemented numerous product traceability solutions – but until now, there hasn’t been a guideline that outlines the standardized best practices endorsed by the automotive industry. That’s where AIAG’s new Traceability Guideline comes in.Read More
In 2012, AIAG introduced the Core Tools Self-Assessment (CTSA) as a means to measure an individual’s Core Tools proficiency and identify areas for improvement. The CTSA is a timed, open book self-assessment that covers APQP/PPAP, FMEA, MSA and SPC and is offered in eight different languages. Exam questions are tied to the proctored Core Tools certification exams offered by AIAG.Read More
While we’re not quite ready to close the books on 2018, it never hurts to look ahead! Whether you’re trying to use remaining training budget before the end of the year, or want to hit the ground running in 2019, follow the links below to explore AIAG’s upcoming Quality courses.Read More