Last month we opened registration for the upcoming 2019 Southern Automotive Quality Summit; this month, we’re excited to share our detailed agenda for the event.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
In a ground-breaking automotive quality survey conducted by AIAG in collaboration with Deloitte Consulting, problem solving was identified as one of the most critical issues impacting quality for the global automotive industry.Read More
AIAG’s Traceability Guideline draft, identified as CQI-28, is currently available for stakeholder review through October 17, 2018.Read More
This year, PLATO will be holding their Annual User Conference and Networking Event for Quality Risk Management at Oakland University on Wednesday October 24, 2018.Read More
Registration is open for AIAG’s complimentary Webinar: Core Tools Software Update on October 3 at 3:00pm EDT.
As a user of the AIAG Quality Core Tools, you know they are central to conducting business in the automotive industry. Currently, tools such as FMEA and Control Plan are being completed using spreadsheets or specialized software.Read More