Available Webcasts

AIAG webcasts are streaming recordings of meetings or conference presentations. Some webcasts may offer additional documentation.

You can access your webcast(s) via the "Webcasts" link in the "My Account" area.

Webcasts are available for 120 days from the date of your registration.
If your registration period has expired, you will need to register for another viewing period. If you are not able to re-register for a webcast online, please contact our customer service department at (248) 358-3003.

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Pay-Per-View

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 176:56

Conflict Minerals: An Industry Briefing II

Event recorded on Sept 25, 2013 and provided attendees an opportunity to obtain updates on leading initiatives by the automotive industry, the electronics industry and audit sector to support due dili . . .

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 200:23

Conflict Minerals: An Industry Briefing on 9/27/2012

Hear the Automotive Industry's perspective on conflict minerals legislation. You will also hear about the industry-leading initiatives AIAG and its members are collaborating on to help companies resp . . .

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 33:00

Conflict Minerals: Background & the Automotive Industry

This webcast will assist suppliers understanding of the issues, what it means for your company, customer and suppliers, and risks and opportunities. Topics to be addressed:
  • Conflict Mineral . . .

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 55:27

Course 1 - Regulations: Management and Compliance

This one-hour training course provides participants with an introduction to global chemical regulations with a focus on managing the proliferation of global environmental regulations and the importanc . . .

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 79:52

Course 2 - Global Product Regulation Overview

This 80 minute training course builds on course 1 providing participants with an overview of various global chemical regulations including a description of the regulation, how it applies to the automo . . .

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 201:30

Effective Problem Solving for Leaders and Practitioners

According to a 2011 study conducted by AIAG, leadership of OEMs and suppliers indicated they don't have confidence in effective problem solving throughout the supply chain. In response, the AIAG Effe . . .

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 57:29

Global Reporting Initiative - G4 Update June 2013

An overview of the guidelines, potential impacts on first time and seasoned reporters, how G4 fits into the current reporting landscape and potential implications for the future of sustainability repo . . .

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 44:20

Potential FMEA for Tooling and Equipment Roll-Out

A Live Event recording on December 6, 2012: A common confusion about PFMEA is that it represents an evaluation of the machine design. In actuality the PFMEA assumes that all machines included in the a . . .

Free - On Demand

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 29:23

Global Supplier Data Connectivity

This Live Recording was from the Supplier Connectivity Call-To-Action that took place on March 5, 2013. This project will demonstrate how the automotive supply chain exchanges data in a competitive g . . .

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Format: Recorded

Run Time: 27:23

Process FMEA

Mike Down, FMEA/DFM Engineer, General Motors Company who is one of the authors of the FMEA 4th edition will present on the fundamentals of developing process flow charts, process failure mode and effe . . .