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Supplier & Product Reliability Assurance - Publication D32



This course will provide a comprehensive look into the AIAG Reliability Tool Kit developed by a collaborative effort between the OEMs and Suppliers. Primary focus will be on the RMA- Reliability Maturity Assessment, Reliability Assurance Planning and AIAG tools which can be utilized to establish a world class reliability program. Hands on exercises, utilizing the AIAG tools, will accompany class room lecture.


 

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Member:$325.00
Non-Member:$425.00
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Class Offerings
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On Demand Southfield, MI USA - N/A
Contact: trainingcontact@aiag.org for registration information.

* Courses are scheduled based on demand. If you are interested in attending this course, please provide us with your information and we will contact you when a course date is scheduled.

For onsite training information and a price quote please call (248) 358-3570.


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Who Should Attend

 Reliability Engineers

 Product Development Engineers

 Supplier Reliability Development Process Owners

 Design & Reliability Process Owners

Course Outline

    Course Objectives:

    • Develop key actions to drive reliability into the outsourcing process

    • Protect customers from reliability risks inherent in outsourcing to low cost countries

    • Drive supplier organizational goal setting with reliability in mind

    • Provide tools for evaluation of supplier design capability with respect to reliability

    • Add reliability capability to quality as part of supplier evaluation and procurement process

    • Self-Assessment tools and Strategies will provide the participants means to conduct internal Reliability assessments to see how they compare with the rest of the industry. Strengths and weaknesses then can be addressed