Training recognized by the National Association of Management & Technical Assistance Centers & the Southern Growth Policies Board.
Requirements, Approaches, and Methods
The purpose of the training course is to present to the learner an overview of the ISO 9001:2015 standard while contrasting and comparing the 2015 standard to the 2008 version, and to present approaches and methods for transitioning and/or repurposing 2008 quality system documentation to the to 2015 version.
This course is intended for experienced quality management practitioners who have been tasked by their organization to transition an implemented ISO 9001:2008 quality management system to ISO 9001:2015. Learners will need to be thoroughly familiar with the 2009 version of the standard to benefit most from the class. Learners who have previously completed a course in internal auditing to ISO 9001:2008 and have experience performing audits, and those who have experience authoring quality management documentation will find the instructional content to be highly relevant to their transition process. The training will provide first an overview of the purpose and intent of Annex SL of the ISO/IEC Directives which forms the basis of the revisions found in the 2015 version. The focus of the training will then move to a clause-by-clause overview of the 2015 version of the standard. Upon completion of the 2015 clause review, a constant comparative analysis will be used to contrast similarities and differences between the 2008 and 2015 versions of the standard. The course work will conclude with assessment approaches for identifying documentation gaps and exploring methods for restructuring and repurposing currently implemented documentation to meet ISO 9001:2015 requirements.
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When: November 29 - December 2, 2016
Class Times: 8 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Where: Auburn, AL
Register Online: auburnworks.org
Purpose: The purpose of this training course is to teach basic and general print reading skills.
Duration: 3 Days. Scheduled class time is 8:00AM. to 5:00 PM.
Dates: October 4-6, 2016
Is inaccurate print reading costing your firm big money in scrap and rework?
Manufacturers must make products according to print specifications. If your employees can’t read or understand prints, your customers will point out product defects due to blueprint errors. Accurate print reading is important to quality work, customer satisfaction, and to your company’s profit margin.
In only 24 hours of training, our specialists at the Auburn Technical Assistance Center can improve the print reading skills of your employees. This course is taught to the ANSIY14.5M-1982 and ASME Y14.5M
1994 Standards and is designed to teach employees to read and understand mechanical prints. The course consists of three eight-hour classes. Each class consists of lecture and practical exercises.
Where: Auburn, AL – Auburn Center for Developing Industries Building, 1500 Pumphrey Ave, Auburn, AL
Cost: Per seat price is $560. Pre-registration required, no cancellations allowed, substitutions permitted. Invoice issued upon registration. (Refreshments & Lunch provided)
Registration: Registration can be accomplished by web at www.AuburnWorks.org
Information: Contact Jason Williams at 334-844-3885 (office direct), email@example.com