VDA 6.3 Process audit (3rd Edition, 2016)
Online course available
VDA 6.3 is a guideline for undertaking effective process audits, which is required by a large number of OEM customers within the German automotive supply chain. It focuses on process audit from the product development phase to the mass production phase.
This two day training course is specially designed for those looking at process audit aligned with the requirements of VDA 6.3. You will learn about the audit requirements and concepts, and gain an in-depth understanding of how to use the questionnaire of VDA 6.3.
Who should attend?
This course is designed for managers, executive and quality professionals who needs to understand and implement the VDA 6.3 process audit requirements. It is suitable for all involved in initial certification, maintenance and upgrading of auditing knowledge. No prior experience is required.
What will I learn?
- German Automotive’s process-audit methodology
- The relations between product, process and system audits
- Application of the VDA 6.3 questionnaire
- Application of audit scoring
- Planning, conducting and reporting on an internal audit performed against the requirements of VDA 6.3
How will I benefit?
You’ll be able to:
- Understand process audit methodology that aligns with the German automotive industry’s requirements
- Meet German automotive customer requirements on auditor competency
- Focus on key processes effectiveness and efficiency
Our experienced tutors have practical application of the subject matter, enabling them to understand and meet your specific requirements.
What is included?
This training course is HRDF claimable.
On completion, you will be awarded an internationally recognized BSI Training Academy certificate.
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