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Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) is a structured method of defining and establishing the steps necessary to ensure that a product satisfies customer’s requirements and expectations. It facilitates communications with all personnel involved to ensure that all required steps are completed on time.

Training Subject Overview

Advanced Quality Planning is a process to develop quality information in order to develop counter-measures for avoiding similar problems with future new products.

  • AQP creates product and process definition, manufacturing preparedness and maintainability, and ensures their effective and efficient implementation.
  • The objective of AQP is to produce a product quality plan which supports the development of products or services that satisfy a Customer’s requirements.
    •    Content
    • Plan & Define Program – determining customer needs, requirements & expectations
    • Product Design & Development – review the inputs & execution of the outputs
    • Process Design & Development – features for developing manufacturing systems
    • Product & Process Validation – validation of the selected manufacturing processes
    • Launch, Feedback, Assessment & Corrective Action
    • Focused methods on reduced variation & continuous improvement.
    • Control Plan & Failure Mode & Effects interaction with A(P)QP
    • Documentation requirements incorporating all Quality Planning analysis

Outcomes

  • Understand the reason for and benefits of advanced quality planning.
  • Understand the benefits of Cross Functional Teams and Simultaneous Engineering.
  • Apply AQP project principles related to the scope of a project.
  • Understand and apply the requirements of Process Design and Development.

Course Benefits

  • Providing a structured planning process for new products or processes.
  • Identification of methods to ensure the highest quality and lowest practical costs.
  • Provision of uniform documentation to demonstrate effective procedures.
  • Facilitating the APQP process in a multidisciplinary environment.

 

APQP Focused on:

  • Up-front quality planning
  • Determining if Customers are satisfied by the output Evaluating and Supporting continual improvement

APQP consists of five phases:

  • Plan and Define Program
  • Product Design and Development Verification
  • Process Design and Development Verification
  • Product and Process Validation
  • Launch, Feedback, Assessment & Corrective Action

There are five major activities:

  • Planning
  • Product Design and Development
  • Process Design and Development
  • Product and Process Validation
  • Production

The APQP process has seven major elements:

  • Understanding the needs of the customer
  • Proactive feedback and Corrective action
  • Designing Within the process capabilities
  • Analyzing and mitigating failure modes
  • Verification and validation
  • Design reviews
  • Control special / critical Characteristics.

 

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Master Group is the leading company in the field of quality management system. We are providing complete solution in step-by-step process development through trainings and consultancy. Our expertise are-  QMS Consultancy and Trainings (ISO 9001)  EMS Consultancy and Trainings (ISO 14001)  Lab Certification (ISO 17025)  Social Accountability (SA 8000)  Technical Specification (ISO/TS 16949)  Health and safety (OHSAS)  Food Safety (HACCP)  NABH Accreditation  CE Mark  Process Improvement  Value Analysis, Value Engineering (VAVE)
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