A3 AS9100 Aerospace Specific Course

This interactive course provides detailed discussion on a wide variety of Aviation, Space and Defense (ASD) topics as defined by the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG). Practical workshops and simulated situations are used to develop an understanding of the material. A one-hour examination is conducted on the last day.

This course is certified by Probitas Authentication and meets the training requirements as established in AS9104/3, clause A.3. Successful completion of this training satisfies the Probitas Authentication's requirements for Aerospace Industry Specific Training in its Aerospace Auditor Certification Program.

Successful completion of the “A3 AS9100 Aerospace Industry Specific Course” requires that you achieve a passing score on the final examination.

NOTE: This course is separate from the IAQG-sanctioned AATT training.

Course Details

Length

3 Days


Required

This training requires the individual to have a working knowledge and experience with the AS9100 standard.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the quality perspective of the aerospace industry
  • Describe in overview Civil Aviation Authority roles, responsibilities, and regulations, including how to obtain additional information
  • Describe the principles of Military aerospace requirements and regulations, including how to obtain additional information
  • Describe in overview government space organization roles, responsibilities, and regulations, including how to obtain additional information
  • Describe in overview airworthiness and aviation safety requirements, including how to obtain additional information
  • Describe the design, development, verification, and validation processes specific to the aerospace industry
  • Describe control of production and service provision
  • Explain the process of first article inspection (9102)
  • Describe aerospace material traceability requirements
  • Describe aerospace material/parts status accountability systems
  • Identify aerospace subcontractor approval and control requirements
  • Explain variation management of key characteristics (9103)
  • Describe quality requirements flow downs
  • Explain Foreign Object Damage (FOD) prevention program requirements
  • Describe use of customer supplied products
  • Explain calibration controls and positive recall system
  • Describe acceptance authority media (use of stamp, stamp control, electronic sigh off, etc)
  • Identify special processes
  • Identify nonconforming material, system requirements, and operation
  • Explain sampling inspection requirements and limitations
  • Identify configuration management/requirements control
  • Describe tool control
  • Describe the product qualification process
  • Describe/explain source approval process

Who Should Attend

  • Individuals seeking AS9100 AQMS auditor authentication.
  • An auditor who wants to become an Aerospace Experience Auditor (AEA) and has 2 in the past 15 years of full-time work experience in quality activities in the aviation, space and defense arena
  • Individuals who will lead the AS9100 certification or conformity effort in their company

Agenda

Day 1

  • Explain the quality perspective of the aerospace industry.
  • Describe in overview CAA roles, responsibilities, and regulations, including how to obtain additional information.
  • Describe the principles of military aerospace requirements and regulations, including how to obtain additional information.
  • Describe in overview government space organization roles, responsibilities, and regulations, including how to obtain additional information.
  • Describe in overview airworthiness and aviation safety requirements, including how to obtain additional information.
  • Describe the design, development, verification, and validation processes specific to the aerospace industry.

Day 2

  • Describe control of production and service provision.
  • Explain the process of first article inspection (see 9102).
  • Describe aerospace material traceability requirements.
  • Describe aerospace material/ parts status accountability systems.
  • Identify aerospace subcontractor approval and control requirements.
  • Explain variation management of key characteristics (see 9103).
  • Describe flow down of quality requirements.
  • Explain FOD prevention program requirements.
  • Describe use of customer supplied products.
  • Explain calibration controls and positive recall system.

Day 3

  • Describe acceptance authority media (i.e., use of stamps, stamp control, electronic sign off).
  • Identify special processes.
  • Identify nonconforming material, system requirements, and operation.
  • Explain sampling inspection limitations.
  • Identify configuration management/requirements control.
  • Describe tool control.
  • Describe the product qualification process.
  • Describe/explain source approval process.
  • Final Examination (1 hour)

 

Certificate

Successful completion of the “A3 AS9100 Aerospace Industry Specific Course” requires that you achieve a passing score on the final examination (1 hour).

This course is certified by Probitas Authentication and meets the training requirements as established in AS9104/3, clause A.3. Successful completion of this training satisfies the Probitas Authentication's requirements for Aerospace Industry Specific Training in its Aerospace Auditor Certification Program.

NOTE: This course is separate from the IAQG-sanctioned AATT training.