AS9100 Standard AS9110 Standard

Safely Launch Your Aerospace QMS with AS9100 Training

AS 9100, AS 9110 TRAINING

In addition to encompassing the latest ISO 9001:2015 changes, AS9100 Revision D includes over 100 changes beyond the core ISO changes. Ensuring certification under this more demanding quality management system means knowing which elements to get right, and how.

LEARN HOW TO MAKE AQMS AUDITING A VALUE-ADDING PROCESS

The aerospace management system standards used to ensure quality and manage risk for organizations responsible for product design, development, production and servicing include AS9100, AS9110, AS9120 and a variety of other related standards. Together, the AS9100 series standards provide the fundamental agreed requirements for effective aerospace quality management systems (AQMS) implementation.

QMII offers relevant, interactive training programs with expert instructors and a wealth of real world experience to effectively mainstream these AQMS principles. Some of the benefits of QMII training include:

  • Small class sizes with ample opportunities for student-to-instructor, and student-to-student interaction
  • Effective aerospace quality management systems auditing curricula that use role play and real-world examples
  • Varied teaching styles to accommodate different learning needs
  • Frequent, short tests to ensure course comprehension
  • A variety of course locations, times and dates
  • Field-experienced instructors who have participated in many aerospace quality management system audits and consulting projects
  • Regularly updated material to reflect the AS9100, AS9110 and other related standard revisions, as well as current best practices
  • Competitive course pricing and flexible scheduling
  • Custom in-house training available to meet the needs of top managers, quality managers, and teams

Course Delivery Options

  • Public Courses
  • In-House

Learn the requirements for a successful AQMS program

The AS9100 Revision D requirements only establish a framework for exceptional organizational performance; they do not guarantee it. Management is responsible for designing and using the AQMS to achieve objectives including continual improvement. In order to achieve some of the many potential benefits of developing a system conforming to AS 9100, organizations need to understand how to use and continually improve their aerospace management systems.

Going through the motions of establishing a compliant AQMS is not enough. Organizations who do not fully embrace and integrate their quality management system into their operational, strategic and financial systems are not getting the true return on investment that top-to-bottom integration can bring.

Compartmentalizing quality is not a management tool, but rather a shortcoming. Using a competent, experienced training and consulting partner, like QMII, can help ensure your organization not only meets the rigorous quality and safety demands of the Aerospace industry, but increases long-term viability and value.