Business Excellence Skillnet
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DATES: Week commencing 1st September (x 4 days)
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Module BII is 3-Day process auditor training. This module is designed for people carrying out VDA 6.3 audits within their organisation. (see attachment)
Module C is a 1-Day VDA exam that qualifies the participant to carry out VDA 6.3 audits both within their organisation and externally (at suppliers).
Developed by the German Automotive industry, VDA 6.3 (Verband der Automobilindustrie) defines a process based audit standard for evaluating and improving controls in a manufacturing organisation’s processes. It has been constructed in such a way that it can be used for small, medium sized and large organisations following the product life cycle structure. Revised in 2010, the standard was comprehensively restructured to reflect the changes to ISO9001 and customer specific requirements in the automotive industry.
The standard can be used by any organisation, either for internal process audits, or for evaluating potential or existing suppliers.
Compliance to VDA 6.3 is mandated by some vehicle makers and encouraged by others.
For more details, visit http://www.industryforum.co.uk/audit-assessment/vda/
Training Company Name and Website
Trainer: SMMT have been appointed by VDA QMC Germany to deliver approved VDA 6.3 training and qualification modules.
SMMT provides copies of VDA 6.3 for the duration of the training. Delegates attending the Module BII course will receive a copy of the VDA Microsoft Excel assessment file. All participants receive a delegate manual containing copies of all the slides and a VDA/SMMT certificate. Participants taking the exam module (either as part of Module E or as a standalone module) will receive a VDA certificate and auditor card.
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VDA 6.3 defines a process based audit standard for evaluating and improving controls in a manufacturing organisation’s new product introduction and manufacturing processes.
The Business Excellence Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
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