Most people visit our Texas State Capital, the beautiful city of Austin for parting. We took training on the road. Two days exploring the latest editions of IATF 16949:2016 was almost as entertaining as the sights on Austin's famous 6th Street!
Feedback from the class included:
“Learned about the key points important to IATF that are not as key to ISO 9001. I had fun with the details of the cars – what is needed to fulfill the specified function of the car. The workshop was long but very informative. Moved at a good pace. Day 1 worksheets were good to reinforce the lessons learned.”
“Everything ties to our core processes defined in our context. Had fun when the Quality System team had mapped the same (almost) core processes on Day 1. The workshop was thought provoking on improvement activities; the experience was an introduction to IATF (no prior formal training on IATF 16949) and how to gauge effort needed to implement IATF 16949.”
“Learned a variety of IATF requirements. Clarified the ‘layout’ of the standard in such a way that it made more sense and became more understandable. Epiphany re: product roadmap applicability to product improvement requirement. Workshop – extensive information while remaining interesting and engaging; a level of clarity for both ISO 9001 and IATF that I had not had before.”
“Good re-training of ISO 9001:2015. Good explanation of IATF 16494 requirements. Instructor is very well versed on the standards. For improvement: IATF Standard access was interrupted, perhaps due to Wi-Fi connection. Suggest for instructor to have a downloaded copy.”
“I learned which procedures I need to update to meet requirements. Had fun listening to new requirements; listening to software guys – typical response upon learning ISO requirements. Good hands-on experience from consultant. Ability to apply common sense to standard requirements. Better understanding of IATF requirements. Understanding of which procedures / requirements need to be updated.”
“I learned the details of IATF 16949 and reasoning behind changes to the standards. I had fun discussing detailed applications of the standards and engaging in dialogue with team and Mark. Workshop experience was well-paced, informative, well prepared and productive.”
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