IATF 16949:2016 Requirement and Interpretation

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  • Automotive Industry Standard – Background and History

  • Key Drivers of change for IATF 16949 and the key changes

  • Management systems, process approach and documentation recommendations

  • Understanding the requirements of IATF 16949 with linkage of ISO 9001:2015

    • Context, Interested Party Expectations and Planning including Risk Based Thinking

    • Expanded Leadership Requirements and its implications

    • Discussion on Top Management’s Role

    • Support Processes and What has Changed?

    • Operations – Focus on Changes and Improvements

    • APQP and New Product Development

    • Product Safety, Managing Suppliers, Operational Control

  • Review of Gap Analysis Tool and Q and A


This course provides a basic level of understanding of the IATF 16949 intent and requirements, as well as how the requirements can be met. Each participant, who responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of the Quality Management System (QMS), will have the opportunity to develop a QMS with exercises to through the use of QMS implementation and documentation tools such as: Project Plans, Seven Quality Management Principles, Defining the Organizations Context, Defining Interested Parties and their requirements, Automotive Process Approach: Process Concept Diagram (Turtle) etc. All activities will include industry-specific examples and terminology.


Participants finding this course beneficial include those in organizations that are currently certified to IATF16949

  • Senior management responsible for the effectiveness of the QMS
  • Employees assisting organizations with their transition to TS 16949:2016
  • Management representatives, operations managers, process owners, Internal Auditors, Vendor/Supplier Auditors and staff(s) responsible for ensuring the requirements are met.

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