MLA – Duration 2 Days
Developed by the German automotive industry Maturity Level Assurance defines a structured approach to managing and controlling new projects.
Increasing product quality and greater competition, combined with a higher demand for quality from end users and rising warranty costs are having an even greater influence on the cooperation between automotive manufacturers and their supply chain.
This manifests itself as intensive interactions between customer and supplier throughout the product development process, leading up to volume production.
Maturity Level Assurance was developed in Germany in 2005 and translated into English in 2010 to structure and support this process.
The approach can be used by any organization to manage and control the new product introduction process with suppliers and includes all the aspects of Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP).
Industry Forum provide an overview of Maturity Level Assurance
Who should attend?
This course is designed for people working on new product developments within the automotive supply chain, including those working in design, engineering, purchasing, logistics, quality and manufacturing.
- Background and motivation for using MLA
- Aims, purposes and scope of MLA
- Risk classification
- Review of maturity levels ML0 – ML7
- Understanding of measurement criteria behind each maturity level
- Comparison between APQP and MLA
- Assessment, reporting and escalation of the MLA requirements
At the end of this training, delegates will understand how to assess the risk level of the products being developed and use the Excel tool to assess the measurement criteria across the eight Maturity Levels.
|15/07/2019 - 16/07/2019||Birmingham (UK)||£849 (ex. VAT)||Spaces Available||Book Now|