ISO 9000/AS9100 Quality Management Systems Internal Auditor Training, Sept. 28 - 30, 2021
A three-day training program is scheduled for the end of September which includes ISO900 and AS9100 Quality Management System Internal Auditor Training courses.
The first two days cover the ISO Management Systems training on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 28 and 29. The overview is a full curriculum including:
Overview of ISO and a Quality Management System,
Internal Audits (First Party)
The Audit Program (INTERACTIVE)
Conducting the Audit (process approach)
Writing an audit report
Performing mock audits
An exam follows the two-day training.
AS9100 internal auditor training is on day three. This Rev. D edition includes additional requirements for internal auditing, how to use internal audits to identify areas of improvement & KPIs and mock AS9100 audits (groups)
A full description of the three-day curriculum is available online. Registration and details for the courses will be available in a forthcoming email.
Lunch & Learn: Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing
The Lunch & Learn event originally scheduled for August 5 was postponed. While the new details are still being arranged, we urge members to plan to attend as this topic can be a real a game changer for manufacturers.
"Updating your energy source is more cost effective than you might think," said Mack Sasser, Founder and CEO of 11 Series Energy, Inc. "In fact, converting equipment can save you money in the long run. The benefits to the environment are priceless."
11 Series Energy, Inc. is a service disabled veteran-owned, minority small business enterprise created to assist the U.S. Federal Government in reaching its energy resiliency, sustainability and life cycle cost analysis goals. In partnership with Leidos, a Fortune 500 "Best-in-Class" organization, 11 Series Energy has been instrumental in developing and delivering resilient energy projects to the U.S. Federal Government along with public and private clientele. Learn how this partnership is helping manufacturers throughout the country.
"Energy Efficiency is responsible and cost effective," Sasser said. "It pays for itself in five to seven years."
As soon as the new date and location are confirmed, an invitation to attend this intriguing Lunch & Learn event. We hope you will join us.
Sign up to participate in Manufacturing Academy
The new school year is approaching, and the Council is strengthening our Manufacturing Academies program which aims to develop knowledge and interest in careers in manufacturing by working with students within our region’s ten school districts. The program now includes the new Adopt-a-School program and the Industrial Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship partnerships with FloridaMakes. Contact Paul Miller to learn how your organization can participate in the NWFMC Manufacturing Academy program.
ET Forum scheduled for Fall 2021
The Florida Forum on Engineering Technology (ET Forum) is a two-day meeting of community college engineering technologies faculty in Florida. The next event is scheduled for September 30 - October 1 at Eastern Florida State College (location is tentative). The Forum focuses on:
Curriculum reform for statewide associate degree programs
Providing a foundation for strong partnerships between colleges
Reform and reorganization of common course numbering for relevant courses
Unified input to Perkins IV state implementation plan
The MakeMore Manufacturing Summit is a leadership-focused meeting designed around connecting ecosystem stakeholders with the needs and realities of industry leaders from the manufacturing sector. This event helps build a roadmap to strengthen and advance Florida’s economy through innovation, talent development and leveraging resources to accelerate the productivity and technological performance of the manufacturing sector. Register to join the remaining important discussions on the future of manufacturing in Florida! READ MORE