Quality professionals, engineers,
managers and supervisors.
Time To Complete
1 hour (0.1 CEUs)
What are Control Plans?
The intent of a Control Plan is to create a structured
approach for control of process and product elements while
focusing the organization on characteristics important to
the customer. An important part of a Control Plan is a
Reaction Plan that clearly specifies what action to take in
case an out-of-control condition occurs.
Development and use of Control Plans are a vital aspect
of a comprehensive Advanced Quality Planning Process (APQP).
The Advanced Quality Planning Process was originated by the
Automotive Industry Action Group to provide a common,
standardized process for planning, developing and
communicating the requirements and status of new products
and services to improve the process for New Product
Control Plan Basics Online Training
This online course teaches learners what Control Plans
are and how to use them throughout the lifecycle of a
This Training Enables Learners To...
- Explain the intent of a Control Plan.
- Understand the evolution of Control Plans during the life cycle of a product.
- Describe the key sections of a Control Plan.
- Know how to establish a Reaction Plan.
- Distinguish between Reaction Plan triggers and root cause analysis.
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