Alliance New Product Quality Procedure
In support of Nissan Power 88, Nissan’s new mid- term business plan, and as part of their ongoing programme to improve the management of new product introduction we are pleased to advise you of the latest updates regarding training in the Alliance New Product Quality Procedure (ANPQP).
As stated in ANPQP Version 3.1, “Each supplier will be required to nominate at least one Supplier ANPQP Representative (S.A.R) for their organisation.” In order to become a S.A.R, the nominated person must successfully complete an ANPQP training course.
From September 2011, Supplier ANPQP training courses are being provided by the University of Sunderland’s Institute for Automotive & Manufacturing Advanced Practice (AMAP) www.amap.sunderland.ac.uk on behalf of Nissan in Europe at our training centre in Sunderland, near to the Nissan plant. The details for the programme are:
Location: The Industry Centre, Colima Avenue, Sunderland, SR5 3XB
Duration: 2 days
Times: 08:45 – 16:30 both days
Cost: £450.00 + VAT - Total £540.00
Note: This does not include travel or accommodation
ANPQP Course - Learning Outcomes
- Understand ANPQP structure and concepts
- Be able to use the ANPQP website
- Understand the purpose and customer expectations for the ANPQP activities
- Understand how ANPQP fits into the Nissan new product development process
Maximum of 12 people per course.
Dates available for 2018
14th & 15th March 2018
16th & 17th May 2018
11th & 12th July 2018
To book your place on the ANPQP course please use the University of Sunderland Online Store
You can make payment via credit card or request an invoice through an official purchase order request.
If you require any further information regarding the ANPQP training course please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3888.
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This page was published on 13 February 2018