STELLANTIS Supplier Product Development Standards (ex-Groupe PSA)

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New training module that is aimed at supplier project team in charge of Project Management and Product Development on projects with STELLANTIS. Starting with analysis of Technical Specifications, the module explains all steps of product development with STELLANTIS up to the Serial PCP. A practical Case Study at the end of the training session will exemplify to training participants all presented standards.

Your needs are:

  • Develop a robust product solution that respects all customer specifications
  • Understand all customer specific standards that concern product development
  • Perform a robust product feasibility study and define variable and stable product characteristics
  • Use b2b portal to find all technical specifications, use PLM, DocInfo and other important applications
  • Prepare a lean product inspection solution for serial team
  • Practice all acquired knowledge on a Case Study

Target group:

  • Project Managers
  • R&D Engineers
  • Process Specialists
  • Project Quality
  • RFQ team
  • Serial Quality

Training content:

  • Part 1 – Introduction to STELLANTIS SQA
    • Stellantis objectives in terms of vehicle quality and final user satisfaction, objectives and benefits of the training module
  • Part 2 – Expression of need by STELLANTIS and supplier answer
    • Technical Specifications (CDC) analysis, technical norms applicable on the project, Public Standards/DocInfo Community # 01446, Supplier answer to ST, Requirements Coverage Matrix, justification of ST respect, action plan definition/follow up, Technical Specification, Requirements Coverage Matrix and associated action plan follow up up to PPAP and SOP
  • Part 3 – Potential and known failure mode management
    • Risk analysis PED / PMR creation, preparation of a robust project specific DMFEA/PFMEA and integration of actions to design/process solution
  • Part 4 – CTF List
    • First CTF List analysis, dispute of CTFs, preparation of the final robust but lean CTF list, functional needs, referential system, CTF compliance priority, analysis of CTF feasibility and definition of stable/dispersive CTFs, final CTF List
  • Part 5 – Design verification
    • Correlation ST/Requirements Coverage Matrix and DVP &R, requirements on testing, PV/PIV planning over an APQP project and execution of all tests, IMDS requirements
  • Part 6 – PCP (Part Inspection Standard)
    • real meaning & application of PCP, explanation of the whole document PCP (all columns explained), adding CS/CSE controls to PCP, visualization of control points, referential system, frequency of controls, MSA requirements, commitment on CS/CSE conformity/capability in line with CTF compliance priority, project/serial PCP, correlation PCP – Control Plan
  • Part 7 – RCM (Measurement protocol)
    • RCM phases, import of measured values, objectives on SPC acc. to measured batch size, explanation of all SPC indicators in RCM, RCM synthesis, RCM cover page, sharing of RCMs in DocInfo
  • Part 8 – STELLANTIS project milestones
    • Vehicle development process by STELLANTIS (SOD), explanation of all vehicle milestones from JAP (Project Initiation) up to JOVS (transfer to serial production), overview of APQP milestones, part maturity level according to vehicle status, FSP – Project Synthesis sheet
  • Part 9 – Product development planning in APQP/PPAP approach
    • APQP Matrix and logic of APQP planning on a project, overview of planning of all product development deliverables, PLM platform, DocInfo Groupe application – sharing of deliverables with STELLANTIS and getting the link to upload to PLM
  • Part 10 – Change management in project/serial phase
    • part history, parts stickering rules, FETE sheet, Avenant FIPA (both technical and economical impact management explained)
  • Part 11 – Case Study
    • an exercise (3 hours) to exemplify on a real project the application of all Stellantis product development standards
  • Part 12 – Final exam (N/A for on-line sessions)

Duration: 2 days