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 2023 Training Now Available - Register Now!


Combining the best of online and traditional learning, AIAG uses web-based technologies to help your team build foundational knowledge in an interactive environment. It’s the same great classroom training but taken where it’s most convenient for you.

And why not? AIAG has been writing the book on automotive Quality, Supply Chain, Corporate Responsibility since 1982.

Check out all our current live virtual training options below. Don’t see what you need?  New courses are being added frequently, so check back often, or contact our Customer Service Team.

Supply Chain Virtual Training Listing

  • Advanced IMDS

    Classroom & Live Virtual Training

    The growing concern regarding substance uses in products, its recycling or disposal has created a lot of legislations and global actions in the last years. Providing excellent quality material declaration data to your customers requires a thorough understanding of these regulations. Professionals must be prepared for the impact of these requirements on the future of their business. This course provides an extension of the IMDS Basic Concepts and Application course, to help you understand the regulations and anticipate their impact on your business. Additionally, students will receive hands on instruction on how to utilize IMDS' more complicated features, such as Chemistry Manager, Where Used Analysis, MDS Update and MDS Request. It is recommended that students first attend the IMDS Basic Concepts and Application course prior to attending this Advanced IMDS course or have equivalent experience.

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    Next Date: 3/7/2023


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  • Global MMOG/LE Implementation Training - Level 1

    Classroom & Live Virtual Training

    This class is designed to improve materials management efficiency and effectiveness in your supply chain by leveraging the power of the Global Materials Management Operations Guideline Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE). Now in its 5th generation, with several areas of improved, highly-relevant content, Global MMOG/LE is the universal global standard for supply chain management processes that reduces costs, errors, inventory, waste, and overall workload for suppliers and customers - all while increasing customer satisfaction. Upon completion of the class, students will understand how to: o State the benefits of MMOG/LE o Interpret the six chapters and key criteria o Conduct an effective assessment, including identifying gaps and preparing action plans o Report assessment results to management and customers o Navigate and complete the assessment in www.mmogle.com

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    Next Date: 2/6/2023


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  • HTS Harmonized Tariff Schedule Overview

    Classroom & Live Virtual Training

    Ensure that you are compliant with customs regulations and paying the proper rate of duty on your imported products. Proper tariff classification is the basic foundation for all customs transactions, including qualification for the U.S., Mexico, Canada Free Trade Agreement (USMCA). Correct classification of your products is essential for determining the appropriate duties and remaining fully in compliance with all Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Regulations). The Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) provides duty rates for virtually every item that exists, and is harmonized to at least the 6-digit level almost across the globe.

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    Next Date: 4/19/2023


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  • USMCA Content Reporting

    Classroom & Live Virtual Training

    Effective July 1, 2020, the USMCA trade agreement officially replaced NAFTA as the trilateral free trade agreement between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Whether the manufacturer of importer is located in the U.S. (USMCA), Canada (CUSMA), or Mexico (T-MEC), the automotive industry as a whole has been significantly affected by dramatic rule changes, including an increase in overall value content requirements, the introduction of the Labor Value Content (LVC) requirements, and new categories and requirements for the qualification of automotive parts. The new USMCA Content Reporting course - developed by OEM, supplier, and free trade agreement experts - is an in-depth, comprehensive training geared toward automotive trade compliance practitioners and working managers. The training is scheduled for two consecutive days (16 hours total).

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    Next Date: 3/20/2023 to 3/21/2023


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