Stellantis-FCA CSR

Customer Specific Requirements management according to IATF

Training performed according to revision nr. 5 of Stellantis-FCA CSR published at 15 March 2021.

Training agenda:

1) IATF requirements connections with customer specific requirements

2) Stellantis-FCA CSR EMEA/LATAM according to IATF:

  • FGP.42 – Supplier Quality Sourcing Package and Statement of Requirements (SoR)
  • Basic Requirements Check List (BRCL)
  • Additional Quality Requirements (AQR)
  • Forever Requirements (FR) – SQ.00012
  • Manufacturing Feasibility Assessment (MFA)
  • Supplier Quality Management System development management
  • Escalation criteria: “OEM Performance Complaint”, “Top Problem Supplier Location Reporting” and “Quality New Business Hold”
  • Layered Process Audits (LPA)

3) 07740 – Qualification of externally purchased production parts (buy)

  • PE – Plant Evaluation (ex-Benestare) – sample ordering process by client and approach in case of negative result
  • SPV – Supplier Product Validation (ex-AQF) –  creation including approval and defining requalification tests
  • EPV – Engineering Product Validation (ex-PI) – sample sending and results verification

4) 08090 – Interim (IAA) – theory and practice

5) SQ.00010 – Advance Quality Planning and Production Part Approval Process (ex-FGP13 and FGP14)

6) Capacity Assessment Procedure (CAT)  – ex-PDR

7) 9.01102 – Supply Quality

8) 9.01103 – CQC

9) SQ.00009 – Safe Launch Plan – SLP

10) FGP 16 – Control Shipment Level (CSL) NBH

11) 9.01120 – Report Characteristics

12) Supplier Quality Monitoring and its connection with Global Stellantis Supplier Claim Management Procedure GSQN-001

  • 08018 – Quality monitoring of directed materials
  • Claims classification
  • Bid list rules description
  • Practical remarks regarding 8D reports and Cross-out Requests

13) Practical information:

  • Codesign – what is it and why it’s so important in collaboration with Stellantis-FCA
  • Supplier code – connection with alphanumeric codes
  • Practical remarks regarding cooperation with plants located in Europe, Brazil and India.
  • Best Practice for residents in Europe and India.

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Thanks to Stellantis-FCA CSR training participant will learn:

  • Correct interpretation of Stellantis-FCA requirements with respect to IATF.
  • Which Stellantis-FCA standards are not actual compering to published IATF.
  • In which section of PPAP audit form will be identified CSR’s.
  • Understand the major standards in force in cooperation between customer and supplier.
  • Get practical insights in cooperation with customer locations located in Europe.
  • Best Practice for residents of European plants.
  • What are the differences between theory and practice for the Derogation
  • Which launch phases are present in the Stellantis-FCA terminology and what must be completed in the individual commissioning phase on the vendor and customer side.
  • Codesign – what it is and why it is so important to work with Stellantis-FCA
  • Supplier codes – Alphanumeric code matching for customer locations located in different countries.

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Benefits for the company:

  • Understanding Plant Evaluation PE (ex-Benestare) positive evaluation will contribute to speed up reimbursing of the costs invested in client equipment by supplier
  • Thanks to Stellantis-FCA CSR training You will accelerate response times when reporting quality problems at client sites by gaining knowledge about residents who have built a very good relationship with the customer quality department.​
  • What is important during a Non Conformity Ticket (NCT) or partial cross-out request submitting
  • Positive impact on long-term relationship building with both Stellantis-FCA SQE and the customer’s quality department through a practical knowledge of the specific customer requirements.

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2 days (each 7,5 hours)


Date of open training:

11.07.-12.07.2023 – online open training



– 750 EUR for one participant

In case of 2 or more participants from the same plant offer 10% discount on the second and all other participants.

The invoice due date will be 30 days from the invoice issue date. The invoices for the services will be issued after the service delivery.

There is also possibility to organize in-house training sessions or internal online sessions for companies – for details, please get in touch with office.

On client demand there is a possibility of training extending with an additional workshop day.


Price include:

  • Training participation
  • Training materials
  • Certificate
  • 12 months free consulting for participants