AIAG & VDA FMEA: Successful Use of Boundary & Parameter Diagrams Expand your skills

Better FMEA with block diagrams. The AIAG & VDA FMEA method description presents the two types of block diagrams (boundary and parameter diagram) to support FMEA.

This webinar will teach you everything you need to know to prepare design FMEA using the boundary diagram in order to better implement the structural and functional analysis. The webinar also introduces you to parameter diagrams (P diagrams), which serve as a powerful tool in functional analysis for design and process FMEA.


  • What is a boundary diagram?
  • Developing boundary diagrams step by step
  • Successful use of boundary diagrams for FMEA planning and structural analysis
  • P-diagrams for design and process FMEA
  • Interactions: FMEA / boundary diagrams / P diagrams
  • Scope of services

  • The right information of the highest quality
  • Dialogue to respond to questions
  • Seminar documents (PDF download)
  • Certificate of participation
  • Benefit

  • Learn all they need to know about boundary and P diagrams - compact and easy to understand, without any travel time or costs
  • Simply book without a complex ordering process and participate without being bound to a specific location
  • Group of participants

  • Project manager
  • Quality manager
  • Interested management staff from all departments
  • Participant fee
    The participation fee is 138,00€ (net)
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    Winfried Dietz

    Dietz Consultants

    Winfried Dietz is the founder and managing partner of DIETZ Consultants with subsidiaries in Asia and North America. He shoulders the responsibility of the FMEA business area development. Winfried Dietz has more than 30 years of practical experience, 25 years thereof as a consultant, trainer and coach. Other areas of interest and work include APQP, 8D, PPAP and functional safety and their interactions. Winfried Dietz is the organiser of the annual Osnabrück FMEA Forum.