I'm new here so forgive me if I should know better...
I'm trying to help my small mfg customer establish a foundation for a QMS, so that they can eventually go for ISO 9001:2015 certification.
We're starting with the basics; I want to help them write a top-level quality policy that will map to ISO 9001:2015 for a product. I'm looking for a template/sample document to help teach them/get the ball rolling/get the conversation started.
I did find a sample training doc for the 2008 standard, but it's for a service. While that's helpful it would be great to find something newer, for a product.
Can you clarify what you are looking for? A tool for developing Quality Policy statement? Are you looking for an implementation roadmap/ overview? Awareness training? A requirements checklist? I don't want to flood you with information you don't need.
P.S.: After re-reading your post (with title) I see you appear to be looking for a Quality Manual (Level 1) template. I'm not sure that is necessary anymore with the 2015 standard. We don't use the "classic" quality manual. Ours is more of an interactive journey relating the requirements of the standard to our business operating system. Our "manual" is little more than links to documents, records, processes, roles, and activities in our enterprise content management system (you could almost do the same thing in SharePoint). The quality manual is not a printed document here.
I found your reference to be extremely useful. I like it.
Trust me your certification body will like your QMS after implementing the parts of his template that apply to your business. It is very easy to work with and understand. Eventually we will be going for AS9100D and we will be using Oxbridge Quality Templates as our beginning.