Internal Auditor Training ISO 90001:2008
The course is designed for the novice or experienced auditor desiring to learn to audit to the requirements of ISO 9001:2008. Through hands-on activities and simulations, the participants will learn the requirements of ISO 9001:2008, auditing terms and definitions, the process model, the process audit versus the system audit, audit skills and techniques, planning, performing and reporting the audite, and the corrective action process. Learn the requirements of Internal Auditor Training ISO 90001:2008 in this 17.5 hour course.
TS16949 specifies the quality system requirement for the design, development, production installation and servicing of all automotive related products. If you are new to the certification requirement, or if you are currently an internal auditor and need to cover ISO/TS 16949 difference, our facilitators are available to help you meet your training needs. Call for schedule information: 330-972-7577.
ISO Implementation Process
1. Introduction to ISO / Gap Analysis
Three to four half-day sessions will be held with your implementation team. Participants will become familiar with each element of the ISO 9000 standard while simultaneously performing a gap analysis of the current status of your area. Deliverables from these sessions are a better understanding of ISO 9000 requirements and a list of what needs to be done to bring your team into compliance.
2. Design and Coaching of Implementation Effort/Schedule
As needed, instructor will work with employee(s) responsible for documentation to set up a controlled system for generating, distributing, updating and archiving documentation and records.
3. Internal Quality Auditor Training
Auditor training for your team will be conducted. A highly interactive training program is designed around your company’s operations. All aspects of quality auditing are included, culminating in an on-site practice audit of your facility.
4. Review of Documentation (Quality Manual and Procedures)
Contents of Quality Manual will be defined. Instructor will review first draft to make sure all ISO requirements have been covered.
5. Preassessment (dress rehearsal of audit)
Provide ongoing coaching support (as needed)
Who Should Attend
People attending the ISO courses are quality driven individuals who are committed to their customers have a willingness to work towards improving efficiency within their company. They understand the value of having existence of an effective quality management system and the need for continuos improvement. Auditors are expected to go beyond mere auditing for rote "compliance" by focusing on risk, status and importance. This means they are expected to make more judgments on what is effective, rather than merely adhering to what is formally prescribed. Under the 1994 version, the question was broadly "Are you doing what the manual says you should be doing?", whereas under the 2000 version, the question is more specific "Will this process help you achieve your stated objectives? Is it a good process or is there a way to do it better?"
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About the Instructor
Larry Bridges has more than 20 years’ experience in implementing quality management and auditing systems in a variety of industries. He has been certified by the American Society for Quality as a Quality Engineer and Quality Auditor. He holds an M.B.A. from