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Audit Refresher

Revisit your audit skills


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Summary

Price
£238.80 inc VAT
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
5 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification

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Overview

  • you want to refresh your knowledge of internal QMS auditing
  • you need the opportunity to re-visit and apply key audit skills
  • you audit infrequently and need the opportunity to discuss audit topics with experienced auditors

Course media

Description

  • the audit requirements in ISO 9001
  • the key audit activities in the audit process
  • how to prepare for an audit, with emphasis on how to construct
  • how to gather audit evidence making use of interviewing, observation and document review skills
  • how to evaluate audit evidence
  • how to write nonconformity reports
  • how to verify the effectiveness of corrective action
  • how to conduct a follow up audit

Who is this course for?

  • you want to refresh your knowledge of internal QMS auditing
  • you need the opportunity to re-visit and apply key audit skills
  • you audit infrequently and need the opportunity to discuss audit topics with experienced auditors
  • to have some experience/knowledge of conducting QMS audits

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