Whilst aimed at Auditors, this program provides the skills for anyone to assess the way they do business, evaluate whether it is working for them, and determine ways of doing it better. It provides the knowledge and competencies for internal and external auditors from 'what is an audit?' through to practical operational improvements as a direct consequence of the audit.

Overview

From the essentials of “what is an audit?” through to practical operational improvements as a result of the audit, this program provides the knowledge and skills for both internal and external auditors.

This is not solely for auditors as it provides the skills for anyone to assess the way they do business, evaluate whether it is working for them, and determine better ways of doing it.

Who Will Benefit

People at all levels who need to assess operational practice, verify compliance and identify improvements. Especially relevant for people conducting external audits of suppliers or subcontractors and members of regulatory bodies or official authorities conducting audits or assessments for compliance or licensing requirements.

Program Content

  • What is an audit?
  • Competencies for auditors
  • Risk assessment
  • Participating in audits
  • Communication skills
  • Evaluation of audit findings
  • Audit reporting.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Initiate an audit
  • Prepare for the audit
  • Participate in a quality audit on-site
  • Capture pertinent information
  • Evaluate and report on the findings.

Program Requirements

Participants must complete Internal and External Auditor Training before attending the Lead Auditor training program.

Program can link to:

This program can link to BSB51615 Diploma of Quality Auditing
Program Number
157
Duration

2 Days

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    AIM WA Floreat

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