ISO 2011 Course Catalog

ISO 9001:2008

RABQSA-Certified ISO 9001:2008 Lead Auditor Training

Length:  5 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-10 CEUs: 3.6

Prerequisites: A series of questions to be answered by the student and turned in prior to or at the beginning of the course to demonstrate understanding of the ISO 9001:2008 Standard

Description:

Lead Auditor training provides the necessary knowledge and skills for you to hone your expertise in leading, conducting and preparing audits.  This course is certified by RABQSA as well as IRCA.  Topics include the adoption of the process approach, understanding the standard, ISO 19011 audit guidelines, the RABQSA Auditor Certification Handbook, forming an audit team, conducting an audit meeting, documentation, nonconformities and more, are all taught with a hands-on, interactive approach and case studies while reducing lecture-based learning.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Perform audits based on ISO 19011:2002 Standard
  • Demonstrate an understanding of ISO 9001:2008
  • Apply RABQSA Auditor Certification Handbook
  • Link to Quality Management Principles
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize to the standard
  • Classify, record and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

ISO 9001:2008 Internal Quality Auditing

Length:  3 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 2.3

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Designed for both new and experienced auditors, participants will acquire the necessary skills to plan and perform 1st and 2nd party audits.  Learn the ISO 19011 standard on audit guidelines, understanding of the standard, how to form an audit team, conduct an audit meeting, forming and organizing necessary documentation, and handling nonconformities.  All training is done through the use of hands-on activities, using case studies, group activities, and reducing lecture-based learning to increase knowledge retention.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Perform audits based on the ISO 19011:2002 Standard
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the ISO 9001:2008 Standard and the Process Approach
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize according to the standard
  • Classify, record and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

ISO 9001:2008 Understanding and Internal Quality Auditing

Length:  3 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 2.0

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Designed for both new and experienced auditors, participants will acquire the necessary skills to plan and perform 1st and 2nd party audits.  Learn the ISO 19011 standard on audit guidelines, understanding of the standard, how to form an audit team, conduct an audit meeting, forming and organizing necessary documentation, and handling nonconformities.  All training is done through the use of hands-on activities, using case studies, group activities, and reducing lecture-based learning to increase knowledge retention.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Perform audits based on the ISO 19011:2002 Standard
  • Comply to the ISO 9001:2008 Standard by applying the Process Approach to your quality management system
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize according to the standard
  • Classify, record and resolve nonconformities

Understanding ISO 9001:2008 

Length:  2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 1.4

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Understanding the standard is the first place to start when beginning your certification, compliance, or simply wanting to learn the benefits of implementing an ISO 9001:2008 system.  Learn the concepts of the standard through the use of hands-on, interactive learning.  Discover the objectives, purpose, impacts, and benefits of the standard through a clause-by-clause review.

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the purpose and intent of the ISO 9001:2008 Standard through a clause-by-clause review
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the Process Approach and relate how it impacts the use of ISO 9001:2008
  • Application of each of the standard’s clauses
  • Develop and utilize Turtle Diagrams

ISO 9001:2008 Executive Understanding

Length:  1-2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  4-20

CEUs: Variable

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Executive Understanding is a modular course that can be customized to fit an organization’s needs. Intended for executives and upper level management to see the big picture of implementing the ISO 9001:2008 standard, its impacts, benefits, and requirements.  Available modules include: Executive Briefing, Describing the System, Factors for Successful Implementation, QMS Requirements Overview and Planning for Implementation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Module 1:  Executive Briefing (2 hours)
  • Module 2:  Describing the System (4 hours)
  • Module 3:  Factors for Successful Implementation (1 hour)
  • Module 4:  QMS Requirements Overview (1-2 hours)
  • Module 5:  Planning for Implementation (1-2 hours)

ISO/TS 16949:2009

RABQSA-Certified ISO 9001:2008 Lead Auditor Training with AIAG ISO/TS 16949:2009 Supplier Auditor Certification Training

Length:  5 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-10

CEUs: 3.8

Prerequisites: A series of questions to be answered by the student and turned in prior to or at the beginning of the course to demonstrate understanding of ISO/TS 16949

Description:

Lead Auditor training provides the necessary knowledge and skills for you to hone your expertise in leading, conducting and preparing audits.  This course is certified by RABQSA as well as IRCA.  Topics include the adoption of the process approach, understanding the standard, ISO 19011 audit guidelines, the RABQSA Auditor Certification Handbook, forming an audit team, conducting an audit meeting, documentation, nonconformities and more, are all taught with a hands-on, interactive approach and case studies while reducing lecture-based learning.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the Automotive Process Approach
  • Apply the Process Approach
  • Demonstrate an understanding of ISO/TS 16949:2009 Sector-specific Supplementations/Additions
  • Identify the linkages to Automotive Core Tools and Customer Requirements
  • Integrate Core Tools
  • Identify linkages to Quality Management Principles
  • Apply Rules 3rd Edition
  • Apply RABQSA Auditor Certification Handbook
  • Demonstrate Auditing Skills
  • Apply Audit skills

RABQSA-Certified ISO/TS 16949:2009 Internal Quality Auditing

Length:  3 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 2.3

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Designed for both new and experienced auditors, participants will acquire the necessary skills to plan and perform 1st and 2nd party audits.  Learn the ISO 19011 standard on audit guidelines, understanding of the standard, how to form an audit team, conduct an audit meeting, forming and organizing necessary documentation, and handling nonconformities.  All training is done through the use of hands-on activities, using case studies, group activities, and reducing lecture-based learning to increase knowledge retention.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the Automotive Process Approach
  • Apply the Process Approach
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the ISO/T S 16949:2009 Sector-specific Supplementations/Additions
  • Identify the linkages to Automotive Core Tools and Customer Requirements
  • Integrate Core Tools
  • Identify linkages to Quality Management Principles
  • Apply Rules 3rd Edition
  • Apply RABQSA Auditor Certification Handbook
  • Demonstrate auditing Skills
  • Apply audit skills

ISO/TS 16949:2009 Understanding and Internal Quality Auditing

Length:  3 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 2.3

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Designed for both new and experienced auditors, participants will acquire the necessary skills to plan and perform 1st and 2nd party audits.  Learn the ISO 19011 standard on audit guidelines, understanding of the standard, how to form an audit team, conduct an audit meeting, forming and organizing necessary documentation, and handling nonconformities.  All training is done through the use of hands-on activities, using case studies, group activities, and reducing lecture-based learning to increase knowledge retention.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the Automotive Process Approach
  • Apply the Process Approach
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the ISO/T S 16949:2009 Sector-specific Supplementations/Additions
  • Identify the linkages to Automotive Core Tools and Customer Requirements
  • Integrate Core Tools
  • Identify linkages to Quality Management Principles
  • Demonstrate auditing Skills
  • Apply audit skills

Understanding ISO/TS 16949:2009

Length:  2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 1.4

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Understanding the standard is the first place to start when beginning your certification, compliance, or simply wanting to learn the benefits of implementing an ISO/TS 16949:2009 system.  Learn the concepts of the standard through the use of hands-on, interactive learning.  Discover the objectives, purpose, impacts, and benefits of the standard through a clause-by-clause review.

Learning Objectives:

  • Apply each clause of the standard and relate the clause to the intent of the standard and how is linked by the Process Approach
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the impact on your organization of a decision to implement an ISO/TS 16949 quality management system
  • Identify customer oriented processes and maximize the benefits of ISO/TS 16949
  • Complete a GAP Analysis for your organization
  • Map key processes in relation to the requirements of ISO/TS 16949
  • Identify linkages to APQP, PPAP, FMEA, SPC and MSA

ISO/TS 16949  Executive Understanding

Length:  1-2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  4-20

CEUs: Variable

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Executive Understanding is a modular course that can be customized to fit an organization’s needs. Intended for executives and upper level management to see the big picture of implementing the ISO/TS 16949:2009 standard, its impacts, benefits, and requirements.  Available modules include: Executive Briefing, Describing the System, Factors for Successful Implementation, QMS Requirements Overview and Planning for Implementation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Module 1:  Executive Briefing (2 hours)
  • Module 2:  Describing the System (4 hours)
  • Module 3:  Factors for Successful Implementation (1 hour)
  • Module 4:  QMS Requirements Overview (1-2 hours)
  • Module 5:  Planning for Implementation (1-2 hours)

Implementing Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP), Control Plan and Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) 2nd Edition

Length:  2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 1.4

Prerequisites: Knowledge of automotive requirements is recommended

Description:

Learn the skills needed to implement the APQP process, develop control plans and complete the production part approval process smoothly, efficiently and effectively. Using simulations, groups will work with customer engineers to develop a customer requirement and take it from prototype to a functionally acceptable and capable part. Realism is enhanced as teams develop flow charts, process instructions and control plans for the product and carry them through the PPAP submission.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify key linkages between ISO/TS 16949:2009 and APQP, FMEA, MSA and SPC and demonstrate an understanding of the “big picture”
  • Identify the 5 phases of APQP
  • Identify PPAP submission requirements
  • Develop a functional timing plan for production and delivery of a simulated product
  • Identify features of developing a manufacturing system and its control plans, and validating the manufacturing process

Implementing the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Reference Manual 4th Edition

Length:  2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 1.4

Prerequisites: Knowledge of automotive requirements is recommended

Description:

Establish the foundation to avoid “Murphy’s Law” – the things that could go wrong don’t have to when you learn to use FMEAs successfully.  This course will teach you the skills to understand and use FMEAs and the concept of risk reduction and defect prevention.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define FMEA customers
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship of FMEA to Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP)
  • Identify the specifics of Design and Process FMEAs
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of risk and how to reduce the risk of failure
  • Develop FMEAs for your company or products, including how to complete an FMEA and reasoning for specific parts of the FMEA

Implementing Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)

Length:  2-3 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: Variable

Prerequisites: None

Description:

The purpose of this course is to provide the participant with the tools to perform various MSA applications within their organizations. The course is presented in several, self-contained modules to effectively drive the principles of MSA while enabling the participant to immediately tie the principles to their applications. The course allows for the organization to use their data, through application exercises to incorporate the concepts into actual outcomes. The course will present the methods necessary to analyze outcome data and to make decisions and recommendations based on the data.

Note: As this course is intended to be offered on-site it is essential that any desired work oriented data for review and analysis be provided to the trainer a week prior to the scheduled class

Learning Objectives:

  • Module 1:  Introduction to Principles of MSA (4 hours)
  • Module 2:  Using Minitab and Excel for MSA (4 hours)
  • Module 3:  Gage R&R (Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility) (4 hours)
  • Module 4:  ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) (4 hours)
  • Module 5:  Attribute Gage R&R (Optional) (6 hours)

Implementing Statistical Process Control (SPC)

Length:  1 day Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: .7

Prerequisites: A working knowledge of ISO/TS 16949, the FMEA process, familiarity with Microsoft Excel and a laptop loaded with Excel

Description:

This is a one-day intense look at the methods for implementing and applying the principles of statistical process control to manufacturing processes.  The course will include activities that provide the participant with the tools necessary to establish an effective SPC system at their facility.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the linkage of SPC and the Measurement Studies with ISO/TS 16949:2009 requirements and the 4th edition FMEA and PPAP
  • Incorporate the use of the 4th Edition FMEA and PPAP in applied activities
  • Develop SPC tools based on defining customer requirements and acceptance of criteria
  • Apply software to the calculation of Control Limits and incorporation of measurement studies process to the selected Process Controls

AS9100:2009 Revision C

RABQSA-Certified ISO 9001:2008 Lead Auditor Training with IAQG-Sanctioned Aerospace Auditor Transition Training to AS9100:2009 Revision C

Length:  5 days   Number of Participants (per 2 trainers): 8-12

CEUs: 5.0

Prerequisites:

  • Online Component: Foundations:  Understanding AS9100C
  • Online Component:  Fundamentals of Auditing

Description:

This course is taught by a trainer as well as an AS9100C content expert.  This is a 5-day RABQSA-Certified AS9100 Lead Auditor where you can receive:

  • RABQSA Lead Auditor Certificate
  • IAQG-Sanctioned Aerospace Auditor Transition Training Certificate

This course meets the training requirements for anyone pursuing AA, AEA or AIEA certification

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the Process Approach
  • Perform audits based on ISO 19011:2002 guidance and the effective use of 9101D
  • Demonstrate an understanding of AS9100:2009 Revision C and how to audit these requirements based on the Process Approach
  • Apply RABQSA Auditor Certification Handbook
  • Link the AS9100 Standard to Quality Management Principles
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize to the standard
  • Classify, record and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

IAQG-Sanctioned Aerospace Auditor Transition Training

Length:  4 days   Number of Participants (per 2 trainers):  8-12

CEUs: 4.0

Prerequisites: Online Component Foundations: Understanding AS9100C

Description:

The Aerospace Auditor Transition Training is the course which has been mandated and sanctioned by the IAQG for all current AAs, AEAs, and AIEAs to meet the new training requirement for AS9100;2009  Revision C. This course is applicable and beneficial to internal auditors, Implementation teams, OEMs, and non-aerospace auditors looking to become Aerospace auditors. The course is process-based to add value for those implementation members who desire to learn how to audit for effectiveness as well as compliance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the Process Approach
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the AS9100C Standard
  • Utilize process-based auditing techniques and methodologies
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the requirements and intent of AS9100C
  • Apply knowledge through a practicum based on the AS9101 Revision D Standard as follows:
    • o A combination of lecture, case study, videos, role-playing and group activities
    • o Understand how to audit AS9100C for effectiveness as well as compliance with the application of the Process Approach
    • o Application and proper use of AS9101 forms (to include the NCR)
    • o Interview builds on data collected during the class.  This interview is conducted as a “technical review” of forms and documents collected during an audit based on AS9101 Revision D

AS9100C Understanding and Internal Auditor Training

Length:  3 days Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 2.3

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Designed for both new and experienced auditors, participants will acquire the necessary skills to plan and perform 1st and 2nd party audits.  Learn the ISO 19011 standard on audit guidelines, understanding of the standard, how to form an audit team, conduct an audit meeting, forming and organizing necessary documentation, and handling nonconformities.  All training is done through the use of hands-on activities, using case studies, group activities, and reducing lecture-based learning to increase knowledge retention.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Perform audits based on ISO 19011:2002 guidance and the effective use of 9101D
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the Process Approach
  • Link the AS9100C Standard to Quality Management Principles
  • Identify the requirements of an auditor
  • Form an audit team
  • Plan, prepare and execute and audit
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize according to the standard
  • Classify, record and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

Understanding AS9100C

Length:  2 days Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 1.4

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Understanding the standard is the first place to start when beginning your certification, compliance, or simply wanting to learn the benefits of implementing an AS9100C system.  Learn the concepts of the standard through the use of hands-on, interactive learning.  Discover the objectives, purpose, impacts, and benefits of the standard through a clause-by-clause review.

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the purpose and intent of AS9100C Standard through a clause-by-clause review
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the Process Approach and relate how it impacts the use of AS9100C
  • Application of each of the standard’s clauses
  • Develop and utilize Turtle Diagrams

AS9100C Executive Understanding

Length:  1-2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  4-20

CEUs: Variable

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Executive Understanding is a modular course that can be customized to fit an organization’s needs. Intended for executives and upper level management to see the big picture of implementing the AS9100C standard, its impacts, benefits, and requirements.  Available modules include:  Executive Briefing, Describing the System, Factors for Successful Implementation, QMS Requirements Overview and Planning for Implementation

Learning Objectives:

  • Module 1:  Executive Briefing (2 hours)
  • Module 2:  Describing the System (4 hours)
  • Module 3:  Factors for Successful Implementation (1 hour)
  • Module 4:  QMS Requirements Overview (1-2 hours)
  • Module 5:  Planning for Implementation (1-2 hours)

ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems (EMS)

RABQSA-Certified ISO 14001:2004 Lead Auditor Training

Length:  5 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-10

CEUs: 3.6

Prerequisites: A series of questions to be answered by the student and turned in prior to or at the beginning of the course to demonstrate understanding of the ISO 14001:2004 Standard

Description:

Lead Auditor training provides the necessary knowledge and skills for you to hone your expertise in leading, conducting and preparing audits.  This course is certified by RABQSA as well as IRCA.  Topics include the adoption of the process approach, understanding the standard, ISO 19011 audit guidelines, the RABQSA Auditor Certification Handbook, forming an audit team, conducting an audit meeting, documentation, nonconformities and more, are all taught with a hands-on, interactive approach and case studies while reducing lecture-based learning.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Perform audits based on ISO 19011:2002 Standard
  • Demonstrate an understanding of ISO 14001:2004
  • Apply RABQSA Auditor Certification Handbook
  • Link to Quality Management Principles
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize to the standard
  • Classify, record and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

ISO 14001:2004 Understanding and Internal Auditor Training

Length:  2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 1.4

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Designed for both new and experienced auditors, participants will acquire the necessary skills to plan and perform 1st and 2nd party audits.  Learn the ISO 19011 standard on audit guidelines, understanding of the standard, how to form an audit team, conduct an audit meeting, forming and organizing necessary documentation, and handling nonconformities.  All training is done through the use of hands-on activities, using case studies, group activities, and reducing lecture-based learning to increase knowledge retention.  Essentially, learn by doing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Perform audits based on the ISO 19011:2002 Standard
  • Define Environmental Management System terminology and identify the ISO 14001:2004 Requirements
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize according to the standard
  • Classify, record, and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

Understanding ISO 14001:2004

Length:  1 day   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: .7

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Understanding the standard is the first place to start when beginning your certification, compliance, or simply wanting to learn the benefits of implementing an ISO 14001:2004 system.  Learn the concepts of the standard through the use of hands-on, interactive learning.  Discover the objectives, purpose, impacts, and benefits of the standard through a clause-by-clause review.

Learning Objectives:

  • Perform audits based on the ISO 19011:2002 Standard
  • Comply to the ISO 14001:2004 Standard by applying the Process Approach to your quality management system
  • Identify Principles of HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point)
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize according to the standard
  • Classify, record, and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

ISO 14001:2004 Executive Understanding

Length:  1-2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  4-20

CEUs: Variable

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Executive Understanding is a modular course that can be customized to fit an organization’s needs. Intended for executives and upper level management to see the big picture of implementing the ISO 14001:2004 EMS standard, its impacts, benefits, and requirements. Available modules include: Executive Briefing, Describing the System, Factors for Successful Implementation, QMS Requirements Overview and Planning for Implementation

Learning Objectives:

  • Module 1:  Executive Briefing (2 hours)
  • Module 2:  Describing the System (4 hours)
  • Module 3:  Factors for Successful Implementation (1 hour)
  • Module 4:  QMS Requirements Overview (1-2 hours)
  • Module 5:  Planning for Implementation (1-2 hours)

FSSC 22000:2005

FSSC 22000:2005 Internal Auditor Training

Length:  3 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 2.1

Prerequisites: None

Description:

FSSC 22000 combines ISO 22000:2005 and PAS 220:2008 into a comprehensive food safety management system based on the principles of HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) and prerequisite programs. This certification scheme requires the identification and analysis of hazards that could reasonably occur within the food chain – from farms, through processing and packaging, to warehousing, and delivery to the customer. These hazards are documented and appropriate controls are put in place to ensure the safety of the food supply. PAS 220:2008 requires established prerequisite programs to ensure food safety in the manufacturing portion of the food chain.

Learning Objectives:

  • Perform audits based on the ISO 19011:2002 Standard
  • Comply to the ISO 22000:2005 Standard by applying the Process Approach to your quality management system
  • Identify Principles of HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point)
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize according to the standard
  • Classify, record, and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

Understanding FSSC 22000:2005

Length:  1 day   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: .7

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Understanding the standard is the first place to start when beginning your certification, compliance, or simply wanting to learn the benefits of implementing an ISO FSSC 22000:2005 system. Learn the concepts of the standard through the use of hands-on, interactive learning.  Discover the objectives, purpose, impacts, and benefits of the standard through a clause-by-clause review.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify requirements of ISO 22000:2005 and PAS 220:2208
  • Identify linkages of the ISO 22000:2005 and PAS 220:2008 requirements to HACCP and prerequisite programs
  • Implement effectively the FSSC 22000 Food Safety Management System based on these linkages
  • Define the Food Safety Management System terminology
  • Identify requirements for Documentation and Records

FSSC 22000:2005 Executive Understanding

Length:  1-2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  4-20

CEUs: Variable

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Executive Understanding is a modular course that can be customized to fit an organization’s needs. Intended for executives and upper level management to see the big picture of implementing the XXXX standard, its impacts, benefits, and requirements. Available modules include: Executive Briefing, Describing the System, Factors for Successful Implementation, QMS Requirements Overview and Planning for Implementation

Learning Objectives:  

  • Module 1:  Executive Briefing (2 hours)
  • Module 2:  Describing the System (4 hours)
  • Module 3:  Factors for Successful Implementation (1 hour)
  • Module 4:  QMS Requirements Overview (1-2 hours)
  • Module 5:  Planning for Implementation (1-2 hours) 

ISO/IEC 17025:2005 

ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Understanding and Internal Auditing Training

Length:  1 day Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: .7

Prerequisites: Understanding ISO 17025

Description:

For internal auditors assigned to audit internal test and/or calibration laboratories, this one-day course is designed to provide participants with a foundational understanding of auditing compliance to the ISO/IEC 17025 Standard. The course includes a simulated audit of internal test and calibration laboratories, so participants can develop and refine their newly acquired knowledge and skills.

Learning Objectives:

  • ISO 19011:2002 Standard on performing audits
  • Comply to the ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Standard by applying the Process Approach to your quality management system
  • Work directly with auditing the requirements of ISO /IEC 17025 using case study material from actual laboratory settings
  • Form an audit team
  • Conduct an audit meeting
  • Determine needed documentation and organize according to the standard
  • Classify, record, and resolve nonconformities
  • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities

Understanding FSSC 22000:2005

Length:  2 days   Number of Participants (per trainer):  6-20

CEUs: 1.4

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Understanding the standard is the first place to start when beginning your certification, compliance, or simply wanting to learn the benefits of implementing an ISO/IEC 17025 system.  Learn the concepts of the standard through the use of hands-on, interactive learning.  Discover the objectives, purpose, impacts, and benefits of the standard through a clause-by-clause review.

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of laboratory competence and organization
  • Identify allowances and waivers that are allowed
  • Implement a compliant system in any type of laboratory setting
  • Apply and implement of ISO/IEC 17025 in calibration and testing laboratory settings
  • Define vocabulary associated with laboratory competence and control
  • Work directly with the requirements using case study material from actual laboratory settings

CONTACT THE COORDINATOR

Sara Malloy  sara.malloy@sjcd.edu  281-922-2644

David Lewis  david.lewis@sjcd.edu  281-542-2061