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Overview
The QMS lead auditor course provides detailed hands on training on auditing principles and processes that ensure individuals who conduct audits have the knowledge, skill and qualification to conduct effective audits. Participants are assessed on attendance, participation in training, continuous assessment and an end of course examination. Delegates that complete the course successfully will receive an IEMA (International Environmental Management) independently accredited certificate for lead auditors and can apply to IRCA (International Register of Certified Auditors) to be a registered auditor. The course is jointly run with BSI International BV.

Who should attend
Auditors, individuals that implement Management Systems(MS), HSE Advisors with experience in implementing and auditing MS

Duration: 5 days | Time: 8:00am – 6:00 pm daily. Plus after-course work in the night

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