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IRCA CPD Approved | A Workshop based Programme ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 Interpretation Courses based on Draft International Standard, DIS)

Posted on 18 September 2014


ISO 9001:2015 Interpretation Workshop | ISO 14001:2015 Interpretation Workshop
    
Good nIRCA Approved CPD 2014ews! If you are currently looking to get the latest updates about ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015, you can now attend these IRCA approved CPD courses.


A worksh
op that interprets requirements and explains the rationale
Each training is a workshop based programme that interprets the new requirements in detail that enables participants to have a good grasp of the changes in the Quality and Environmental Management System. Each workshop also covers the rationale and foundations of the standards to help understand how the requirements evolved over the decades, its future and implications to the business.

Approval from world’s largest professional body for auditors (IRCA)

IRCA (International Register of Certificated Auditors) approval as CPD courses is an added value to Neville Clarke’s already reputable quality training programmes.  IRCA is recognised as the world’s leading professional body for management system auditors, representing over 10,000 registered auditors around the world.  Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a requirement for auditors to update their professional knowledge, personal skills and competencies.

It is designed for practitioners
These Interpretation Workshops are suitable for organisations practising ISO 9001:2008 and/or ISO 14001:2004. These courses are recommended for all functions and levels of employees who need to gain knowledge of the differences in the new standards.  In particular, these programmes are suitable for personnel assigned to prepare for a successful transition to the new standards, in particular the Management Representatives (MRs) and process owners.

Counting down with a plan
The new versions of ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 are expected to be major change. If transition is not tackled with a strategic plan, how would organisations expect the management systems to deliver results? You can now equip yourself by moving ahead and keeping updated with Neville Clarke

1. Get to know the differences between the old and new version.

2.   Interpret the new requirements through upcoming workshops.