Note: All affected IRCA Certificated Auditors were required to have successfully completed our IRCA-Certified Transition Training course before 1st September 2018. As this deadline has now expired, we recommend that you now consider enrolling on our IRCA Certified QMS Lead Auditor - AS9100:2016 Rev D variant 5-day course.
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There are substantial differences between the 2015 version of ISO 9001 and the previous standard. Transition training is the best way of ensuring that IRCA Certificated Auditors are up-to-date with the changes to therefore maintain the integrity of the IRCA Register. It is an opportunity to develop new process-based auditing skills and add more value to organisations. By doing so, IRCA Certificated Auditors can make sure they are up-to-date and can audit against the new standards earlier. This course is unique in that it also addresses the requirements for auditing the AS9100:2016 Rev D aerospace and defence standard – in line with the requirements of AS9101:2016 which are mandatory for Certification Body auditors. The course includes Module 1 - Annex SL.
All sessions embody the principles and practices of accelerated learning and include structured individual and team exercises.
Summary of the key ISO 9001:2015 changes
Understanding the need for change (ISO 9001)
Summary of the key AS9100:2016 series changes
Understanding the need for change (AS9100)
Publication dates and transition periods
The complete 2016 series of standards
Introduction to the HLS (High Level Structure)
Annex SL and Appendix 2
The ‘HLS’ and the ‘core concepts’
The high level structure D clauses
Understanding ISO 9001:2015 terminology
Requirements for planning the quality management system
Outcomes of the QMS – products and services
the requirements for planning the quality management system
The context of the organization
Determining the ‘purpose’ & ‘strategic direction’
Understanding ‘values’ in the aerospace/defence context
Understanding and auditing ‘external issues’ and ‘internal issues’
Methodologies for determining internal and external issues –
S-W-O-T and PESTEL
Interested parties and their requirements
Scope of the QMS
Risks and opportunities
Examples of risk management methodologies –
Risk register (miscellaneous & external providers)
Processes (Turtle Diagram)
Processes (Fishbone Diagram)
P & DFMEA (Process & Design Failure Modes and Effects Analysis)
Understanding quality policy
Evaluating quality policy
Communicating the quality policy
Quality objectives and planning to achieve them
Requirements relating to quality objectives
Sources of an organization’s (quality) objectives
Auditing leadership and management review
Definitions of leadership (QMP #2 & ISO 9000:2015)
High-profile new and revised requirements
Quality management system and its processes
Strengthened focus on the process approach
Identifying different types of QMS processes
interaction between the processes
QMS documented information
Definition of documented information
QMS-related documented information –
aerospace/defence quality manual requirements
Performing a QMS document review –
maintained documented information
retained documented information
In-company courses may be organised at any time and are extremely cost-effective on a ‘cost-per-student’ basis. The host company is responsible for the venue costs.
We can accommodate up to 10 (maximum) delegates per session.Details/quote
All currently certified IRCA QMS Auditors - all grades (e.g. QMS Lead Auditor, QMS Principal Auditor, QMS Internal Auditor, etc.).
The aim of this course is to provide Quality Management Systems (QMS) auditors with the knowledge and skills required to perform first, second and third-party audits of quality management systems against ISO 9001:2015, in accordance with ISO 19011 and ISO/IEC 17021:2015.
Because the course is applicable to the AS9100:2016 series of standards (AS9110 and AS9120) and the requirements for auditing contained in AS9101:2016 are also incorporated.
In addition, transition training can be provided to anyone – not just IRCA Certificated QMS Auditors. This could include individuals who have previously completed IRCA Certified QMS Training and have chosen not to register with IRCA. Transition training will offer valuable skills for any auditors who wish to keep their audit skills and knowledge up-to-date and incorporate the aerospace/defence standards and auditing requirements.
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