AIAG Training Services

ISO/IEC 17025 Internal Quality Auditing Training

In this one-day course, develop a foundation for auditing compliance to, and implementation of, the ISO/IEC 17025 standard. Hands-on instruction with a simulated audit of internal test and calibration laboratories will develop and refine the knowledge and skills you learn in this course.

Prerequisites: Knowledge of ISO/IEC 17025 or Understanding ISO/IEC 17025 course attendance.

NOTE: Attendance to the entire course is required to receive a Certificate of Attendance with CEUs.
 

CEU credit: 0.80

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Pricing & Time
Member:$325.00
Non-Member:$425.00
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Class Offerings
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On Demand Southfield, MI USA - N/A
Contact: trainingcontact@aiag.org for registration information.

* Courses are scheduled based on demand. If you are interested in attending this course, please provide us with your information and we will contact you when a course date is scheduled.

For onsite training information and a price quote please call (248) 358-3570.


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Who Should Attend

  • Managers and supervisors of internal test laboratories and internal calibration laboratories
  • Those responsible for purchase and control of services for external test laboratories and external calibration laboratories
  • Members of internal auditing teams who may be assigned auditing of internal laboratories

Course Outline

    • Perform audits ISO 19011:2002 Standard
    • Apply the Process Approach to comply to the ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Standard
    • Apply audit techniques to meet the requirements of ISO /IEC 17025 using case study material from actual laboratory settings
    • Form an audit team
      • Choose who needs to be on it
      • Determine roles & responsibilities of each individual
    • Conduct an audit meeting
      • Choose who needs to be there from the audit team
      • Choose who needs to be there from the organization receiving the audit
      • Create an agenda
      • Determine what reports are needed and how to form them
    • Determine needed Documentation
      • Determine what is needed
      • Organize according to the ISO 19011:2002 Standard
    • Classify, record, and resolve Nonconformities
      • Implement preventative measures to avoid future nonconformities