Internal Auditor Training

The focus of this 2 day workshop is to review the fundamentals and basic steps critical for internal auditors including: forming and asking questions, opening and closing meetings, writing non-conformances, preparing reports, and applying the process audit concept.

Dec 31st, 1969
Dec 31st, 1969

The focus of this 2 day workshop is to review the fundamentals and basic steps critical for internal auditors including: forming and asking questions, opening and closing meetings, writing non-conformances, preparing reports, and applying the process audit concept.  Content and specifics will be adjusted based on the needs of our attendees.  Auditing concepts can be applied to numerous internal and external auditing approaches, including those compliant with HACCP, GFSI approved FSMS standards (i.e., FSSC, PAS, BRC, SQF, etc.), ISO standards, and specific company second party (i.e., suppliers, corporate programs, etc.) standards and protocols.  Case studies and standards discussed focus on the interests and industry needs of our attendees.  Instructors:  Debby Newslow and Nancy E. McDonald

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