Don’t go into a panic – know how to prepare and respond to an audit. This course provides the solution to assisting managers, supervisors and employees understand, prepare for and participate in workplace audits. Due to the many contexts auditing occurs within (for example, safety, accreditation, public funding, legal compliance) an understanding of the processes undertaken can assist organisations to streamline audit activities and provide external or internal auditors with the evidence they require effectively and efficiently. Overcoming defensive views when gaps are identified during audits can be challenging. However, providing a clear understanding of how to prepare for and participate within audits and respond to non-conformance reports, can assist your organisation to seamlessly undertake necessary auditing activities.
The course includes the skills and knowledge required to prepare, participate and conduct an audit and covers:
• auditing - methods and secrets revealed,
• preparing to be audited,
• how to conduct an internal or supplier/contractor audit,
• receiving and respond to audit findings – including NCR’s (Non-Conformance Reports).
While the context of the course will vary according to participants’ needs, case studies and activities will focus on Work Health and Safety (WHS) and Quality Management Systems (QMS).
This one day course is designed for all employers, managers, supervisors and employees who need to prepare and respond to an audit.
Morning tea is provided. Participants are advised to bring their own lunch or purchase from the local cafes.
On completion of this course, participants should have developed a good understanding of:
• how to plan for an audit,
• auditing techniques,
• quality evidence,
• how to respond to the audit results.
All relevant course materials are included.
Pen/pencil and notebook.
Participants will be awarded an RMIT Certificate of Attendance.
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