Quality Auditing Qualification – Auditing Principles and Processes

Posted 23 April 2013 / No comments

In the Quality Auditing qualification you’ll learn about the auditing principles behind Quality Auditing. Auditing Principles So, how do we know whether the audit has been completed effectively? Simply by adhering to the Auditing Principles contained within ‘AS/NZS ISO 19011:2003 Guidelines for quality and/or environmental management systems auditing’, which are as follows: Ethical Conduct: the

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Quality Auditing Training – More Techniques in Quality Auditing

Posted 16 April 2013 / No comments

Part  1: Quality Auditing – The Techniques in Quality Auditing Observation In the Quality Auditing you’ll learn about observation as a technique.  Many clues to things being not quite as they seem are available to the watchful auditor. The auditee may be giving the best and most accurate description of their system, but physical evidence

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Quality Auditing Training– The Techniques in Quality Auditing

Posted 9 April 2013 / 1 comment

In the Quality Auditing qualification you’ll learn about variety of techniques you can adopt throughout your audit. Auditors typically pick the one or a combination of a few techniques they are comfortable with and are confident will assist them in the type of audit they are conducting.  We will explore a few techniques to consider here.

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PMP—What is the Project Management Professional Qualification?

Posted 3 April 2013 / No comments

When you attain your Diploma in Project Management from LMIT, you also become a Student Member of AIPM for the duration of your course and once you complete your Project Management course with us, you qualify to become an Associate Member of AIPM where you will automatically gain the Certified Practising Project Practitioner (CPPP) certification.

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Quality Auditing Certification– Tips in Initiating Audits

Posted 2 April 2013 / No comments

In the Quality Auditing qualification you’ll learn about important considerations when performing the audit. Entry Meetings In all Second party and Third Party Audits, an Entry Meeting is required at the commencement of your visit to the auditee site. The purpose of this meeting is to give all interested parties an opportunity to confirm details and/or

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Quality Auditing Training – Auditing Team Roles and Responsibilities

Posted 26 March 2013 / No comments

In the Quality Auditing qualification you’ll learn about the different roles and responsibilities of the Audit Team. The Lead Auditor is responsible for: Leading the team and deciding on allocation of audit activities Communicating with the auditee to confirm audit plans Monitoring the performance of auditors within the team Check for adequacy any checklists and other

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Quality Auditing Training – The Different Types of Audits

Posted 19 March 2013 / 5 comments

While by no means is this list exhaustive of all types of audit, the ones listed here are the common audit types utilized within the Quality Auditing qualification. Process Audit Process Audit is used to review, evaluate and process, to confirm its effectiveness and/or compliance with documented procedures. This type of audit is commonly an

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Quality Auditing Qualification – Introduction to Quality Auditing

Posted 12 March 2013 / No comments

In the Quality Auditing qualification you’ll learn everything  about quality auditing. Before getting into the details, let us first tackle the basics of auditing. What is an audit? Prior to exploring the process of preparing, carrying out and reporting upon an audit let’s first examine what an audit is. The definition as extracted from 3.1 of

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Diploma in Management Brisbane – Victor Vroom’s Motivational Theory

Posted 5 March 2013 / No comments

Victor Vroom’s Theory of Motivation – Managers Training in Brisbane Another famous student of motivation was Victor Vroom. He suggested that a person’s motivation to perform any task was a result of the value he or she placed on the outcome, multiplied by the probability they felt it had of occurring. The relationship can be

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