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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Management Diploma Online – Seven Categories of Motivation

Posted 28 February 2013 / 2 comments

The 7 Categories of Motivation Taught in the Management Diploma Online The job of a manager is to get the work done through his employees. In order to succeed, the manager needs to motivate team members. There are seven broad categories for motivation: •    Positive reinforcement •    Effective discipline and punishment •    Treating people fairly

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Diploma of Management – Three Basic Types of Human Communication

Posted 26 February 2013 / No comments

In our Management Diploma you’ll be exposed to the three basic communication skills: speaking, listening, and asking questions. Speaking skills are essential for a good leader. You have to be able to: Plan and organise what you are going to say Use appropriate language for the target group Modulate and vary your voice Ensure that

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Diploma Human Resources – The 4 Stages of Group Dynamics

Posted 21 February 2013 / No comments

In the Diploma Human Resources you will learn about the 4 Stages of Group Dynamics. We will call the four stages: Formation Frustration Resolution Results Remembering the names are not critically important, what is of value is the understanding that almost all teams go through these stages. Formation When a team first starts, members are

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How to Measure the Relevance and Accuracy of OHS Information

Posted 14 February 2013 / No comments

Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety – Measuring the Accuracy and Relevance of OHS Information and Data For information to be accurate it must be reliable, valid and current. It must also be complete with no gaps that would affect its accuracy. Reliability* refers to the consistency or repeatability of the information, while validity* addresses

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Where to Access OHS Information in Your Company – Diploma Occupational Health and Safety

Posted 12 February 2013 / No comments

ACCESS SOURCES OF OHS INFORMATION AND DATA The Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety teaches the management of OHS is all about good quality information that may be gleaned from a number of sources both inside and outside the workplace. Data and information enables systematic management of OHS and effective control of OHS risk by:

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