Certificate IV in Leadership and Management (Quality focused)

Posted 6 October 2014 / No comments

Course detail Qualification Certificate IV National code BSB42015 Recognition Nationally recognised – meets AQF standards Study mode Online Study load Self-paced (eg 8hrs a week/1 unit p/mth) Duration Up to 12 months Start date Enrol anytime Payment options – weekly, fortnightly or monthly payment plan – upfront payment – credit card, bank deposit, cheque. .request-form

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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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Certificate IV in Quality Auditing – What is a Quality Audit?

Posted 17 January 2013 / 1 comment

What is an Audit for Quality? 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 AS/NZS ISO 19011:2003 Guidelines for quality and/or environmental management systems auditing is as follows: Audit is a systematic, independent and documented

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What is a Quality Aussurance Management Plan?

Posted 25 October 2012 / No comments

Diploma Quality Auditing – Performing Quality Assurance Quality assurance (QA) is the application of planned, systematic quality activities to ensure that the project will employ all processes needed to meet requirements. A quality assurance department, or similar organisation, often oversees quality assurance activities. Quality Assurance concerns the entire project performance, not just the deliverables. QA

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Conducting a Quality Assurance Audit – Key Techniques

Posted 30 March 2012 / No comments

Here are some key techniques you should be using when conducting a quality assurance audit: Time Management During a Quality Assurance Audit It is important throughout the quality audit to manage your time well.  Arrive on time and don’t take longer than originally scheduled.  Remember the auditees are busy and have to carry on with

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