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Internal Auditor Training | IATF 16949:2016
This intensive, two-day course presents intent comprehension of the IATF 16949:2016 and audit requirements. This includes IATF 16949:2016 Technical Specification (TS 16949:2009), Terms, Concepts, Principles, Elements of Core Tools Application, Audit Requirements, Qualities required by Auditors, Auditing Difficulties, and Standard Interpretation Difficulties.
This Internal Auditor training course has the primary objective of making participants understand the requirements, the terms, concepts, and principles involved in the standard, and comprehend the intent of the standard. The course covers a detailed explanation on auditing challenges, understanding challenges, interpretation challenges, implementation challenges, challenges due to the prescriptive nature of the standard IATF 16949:2016.
Finally, the course emphasizes the effective methods of documented information and the advantages of, a, simplified and comprehensive one level documentation. This One level Documentation is an evidence-based system which offers proof of implementation for the standard’s requirements. This 2-day internal auditor training course includes mock exercises to make the participants confident about what they have learned and apply them in their work area right away.
- IATF 16949:2016 Management Representatives
- Potential Internal Auditors
- Process Owners
- Students willing to get work as IATF 16949:2016 Internal Auditors
- Working knowledge of the IATF 16949:2016 standard is desirable but not essential
- Internal manufacturing and nonmanufacturing process knowledge with intent to improve and passion to work with people
- Students with academic interest must have working knowledge about how systems and processes work in any facility they have the interest in
- IATF 16949:2016 and related standards
- Cross Reference Table between IATF 16949:2016 and TS 16949:2009
- Student Workbook
- Training program overview
- Intent comprehension of IATF 16949:2016 standard
- Comprehension of the new terms used in the standard
- Overview of the standard’s definitions, concepts, & principles
- Quality Management System requirements
- Quality Management principles
- Documented information
- Quiz on IATF 16949:2016 standard
- The quality audit cycle as per ISO 19011:2018
- Challenges auditors face in IATF 16949:2016 standard
- Planning the audit
- Humanistic elements in auditing
- Practice audit activities
- Audit interviewing techniques
- Audit reporting techniques
- Post-audit activities
- Mock audits
- Review and feedback on mock audits from the trainer
- This 2-day course involves state of the art audio visual presentation,
- Training through hands-on exercises and quiz at the end of each day
- The course would be interactive and provides for question/ answer session each day
- At the end of the course participants will have an opportunity to test their acquired knowledge with hands-on exercises by way of a mock audit and feedback from the trainer.
- Feedback will point out the best points learnt by the participant and the worst points which need improvement, to avoid errors in internal auditing.
- Participants learn how to apply the process approach in auditing and leave the training with perfect templates to apply a process approach in auditing
- Participants fully understand Risk Based Thinking (RBT) and leave with an effective tool to apply this concept and learn how to list, mitigate and assess Risk to realize the desired results
- Participants learn the use and importance of all documented processes mandated by the standard
- Learning how to develop simplified documentation system is another take away to the attendees along with a clear understanding of newly introduced term entitled documented information
- Thorough understanding of auditing principles, concepts, tools and techniques as specified in management system auditing standard ISO 19011:2018
- Learning how to use process approach and apply this auditing technique to realize best audit findings
- Cost saving by avoiding external auditors
- Students have another feather to their resume, which may help them find a career
QSE’s process approach application for auditing is unique with the audit reporting tool called Process Approach Audit Prompt List.
Intent comprehension of all the clauses of ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016 is QSE’s major focus of this training rather than just what the standard needs.
We differentiate ourselves from other training providers in providing problems from the ISO 9001:2015 standard to maximize auditing effectiveness.
QSE provides a useful word list and useful phrases list as an aid to write effective audit reports. You will never have a wrongly written nonconformity during internal audits by using these terms and phrases.
QSE’s 2-day long training includes mock audits. All participants’ audits are critiqued with meaningful feedback which can be used for instantaneous usage. Very powerful feedback.
As a trained internal auditor, one can assist organizations in conducting more effective internal audits and supplier audits.
- Fee: $1,195 USD
- Two days of instruction, discussion, and assignments
- Tuition covers student materials, lunch and refreshments
- 2-day classes, regular rate $1,195 per participant
- “Anytime Group” of 3 or more, get a discount of $100 per person
- Register 60 days ahead and receive a $75 discount.
- Register 30 days ahead and receive a $50 discount.
Please follow the link below to be directed to the Training Calendar and choose the course. You may fill in admission form and pay the fees online to be enrolled in the course.
Please call (770) 518-9967 for the discounts mentioned above. If you would like to request a proposal for our services at your location, please submit a Proposal Request.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Trainer is a highly experienced lead auditor. He is a member of ISO/TC 176 and ISO/TC 207 the technical committees responsible for writing the standards.
No, training is completed in two days. At the end of training, participants will have the chance to put the theory they learned into practice to understand the theory better.
Internal auditors will be trained to make it clear to the auditee that they are auditing the system and not the person. There is nothing personal in an internal audit.