New Standard for Transition Auditors


Many people have been familiar with what the requirements of auditors were in the old ISO 9001 standard, but with the implementation of the ISO 9001:2015 standard, there came new requirements, and they ought to be learned by the auditors performing their duties. The new standard has shifted its emphasis and now demands a lot more direct involvement in the system of the management by the top managerial units. This will definitely lead both the internal and the external auditors to widen their focus a lot more. That is why all the auditors ought to start taking new courses in order to be as better as they can in performing their new duties.

What Does the Course Do?

The ISO 9001 courses from Bywater make the auditors familiarise themselves with the new standards only last two days, and are nothing difficult, but are something that is extremely important. They explore the very structure of the new standard, as well as the terminology used in it, and interpret the standard to the delegates. All of this allows the delegates attending thee courses to understand how the standard was changed and what’s new in it. Also, these courses allow the delegates to identify themselves the changes made in order to fully understand this new standard and work under it. These courses are also really important for the auditors because they get implemented with the changes which are required in order to recognize the implications that these new changes are going to cause for the companies or organizations. And finally, and perhaps the most importantly, these courses will upgrade the requirements of the registered auditors.

Key Topics of the Course

The topics shared in this course are essential for understanding and working under the new standard. They include the topic of understanding the differences between the old and the new standards, including the terminology changes, and the interpretations of them. One of the key topics in these courses has to be the new standards for the management systems, which include the context of organization, as well as its scope and the objectives, the leadership, the risk managing, the planning, and the support. Another key topics is definitely going to be the right approach the auditor ought to take in order to assess the changes. Other key topics include the involvement of the top management, what the new implications for the organizations this new standard is going to bring, and the timeline for the transition from the old to the new standard.

What are the Outcomes?

By the end of this course, all the delegates ought to be able to spot and recognize the differences between the old and the new standard and fully understand them, all the delegates are going to be able to say what it is that needs to change in order for the company or organization they work for to meet these new demands and standards, all the delegates should know how to plan and write the revisions of their old management systems in order to implement new changes, and all the delegates that are registered auditors are going to get their IRCA status upgraded.