The Basics of Internal Auditing
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What is an internal audit?
In order to control, improve and monitor a quality management system, it is must be periodically evaluated. One way to do this, is with an internal audit. Many quality schemes require companies to preform regular internal audits. An internal audit is carried out to investigate whether work is being done in practice as it is laid down and agreed upon. In addition, screening the company offers opportunities to discover which aspects within the company can be improved. Unlike an external audit, you perform the internal audit yourself.
Wat does an internal auditor do?
During an internal audit, the auditor conducts interviews, assesses documents and reports on the audit. An audit plan must be drawn up prior to the audit. In this internal audit training, techniques are taught to independently perform internal audits. You can use these techniques within your organisation, but also for external supplier assessments. The training is given by experienced consultants who have already performed internal audits at numerous companies. You will learn from experts how to conduct an internal audit.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
- prepare an audit plan;
- prepare an audit;
- conducting an audit interview using different techniques;
- perform an assessment of quality documents;
- write an internal audit report.
This module has been specifically developed for employees who carry out (or will carry out) internal audits within their own organisation or at suppliers. The focus is on companies in the food and feed sectors.
Level: MBO+ / HBO.
The course takes a whole day. The internal auditing course is only given in-company. Is your organisation certified according to ISO 22000, ISO 9001, GMP+ FSA or another scheme that requires you to perform internal audits? During the course there is a lot of attention for the daily practice of your company.
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