G3 Solutions, Inc.

COURSE: INTERNAL AUDITING USING THE PROCESS APPROACH
One of the most important factors in maintaining your management system is conducting effective internal audits. G3 Solutions offers many options for Internal Auditor Training including 2-, 3- or 4-day courses that provide your employees with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and audit your company’s ISO-based Management System.

The 3- and 4-day courses reinforce the classroom concepts by having the participants conduct hands-on audits with some of the company’s actual procedures. When the optional audit day is combined with the classroom instruction, the result is a trained internal audit team that is ready to apply sound auditing principals and provide value-added audits to your organization’s management system.

The 4-day option includes an overview of the Core Tools (PPAP, APQP, MSA, SPC, and FMEA) for ISO/TS 16949 along with discussion of applicable customer-specific requirements and various case study audits. (This 4-day course satisfies the requirements for Internal Auditor Qualifications for General Motors Customer Specific Requirements, Ford Customer-Specific Requirements, and Daimler Chrysler Customer-Specific Requirements)

Course highlights include:

  • An understanding of the principals of ISO 19011-Guidelines for Quality and/or Environmental Management Systems Auditing
  • An overview and summary of the appropriate ISO-based standard
    (ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949, ISO 14001, etc.)
  • Explanations and examples of Customer Oriented Processes along with Support
    and Management Oriented Processes
  • Instruction on how to reference and utilize company process documentation along
    with policies, procedures and any associated work instructions
  • Attendee participation in various hands-on exercises and case study audits
  • Discussion of questioning techniques and “how-tos” for conducting audits
  • Instruction on planning an audit and development of audit materials
  • Understanding the differences between and importance of internal, second- and
    third-party audits