ISO 9001 Quality Training Classes
From Quality Management
ISO 9001:2008 specifies quality system requirements to be used where an organization requires the ability to consistently provide conforming products, either material or services to meet a customers expectations. The requirements are aimed at achieving customer satisfaction by preventing nonconformances. The ISO 9001:2008 standard provides a model on which an organization may build an effective quality management system.
- Increased efficiency of your operations
- Cost savings from reduced rejected product and fewer warranty claims
- Continual improvement of the quality of your products and services
- Increased traceability and accountability throughout your organization
- Enhanced ability to examine how employees work and interact between functions
- Enhanced communication among employees
- Improved customer satisfaction
- Fewer customer audits and surveys
- Improved competitive positioning within your industry
- Increased marketability of your company and its products
- Perceived higher quality
- Recognition by your customers and suppliers that you have a first-class quality management system
- Improved return on assets
Kelmac Group's Understanding ISO 9001 Training Course is designed for individuals who wish to gain comprehensive knowledge on what Quality Management Systems have to offer and the requirements of ISO 9001.
This IRCA Certified ISO 9001 Lead Auditor Training Course will provide you with an internationally recognised skillset and qualification in lead auditing.
This comprehensive three-day course provides hands-on training to ensure that your internal auditor thoroughly understands the role and acquires the expertise needed to perform it effectively. It also includes a comprehensive foundation on the core requirements of ISO 9001:2008!
This course is designed to provide existing internal auditors with refresher training on the latest updates and changes relating to the field of internal auditing. It is recommended that internal auditors attend refresher training every 3 years to remain up to date with the latest best practice plus any changes/updates that may have occured among various standards that are applicable to the field of auditing.