Internal auditor training helps you cut costs, save wasted time, identify continual improvement activities and improve your team’s confidence and that of your customers.
This course prepares manufacturers for real-life auditing situations through a combination of classroom training and interactive exercises.
You’ll strengthen your team’s ability to continually improve your QMS by conducting a successful ISO 9001:2015 internal audit.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The IN-PERSON course includes 12 hours of instruction over 4 Tuesday sessions:
- September 26, 9a to 12p
- October 3, 9a to 12p
- October 10, 9a to 12p
- October 17, 9a to 12p
Free parking and coffee!
Employees will be trained to facilitate the process of performing an internal audit per ISO 9001. Topics covered include and are not limited to: review of the ISO 9001 Quality Management System Requirements standard, audit planning, audit execution, audit reporting.
Learn how to:
- Describe the ISO standards and identify ISO 9001:2015 QMS terms
- Determine evidence needed to satisfy a registrar audit
- Understand and apply the principles and practices of effective internal audits
- Determine the activities needed to successfully prepare for an audit
- Prepare effective reports
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Quality leads, Quality Control Managers
- Quality Management System (QMS) implementation team members
- Directors of Manufacturing
Open to Rhode Island manufacturing companies/employees only.
No more than 3 students from any one RI manufacturing company. Students will earn an Internal Auditor Training certificate.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Project Manager Chris Cinieri
With more than 20 years of manufacturing experience working in a commercial food environment, Chris Cinieri has worked in production, distribution, and quality systems; most recently serving as a Continuous Improvement Manager.
As a Project Manager for Polaris MEP, he applies his experience to help Rhode Island manufacturing companies enjoy a successful journey to ISO Certification.
Chris holds a Quality Auditor Certification and a Six Sigma Black Belt from the American Society for Quality and serves on the local ASQ leadership team.
Project Manager Joe Malachowski
Joe Malachowski joined Polaris MEP after several decades with Rhode Island manufacturing leader MW Components (formerly microPEP). At MW, Joe served as Quality Assurance Manager, establishing strategic plans and procedures and directly supervising eleven Quality employees in a 24/5 production environment. Rhode Island manufacturers will see the benefits of Joe’s experience and expertise when pursuing projects such as quality, root cause and business risks.
Polaris MEP is committed to offering the best business improvement programs to Rhode Island Manufacturers.
In order to achieve that goal and to justify continued U.S. Department of Commerce funding for these services, participants are asked to provide impact data and assessment. You’ll be asked for feedback through a short online survey within 1-3 days of this program and possibly again through an impartial third-party survey firm, 6-12 months after the course ends.