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Our ISO update training ensures that your organisation is well informed of any changes or updates within the industry.

ISO Management Standards have gone through a major change in which they are given a common high-level structure following the publication of Annex SL. Our courses will equip delegates to keep abreast with the changes and apply them in their own contexts.

Our first two courses concern the update to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Each course is a half day in length and costs £125 + VAT. Delegates attending both courses on the same day receive a reduced rate of £200 + VAT for the whole day. Prices include lunch and training pack(s)

Preparing for ISO 9001:2015

Who should attend?

Those wishing to understand the potential impact of ISO 9001:2015 on their QMS

Auditors, managers and management representatives involved in the transition from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015

This course will enable delegates to understand:

• Annex SL and the new high-level structure

• Concepts and requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and how they differ from ISO 9001:2008

• Changes to current Quality Management Systems that will be needed in order to address the new requirements

• Process Management and how to show its application

• The change of emphasis with regard to documentation

• The most effective way to help your organisation through the transition

You will need a working knowledge of ISO 9001:2008

Following this course: we suggest the IRCA 2245 QMS Auditor/Lead Auditor Training Course (IRCA ref:A17118)

Preparing for ISO 14001:2015

Who should attend?

Those wishing to understand the potential impact of ISO 14001:2015 on their EMS

Auditors, managers and management representatives involved in the transition from ISO 14001:2004 to ISO 14001:2015

This course will enable delegates to understand:

• Annex SL and the new high level structure

• Main features, aims and objectives of the new standard and how they differ from ISO 14001:2004

• The impact of specific changes and amendments

• Changes to current Environmental Management Systems that will be required by the updated standard

• Effective methods of facilitating the transition from ISO 14001:2004 to ISO 14001:2015

• New terms and definitions

You will need a working knowledge of ISO 14001:2004

Following this course: we suggest our internal EMS Auditor Training Course

To find out more contact our team today.