Inside Oak Innovation’s Auditing Skills Training Materials: Get the content needed to deliver your own training courses
Expand your training library with Oak Innovation training materials on auditing skills. And, increase the range of courses that you can deliver. Instantly download facilitator and participant manuals, slides, practical exercises and training guides.
So, what is auditing? And, how can we help you deliver your own courses
Auditing involves an onsite confirmation of compliance to an established set of requirements. And as such, audits can be performed across a whole organization. Or in terms of processes, systems or functions.
One of the main challenges of delivering a training course on auditing is determining what content to include.
This is where we can help.
What you need to know about delivering your own Auditing Skills training course
Now you can use these course materials to help your participants gain a solid grasp of basic auditing principles. And, you can offer a clear explanation on the main skills and steps required.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided.
Why Audit – Start the course by instructing participants on what is auditing. And, what exactly are audits. Then, explore various types of audits. Plus, what should be the focus an audit. Use the materials provided to instruct participants on traditional views of audits (e.g., criteria-based auditing and audit objectives).
Audit Systems – Begin by exploring pre-audit activity. Next, discuss how to create an audit history. Then, instruct participants on how to define the scope of an audit. And, how to understand the benefits of having an audit. Conclude this section by outlining important aspects like the scope of the audit and audit process flow.
Setting Up The Audit Team – Start this section by highlighting the key roles within an audit team. In particular, explore the role and responsibilities of the lead auditor. Next, examine how to guide, plan, and schedule an audit. And, instruct participants on audit documentation and audit checklists.
Performing The Audit – This section outlines the components of performing an audit from opening the audit meeting. Use the content to teach your audience about opening meeting attendees. And, how to start the audit. Next, share the importance of managing activity and gathering evidence. And, instruct participants about questioning skills, observation, and note taking. Then, provide insights on the need to sometimes abort an audit. And, end this section by discussing the critical role of audit team meetings.
Effective Auditor Attitude – In this final section, instruct your participants on effective audit tactics. Intrigue your audience by describing the auditor from hell. Next, highlight the need to both deliver the audit and to achieve results. Then, explore the important elements of recording a non-compliance, scaling, non-compliance and non-conformance reports. And, share how to hold a closing meeting and corrective action. Conclude the course by stressing the need for follow-up.
Use this content to deliver your own course on auditing skills. And, on completion of this course your audience will be able to:
– Define types of audits
– Set up an audit schedule
– Form an audit team
– Perform a basic audit
– Manage relevant documentation
– Understand the audit process
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