Auditing Training


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With instant access to easy-to-use slides, manuals and guides you can instantly download these audting training course materials to run your own sessions. This course is part of our Quality Management Training Series.

Business Managers – use these training materials to train your teams.

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Duration: 1 day.




Content That Your Audience Will Relate To

Auditing has become a critical part of any quality management environment but yet it is rarely understood by many staff and often introduced very poorly. These training course materials on auditing will provide your audience with a central understanding of the main aspects of auditing and help them generate the core skills that will enable them to effectively participate within auditing projects.

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What’s Included

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Engage your audience by using our 81 page scripted facilitator manual and 87 Powerpoint Slides. This combination of materials will provide you with all the content needed to successfully deliver this auditing course content.

We also provide a 67 page participant manual. This has been created in Microsoft Word for easy customization. And, it also contains all exercises, tests and further reading required.

Also included are 14 Expert Training Guides that will help you deliver this course to others.

Course Overview

The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials that are provided when you order these training course materials on auditing.

Why Audit? – Participants are encouraged to understand what is auditing and what exactly are audits. The content explores various types of audits. Plus, what should be the focus an audit. Use the content to teach participants the traditional views of audits including criteria based auditing and audit objectives.

Audit Systems – Use the content to instruct participants on pre-audit activity and creating an audit history. Teach participants on how to define the scope of an audit while also understanding the benefits of having an audit. Discuss, in a simple way, the important aspects like the scope and audit process flow.

Setting Up The Audit Team – Highlight the key roles that are necessary within any audit team. In particular, these include the role and responsibilities of the leader auditor. Detail how to guide, plan, and schedule an audit. Use the content to instruct participants on audit documentation and audit checklists.

Performing The Audit – Outline the components of performing an audit from opening the audit meeting. Teach your audience about opening meeting attendees and how to start the audit. Share the importance of managing activity and gathering evidence. Use the content to teach participants about questioning skills, observation, and note=taking. Provide insights on the need to sometimes abort an audit and the role of audit team meetings.

Effective Auditor Attitude – Using the training course materials on auditing provided to share with your audience effective audit tactics. Inspire them by describing the auditor from hell. Highlight the need to both deliver the audit and achieve results. Explore the important elements of recording a non compliance, scaling, non compliance and non conformance reports. Take this learning to share with your audience advice on holding a closing meeting, corrective action and also the need for follow-up

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of these training course materials on auditing, your participants 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.