O’Dwyer Accreditation offers group training on demand. So if you are interested in coming to a course please let us know! We run a waiting list and schedule the course once there is enough interest. Any of these courses can be run in-house.
Beyond Checklists: an Internal Audit Refresher
This one day workshop will refresh your auditing skills and get you back in the swing of auditing! In this highly interactive and hands on workshop, you will take a fresh look at your approach to audits. Come along and learn how to overcome the barriers to getting audits done, with people in the same boat. If you are return to auditing after a break, or struggling with internal audits, this course is for you.
We will work through audit scenarios as you learn how to:
- prepare for success
- build on your basic auditing skills
- collect information and identify non-conformances
- refine your audit report-writing
- add value during internal audits
Audit Program Hacks
Do you want to find out how to deliver a successful audit program and get management support for it? Come along and learn the tricks to setting up an audit program that the whole organisation gets on board with. You will leave with a clear plan for improving your audit program and a network of other quality managers to share your pain with. Learn how to
- align your audits with organisational objectives
- get better NATA assessment outcomes
- keep your internal auditors happy
- demonstrate the value of internal audits to your managers & get their support for the program
This workshop is suitable for new and experienced quality managers.
Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Sanity (offered by MAS Consulting)
This highly practical 1 day course gives you the tools you need to assess the MU in your methods efficiently and USE that information to design your equipment assurance program and meet NATA Policy Circular 11.
Without a Trace (offered by MAS Consulting)
This course will send you away with a clear plan to achieve traceability in your laboratory and meet NATA Policy Circular 11.