ISO AS9100 RevD Internal Auditor Training

February 20 - February 21, 2018
8:00AM - 4:00PM
Liquid Measurement Systems
141 Morse Drive, Georgia, VT 05468 (map)

$895 per person

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Tuesday and Wednesday,  February 20 and 21
(both days of this training must be attended) 

Create a successful ISO Audit Team in 2 Days. An effective Internal Audit program is a big part of maintaining your management system, customer satisfaction, making company-wide improvements and compliance. If your Internal Auditors are not well trained, you run a risk of investing a great deal of time and resources and failing to achieve the benefits of being ISO registered. This course will meet that need – it is designed to increase your understanding of auditing techniques and will take you step-by-step through the stages of an internal audit from audit planning to closure and follow up.

Training Overview:

· Fully understand ISO AS9100 RevD requirements including an introduction to the different audits.
· Fully understand the 5 states of the internal audit process including audit program/schedule.
· Plan and conduct effective internal audits.
· Properly present audit findings.
· Engage in a risk-based audit approach from planning through process documentation to testing, analysis, and reporting.

Who Should Attend?

Those employees who must perform audits to ISO AS9100 RevD Aerospace Quality System Standards which includes quality assurance professionals, ISO Project Managers, company leaders, new and experienced Internal Auditors and quality professionals.

Notice to Defense Supply Chain Companies:  The VT Department of Economic Development has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Office of Economic Adjustment to help Vermont businesses that have been impacted by DOD spending reductions over the last few years.  If ISO certification could help your company profitably grow with new customers, contact Brett Long, VT DED Director-Business Support, at (802) 461-9353 or brett.long@vermont.gov or visit this link.

Instructor:  Carol (Whinham) Robinson, Ph. D is the Vice President of Pillar Management Associates, a process improvement training  and consulting firm. Her background is primarily in quality and environmental management systems management, continual improvement and manufacturing engineering.

Carol started her career as a manufacturing engineer for Dana Corporation (Toledo, OH), a Fortune 500 Tier 1 automotive supplier where she transferred to the Columbia, SC plant as the Quality Assurance Manager. She then joined AMBAC International as a Senior Quality Engineer and then the University of South Carolina as the Associate Technical Director of a NIST-sponsored program called the Southeast Manufacturing Technology Center (SCMEP) which helps South Carolina based manufacturers become more competitive, profitable and productive. She subsequently was asked to create an accredited  registrar and was the co-creator of American Quality Assessors (AQA), an ANAB accredited registrar in 1992. She was the Director of Registration at AQA until early 1997 when she and her business partner partner, Frank Degar, formed Pillar Management Associates (PMA).  In this role at PMA, she established two more accredited registrars, IMS (purchased by NQA) and ASR (Michigan).

Carol is a Emplar Global certified quality systems lead auditor with over 750 quality, energy, health & safety and environmental audits. She is a TS16949 and ISO 9001 qualified lead auditor, energy and environmental management system auditor (Exemplr Global #3814). In addition, she is a qualified trainer for ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001, IATF 16949, ISO 50001 and ISO 14001 Exemplar Global-certified lead auditor courses and has facilitated the registration of a large firm with over 5000 employees in twelve international locations. Additionally she has assisted over 250 firms in attaining registration. She has a B.S.I.E. (Industrial Engineering) from the University of Toledo and a MBA from the University of South Carolina.  She received a Ph.D. in Management Science (Operations Management) from the University of South Carolina.

Payment: Please make check payable to “VMEC” and mail to PO Box 12, Randolph Center, VT 05061-0012. To pay by credit card (VISA, MC, AMEX), click here.