Advice on selecting an ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor Certification Course

QSM_Rick

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I'm searching the local area for providers of ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor certification. How can I tell that the provider is worth a damn and worthy of my company's money? Thank yall very much for your guidance.
 

Forger

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I'm searching the local area for providers of ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor certification. How can I tell that the provider is worth a damn and worthy of my company's money? Thank yall very much for your guidance.
I believe there are a number of instructors using this forum, I am not sure how to contact one of them. Private messages are only available once a new user has posted 5 posts as I understand the guidelines.
 

Forger

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I'm searching the local area for providers of ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor certification. How can I tell that the provider is worth a damn and worthy of my company's money? Thank yall very much for your guidance.
I too am looking for options in Southern California for AS9100 D training.
 

Forger

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I'm searching the local area for providers of ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor certification. How can I tell that the provider is worth a damn and worthy of my company's money? Thank yall very much for your guidance.
I wonder if there might be a roster of trainers on the forum somewhere?
 

AMIT BALLAL

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Attend only IRCA certified Lead auditor trainings.

Go for Certification bodies / training agencies who are having global presence / well known (For good quality of training).

You can also check feedback of people who has attended the training from the body you are looking to get trained.

If you are arranging this course done in-house, then you can ask to send a trainer who is having good experience (Min 15+ yrs of experience in the field, auditing, etc.).

These are my suggestions, based on how I select a training body for Lead auditor training.

I hope it helps.


Thanks,
Amit
 

QSM_Rick

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  1. To prevent forum spamming, to be able to post links or images your post count must be 10 or greater. You currently have 4 posts. Please remove link(s) from your message, then you will be able to submit your post....NOTE: IF YOU POST 5 'GARBAGE' POSTS JUST SO YOU CAN PUT A SPAM LINK IN A POST, YOUR LINK AND POSTS WILL ALL BE DELETED and you will be BANNED!!!
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LOL, thanks for that reference, Cari. I haven't clicked the link yet, and I'm about to, but to spam an additional response to enable PMs, does that AS9100D list also include ISO 9001:2015?

EDIT: Aaand I now have learned a valuable lesson in how too much management becomes too restrictive. Is this a common thing with ISO and with civilians?
 

QSM_Rick

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Attend only IRCA certified Lead auditor trainings.

Go for Certification bodies / training agencies who are having global presence / well known (For good quality of training).

You can also check feedback of people who has attended the training from the body you are looking to get trained.

If you are arranging this course done in-house, then you can ask to send a trainer who is having good experience (Min 15+ yrs of experience in the field, auditing, etc.).

These are my suggestions, based on how I select a training body for Lead auditor training.

I hope it helps.


Thanks,
Amit
Amit, I thank you for your guidance! IRCA-certified, it is.
 
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