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Qualiman
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posted 05 February 2000 09:58 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I need some clarification please:
To become an authorized Auditor (To lead/conduct internal audits and give seminars to people in order they become Internal Auditors), Is needed:
- To attend the 5 days course ($ 1500 US)
- Or is enough to demonstrate quality experience and skills, including "hours" in Internal Audits to a National authorized Bureau (for instance of Mexico) based on ISO 10011 part 2 ?

Thank you in advance for your help

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rrramirez
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From:Caracas, Venezuela
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posted 11 February 2000 07:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for rrramirez   Click Here to Email rrramirez     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Well,
You need a lot of experience in order to teach something and I know Qualiman you have it; but in order to conduct a registered training course IRCA or RAB) for L.A. or Internal Auditor to be certificated, most training companies require you, to be a Certificated Lead Auditor.
I have been teacher for an international training company and i had to comply with a lot of requirements before to become an qualified instructor.
Reinaldo Ramirez

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Qualiman
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posted 12 February 2000 03:36 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Qualiman   Click Here to Email Qualiman     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Gracias Reinaldo

Let me give an opinion to all the Forum Listen Marc)
Really this is the first time I have found a place where the people takes seriously the topics (Of course not sadly, because most of the time the enviroment is friendly, warmy and some times funny).
For the above reason, I am sure that is a great place to learn and share a lot. I am mexican and I miss in this Forum the participation of Spanish language people, exception made of few people.Besides of being "serious" most of the time you can "breath" an athmosphere of respect; that is fundamental to allow the people express themselves freely.

Just two questions :

1.- May we use some times a different language than English to point out or define better an idea directed to a friend ?
2.- How can we start similar forums in native languages in order to gain more participation of people that is not understandig english now ?

Thank you again, and let us continue participating in order to be better people in a better planet.

Qualiman

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Marc Smith
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posted 12 February 2000 03:59 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marc Smith   Click Here to Email Marc Smith     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Qualiman:

Just two questions :

1.- May we use some times a different language than English to point out or define better an idea directed to a friend?


You may use any language you want at any time.
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2.- How can we start similar forums in native languages in order to gain more participation of people that is not understandig english now?
I'm not sure exactly what you want to do here. Anyone can 'rent' server space and start a web site, buy forum software and away you go.

I could open a couple of 'special' forums here but obviously I can't monitor such forums. It would be best (I believe) to use the existing forums - just post in the language of your choice.

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Marc Smith
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posted 24 March 2000 08:40 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marc Smith   Click Here to Email Marc Smith     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I don't know if it will help much, but I have a 'Translator' link at the top of each page now. Just copy the URL you want translated. It appears to do an OK job.

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matthew evans
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posted 29 March 2000 06:54 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for matthew evans   Click Here to Email matthew evans     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
IN THE UK AND I AM SURE IN THE US TO BE A QUALIFIED AUDITOR/LEAD AUDITOR YOU MUST ATTEND AN I.R.C.A. REGISTERED COURSE (USUALLY 5 DAYS) TO THEN BECOME A CERTIFIED AUDITOR YOU MUST MEET STRICT I.R.C.A. CRITERIA WHICH INCLUDES 600 HOURS OF STRUCTURED ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS AND HAVE CARRIED OUT AT LEAST 5 2nd PARTY AUDITS EACH OF AT LEAST 6 MAN HOURS ON SITE. THESE THEN MUST BE SUBMITTED TO I.R.C.A. FOR VALIDADION.

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Marc Smith
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posted 29 March 2000 08:24 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marc Smith   Click Here to Email Marc Smith     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
The RAB is the US equivalent of the IRCA, by the way.

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