professionals, engineers, managers and others responsible for conducting
Time To Complete
hours (0.4 CEUs)
Why Is Internal Auditing Needed?
Internal Audits are an effective, an
importantly, a non-threatening way to ensure the
organization remains in compliance to applicable Standards
are Regulations and is using documented Procedures, Work
Instructions and Standard Operating Procedures as intended.
When nonconformities are found, Corrective Actions Plans are
developed and implemented to return the related process to
Another distinct advantage of Internal
Audits that is not typically found with second or third
party External Audits is the ability to identify
“Opportunities for Improvement” that allows the organization
to proactively trigger process enhancements. Additionally,
“Noteworthy Practices” than can be shared with other similar
processes in the organization.
Internal Auditing Online Training
Internal Audits should be well-planned, highly coordinated
events that minimize disruption to the operation while at
the same time yielding valuable insights that confirm
processes are being run following documented procedures and
bring to light opportunities for improvement. This
training will provide a foundation for conducting internal
audits and will assure that all those involved in the audit,
those doing the audit and those who's processes are being
audited, have a common understanding of the audit steps,
general objectives and benefits of effective internal
This Training Enables Learners To...
- Understand the purpose, objectives and benefits of Internal Audits.
- Describe in detail the six steps for conducting Internal Audits.
- Serve as a working member of an Internal Audit team.
- Describe how Internal Audits can be used to improve existing operations.
- Use the Ten Tips for more effective and efficient Internal Audits.
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