This course provides the critical insight and practical details with real world examples and most common mis-concepts as well as sharing of good and bad practices in implementing this standard. The course will provide an in-depth analysis of all the key changes in ISO 9001:2015 and an opportunity to clarify all the possible critical issues most commonly found in its implementation and auditing by the certification agencies.
A powerful course which also lays the conceptual foundation of QMS
ISO 9001:2015 has been upgraded with a number of new elements to move companies to a higher level of excellence. The course provides an in-depth coverage of the revised requirements of ISO 9001:2015 version with strong conceptual understanding. It will also provide practical guidelines on how to implement and audit the new requirements. The course will prepare you to understand and implement the transition smoothly and effectively. It will cover practical examples, critical analysis and success factors, and how to overcome the potential hurdles and difficulties in implementation.
Differences in QC, QA and QMS
Why many organizations can't implement ISO 9001 effectively
Brief overview of historical evolution of ISO 9000 family of standards
ISO 9001 Releases
Terms and definitions - 1
Dr. Kamran Moosa has 28 years of global experience as a professional practitioner, coach and lead trainer in Quality Engineering and Management with wide range of industrial and service sectors experience. He is a Principle Auditor & Lead Instructor for IRCA-UK based QMS 9001 Lead Auditing courses. He has diversified experience in many countries related to QMS 9001, Six Sigma and other Strategic Quality Management & Business Excellence projects with special emphasis on value additions and making the existing ISO programs more effective. He has authored 3 books and co-authored one, titled as: (1) Practical Guide to ISO 9000, (2) Quality Control, (3) Quality Management Practices, and (4) a chapter in Quality Management in Asian and Pacific firms by APO Japan.