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Total 8 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Australia.



Codarra Advanced Systems Pty Ltd.

Training Centres/Campuses: Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, , Australia
Phone No.: 02 6128 1100

Managing Project Risk - AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 (Certificate)

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This 1 Day course is available to be conducted on site for a minimum group booking of 8 attendees.

Course Inclusions
•Comprehensive student notes
•AS/NZS ISO 31000 standard
•Codarra bag and pen

The objective of this course is to provide participants with the ability to manage risk within a project in order to avoid adverse effects on project outcomes. It covers determining, monitoring and controlling project risks, and assessing risk management outcomes.

This course addresses Risk Management within projects utilising the AS/NZS ISO 31000 Risk Management standard and its application within projects. It is aimed at the project manager who usually performs the risk management function and the staff involved in Risk Management activities.

On completion of the course participants will understand:
•The concept of risk management in general and particularly within the AS/NZS ISO 31000 context.
•The place of risk ma... [Read More]


NATA

Training Centre/Campus: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Phone No.: + 61 2 9736 8222

ISO / IEC 17025 Laboratory Assessor/Lead Assessor

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

This course is designed to train anyone who wishes to perform laboratory assessments using ISO/IEC 17025 as the assessment standard.Â

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Laboratory staff or management who require a sound understanding of the assessment process, or for the purpose of conducting second party audits on subcontract facilities or suppliers. It is also of benefit to staff from conformity assessment bodies involved with assessing or monitoring laboratory operations.

COURSE CONTENT:
Requirements of ISO/IEC 17025
Documentation and document control
The accreditation process, including organising an assessment and document reviews
Conduct of assessments
Assessment techniques  ?what to evaluate and how
Recording and reporting assessment findings
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Identify the principles and techniques of assessment, and apply this acquired knowledge in the conduct of assessments.
Identify the management requirements and the gener... [Read More]

ISO / IEC 17025 Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

ISO/IEC 17025 is an international laboratory standard which describes the requirements laboratories must meet if they wish to demonstrate that they:

Operate a quality system
Are technically competent; and
Are able to generate technically valid results.
This session is delivered as a practical workshop interacting with the standard, discussing common challenges when implementing the requirements, and exploring possible solutions within the context of NATA’s accreditation requirements.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Authorised signatories, laboratory managers, quality managers and frontline staff responsible for implementing the quality system of your facility.

COURSE CONTENT:
Purposes of the standard
The history of accreditation requirements for laboratories and testing facilities
A laboratory’s process
Structure of the standard
Clauses of ISO/IEC 17025 (a facilitated discussion will occur with each clause)
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
... [Read More]

ISO 15189 Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

ISO 15189 is an international quality management system standard designed specifically for medical laboratories. It outlines the controls required to manage risks that may have an impact on the validity of examination results, and tools to help the laboratory to improve its operations andcustomer satisfaction.

ISO 15189’s requirements are designed to apply to all types of human pathology testing and therefore often need to be interpreted with respect to the type of testing concerned, and the techniques involved.

The Medical Testing accreditation scheme is run jointly by NATA with the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA).

This one-day session is delivered as a practical workshop interacting with the standard, discussing common challenges when implementing the requirements, and exploring possible solutions within the context of NATA’s accreditation requirements.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Laboratory managers, quality managers and fro... [Read More]

ISO 15189, AS/NZ 4308 & AS 4760 Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

Both AS/NZS 4308:2008 Procedures for specimen collection and the detection and quantitation of drugs of abuse in urine and AS 4760:2006 Procedures for specimen collection and the detection and quantitation of drugs in oral fluid outline operational areas that require robust processes in order for Facilities to demonstrate that they are technically competent and able to generate, and reproduce, technically valid results.

They are prescriptive in the procedures required to ensure robust collection, handling, storage, transport, on-site screening, initial testing and confirmatory testing for Facilities involved in toxicology testing for drugs of abuse.

Target concentrations and cut-offs have been set for all of the drug classes included in the Standards for on-site and initial screening and confirmatory testing.

The Standards have been designed to meet the need for, but not limited to, testing of specimens for medico-legal, workplace or court-directed purpos... [Read More]

ISO / IEC17020 Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring  V

NATA’s Inspection Accreditation is carried out against ISO/IEC 17020 General criteria for the operation of various types of bodies performing inspection. This standard is internationally recognised and was written specifically for inspection bodies

Inspection encompasses sensory evaluation coupled with experience and professional judgement.

The Inspection activities are relevant to a broad spectrum of Australian industries such as material, product, installation, plant, processes, work procedures or services.

This session is delivered as a practical workshop interacting with the standard and discussing common challenges when implementing the requirements.

Who should attend:

Inspectors, quality and technical managers of inspections bodies, regulators and other users of inspection services.

Course content :

Inspection and Inspection accreditation
Differences between testing laboratories and Inspection bodies
Understandin... [Read More]


UTS Continuing Professional Education

Training Centre/Campus: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Phone No.: +61 2 9514 2000

ISO 9001

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This short course is conducted in association with the Australian Organisation for Quality (NSW) Inc. It will explain how the new standards scheduled for full implemented in 2003 will affect your organisation’s quality system. Since December 2000, the new series of international quality standards are available for certification and will replace all corresponding 1994 versions by the end of 2003.

Regardless of whether you are commencing your ISO 9000 implementation or upgrading your existing quality system, the new standards will have an impact on your organisation.

ISO 900: 2000 is a set of five universal standards for a Quality Assurance system that is recognised and accepted around the world. Currently, 90 countries have adopted the ISO 900 series as national standards. The most comprehensive of the standards is ISO 9001. It applies to all industries including the manufacturing and the service industry.


Australian Institute of Management WA

Training Centre/Campus: Perth, WA, Australia
Phone No.: (618) 9383 8000

Environmental Auditing ISO 14001

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Increasingly, organisations are seeking to introduce policies and practices that reflect their concern for the environment and for sustainability. This two day program adds discipline to environmental management focus by equipping participants with the skills and knowledge to implement and audit the environmental practices in accordance with ISO 14001.

Content
Organisational commitment to Environmental Management Systems (EMS)
Legal requirements
Environmental aspects and impacts
Risk assessment
Establishing control measures
Setting objectives, targets and performance measures
Documentation and records
Monitoring and measuring
Internal audit
Non-conformity, preventive and corrective action
Management review
Implementing an EMS.
Learning Outcomes
As a result of attending this program, participants should be able to:
Describe the key elements within ISO 14001
Complete a risk assessment of current practices Read More]

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