Quality Management System (QMS) Implementation Course
ISO 9001: 2015
Providing organizations with qualified personnel for implementation of quality management systems in compliance with ISO 9000 standard, Standards Organisation of Nigeria is eager to promote the competitiveness of Nigerian goods and services in both domestic and international markets. It is, therefore, organizing training courses including qualification examinations and ward of certificates to meet relevant prerequisites for quality policymakers in the Nigerian economy.
These training courses are for quality management policymakers in the Nigerian economy, Laboratory Assurance Managers, quality system auditors and personnel responsible for management system documentation.
It is also for candidates who wish to be Auditors since it is a relevant pre-requisite for Auditor's course acceptance. They are meant for those wishing to stay afloat in the competitive market by assuring themselves and their customers that they can deliver quality products and services and build an enduring system.
QMS IMPLEMENTATION COURSE CONTENT
- About the ISO and the standards
- Implementing the QMS & the Route to Certification.
- Benefits of QMS Implementation and Certification.
- The Principles of the ISO 9001: 2015 Standard and its application in managing the system.
- The interpretation and explanation of the elements of ISO 9001: 2015 standard.
- Individual assignments
- In-class assignment including presentations
At the end of this course, participants will undergo a test of understanding and certificates will be issued based on successful completion.
- Identify key benefits to your organization from implementing an effective QMS
- Develop a plan and determine the resources required for the implementation
- Apply good practice to the implementation using proven tools and techniques
- Implement a system that enables a better response to customer requirements and market changes.
Please note that the above public training is conducted subject to the availability of at least eight (8) participants.