Continuous improvement

System audits for internal auditors

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This training is designed for:
Internal auditors of system audits

This product is available to pre-order, and will be available very soon

The perfect training solution for staff who need to carry out system audits, but don’t need to complete GMP inspections.

If you need to be qualified to complete GMP inspections as well, then the super course ‘GMP inspections and system audits and for internal auditors’ is more suitable.

Internal auditors are THE MOST valuable members of staff within a business, as they should identify problems before they cause an issue. They should reduce waste, keep complaints low and keep your customers happy by preventing external non-conformances.

But unfortunately, internal auditors tend to not be provided with the level of training that they need to ensure that the audits that they complete are robust. This course is designed to change all that.

It teaches you how to audit your business’ system audits and begin to develop your personal development to become an awesome auditor. This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to identify conformance and non-conformance using system audits.

This training has been designed to meet the following sections of the standards:

Food Safety
Issue 8
Issue 6
Agents & Brokers
Issue 3
Storage & Distribution
Issue 4
1.1.8 Technical knowledge and information

1.1.2 Food safety culture

1.1.6 Confidential reporting system (whistleblowing)

1.1.4 Senior management review

1.1.5 Management meetings

3.7.1 Management of corrective actions

3.7.2 Non-conformities with associated safety, legality or quality risks

3.4.3 Internal audit records and corrective actions

1.1.5 Information system

1.1.2 Product safety and quality culture

1.2.2 Review process

1.2.4 Product safety alerts

3.6.2 Monitoring of corrective and preventive action

3.5.4 Internal audit reporting

1.1.7 Technical knowledge and information

1.1.2 Product safety and quality culture plan

1.1.4 Senior management review meetings

3.9.1 Management of corrective actions

3.5.3 Internal audit records and corrective actions

3.5 Statement of intent

1.3.4 Information system

1.1.2 Product safety culture

1.1.6 Confidential reporting system (whistleblowing)

1.2.2 Management review

1.1.5 Product safety and quality issues

3.3.2 Management of non-conformities

3.2.3 Internal audit records and corrective actions

3.2.4 Internal audit reports


FSSC 22000
Version 5.1
IFS Food
Version 7
SQF Food Manufacturing Edition 9
ISO 22000: 10.2 Continual improvement

10.1 Nonconformity and corrective action

ISO 22000 – 9.2.2 e) Internal audit evidence

1.3.1 Customer improvement

1.4.2 Improvement actions

5.11.1 Preventive and corrective actions

5.11.2 Documentation of non-conformities Review actions

2.5.3 Corrective and preventative action

2.5.3 Corrective and preventative action ii) Compliance and non-compliance

About the training

This super course in how to be an internal auditor will teach you everything you need to know to complete robust system audits, which will protect your business.

The course includes exercises and takes approx. XX minutes without breaks.

The course is made an introduction, 4 units of training and a conclusion. After each unit there is a test which is made up of 25 multiple-choice questions. 70% is required to pass each unit and a certificate will be awarded on successful completion of the course. The test is open book and retakes are free of charge.

On completion of this course, it’s recommended that you go on to complete training courses in the subjects that you’re going to be auditing.

Internal auditor behaviours

Internal auditor behaviours

Behaviours which are aligned with the culture of the business should underpin every system, including how internal auditors behave. Auditing is a learnt behaviour, which requires auditors to be observant, listen to their instincts, be unbiased, act with integrity, and listen and communicate well. This course explains the behaviours of best practice auditors and how these should be displayed.

Practical auditing

This eLearning is jampacked with practical exercises – taking what you’ve learnt and using it in real-life scenarios.

So, don’t expect to be sitting in front of your screen for the duration of this course – you’ll be flexing your auditing muscles by completing practical-based audits of your own systems and using the documentation provided.


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