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ISO 22000 Internal Auditor

BSI's “ISO 22000:2005 Internal Auditor” course is intended for food safety professionals aiming to build on their present knowledge of ISO 22000 and evaluate the effectiveness of the food safety management system in their organization. This intensive two-day course teaches the principles and practices of effective food safety management systems process audits in accordance with the ISO 22000 series of standards and ISO 19011. An experienced instructor guides participants through the internal audit process, from planning an audit to reporting on audit results and following up on corrective actions. Participants gain necessary auditing skills through a balance of formal classroom tutorials, practical role-playing, and group workshops.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the principles of auditing and auditor responsibilities
  • Plan an internal audit
  • Conduct opening and closing meetings
  • Conduct an audit based on hazard control activities, sampling and questioning
  • Provide verbal and written feedback
  • Document concise nonconformities
  • Effectively report on an audit
  • Follow-up on corrective actions

Intended Audience

  • Food safety professionals with knowledge of food safety management systems and ISO 22000
  • Individuals interested in conducting first-party or second-party audits
  • Management representatives
  • Internal auditors
  • Managers
  • Consultants

Course Duration: 2 Days

Prerequisites

Prior knowledge of the ISO 22000:2005 standard, such as the overview provided in BSI's ‘Introduction to ISO 22000:2005' course or previous work with ISO 22000 in an organization, is strongly recommended as a prerequisite for this course.