ISO 9001:2015 Transition Training Courses

LRQA’s range of bespoke and packaged training services offers organisations the best start to transitioning to the new ISO 9001 standard. We have a range of bespoke and packaged training services applicable to both ISO 9001, three of which are shown below.

The Management System standards for ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 are released, the biggest change within the industry in over a decade. With an expected publication date of around autumn 2015, LRQA Training have developed public and facilitated In-House training to ensure you a smooth and successful transition journey. 

Our training will support and guide your Management System team, Auditors and Top Management on the changes that could affect your organisation and systems. We can provide the right support at the right time, from formalizing a transition plan with you and your teams, that will identify exactly what training and support is required.  

The objective of the training suite of courses we have developed is to enable you to pick & mix the right public and In-House training for all your needs. 

Transition training courses

ISO 9001:2015 Update Workshop

Learn about the changes of ISO 9001 when the new version is published in September 2015.

ISO 9001:2015 Awareness Briefing

You will learn how ISO 9001 will change, what the additional/changed requirements will be and how Annex SL is shaping change for the future.

Preparing for ISO 9001:2015

Learn about the potential impact of ISO 9001:2015 on your existing quality management system.

ISO 9001:2015 for Internal Auditors

This one-day course will build on your existing Quality Management System (QMS) internal auditing experience, enabling you to learn about the new standard and how the revisions will affect your QMS.

ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor Transition

Learn the structure of a generic management system based on Annex SL Appendix 2 and the implications of this from an audit perspective and the requirements for understanding the organisation and its context and how they may be audited.