DQS Trainings and Workshops
With over 30 years of experience as an audit and certification body for management systems, DQS gathered invaluable experience with a variety of standards and topics. Apart from extensive experience in management techniques and systems, DQS auditors have a proven record of hands-on experience in different industry sectors. Every single day, our auditors analyze how organizations implement management systems and standards:
- We understand the pitfalls of implementing management systems
- We distill best practices from our observations
- We know the practical differences between seemingly similar standards
During our trainings and workshops, we pass on that practical knowledge to our clients – going beyond a theoretical approach to include real-world insights.
DQS offers trainings on a variety of topics, including:
Lead auditor trainings and internal auditor trainings
DQS offers a variety of internal and lead auditor trainings for different standards:
- ISO 9001
- ISO 14001
- ISO 27001
- BS OHSAS 18001
- … and many more
ISO 9001:2015 – Key Changes and their Impact
The revised version ISO 9001:2015 of the most successful ISO Standard was published in September 2015. We will inform you about the main changes and let you know how to be prepared for the transition.
Why was ISO 9001 changed?
All ISO standards are reviewed and revised periodically to assure relevance and adequacy for all types of organizations, in all sectors. ISO 9001:2015 responds to the latest trends and is compatible with other management system standards, such as ISO 14001.
There are significant changes to the standard, such as the new High Level Structure and increased requirements for top management commitment.
What trainings does DQS offer in this regard?
DQS offers a variety of trainings on the Revision on ISO 9001, aimed at both top management, quality managers and internal auditors. Workshops and trainings can last from 0.5 to 2 days.
Who should attend?
Every organization that is certified to ISO 9001:2008, or is looking to achieve certification to the new standard.
To avoid risk is to avoid opportunities. But if you face risk, you also accept danger. That is why it is important to recognize, appraise and control risk. The significance of risk-based thinking has increased not only in the current standards, but also in upcoming revision, such as ISO 9001:2015. Find out more about the „risk-based thinking approach“ of the revised ISO 9001. We will work with you to identify and evaluate potential risk, and develop tools you can use for implementation in your own organization.