Once the course has been successfully completed, delegates will receive a certification as proof of passing the course.
- A detailed understanding of the principles of accreditation and certification schemes
- A comprehensive understanding of the audit process using the ISO 55001 standard
- Advanced skills and techniques of auditing
- Skills required to effectively communicate findings of the audit
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the concepts and principles of asset management
- Explain the scope, purposes and applicability of the ISO 55000 series of standards for Asset Management Systems
- Explain the structure for ISO management systems standards under Annex SL, and the opportunities for integration between ISO 55001 and other standards including ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001
- Explain the requirements of ISO 55001:2014
- Evaluate alignment of the asset management system elements with the organisation’s key issues and objectives
- Evaluate how the needs and expectations of stakeholders are identified and addressed
- Evaluate processes for risk-based asset management planning and for implementation of optimised plans over asset life cycles
- Evaluate the use of asset management methods to improve the performance of assets and the asset management system
- Develop audit programmes and manage audit resources
- Update their existing auditor competence to be able to:
- Plan, manage and conduct internal and supplier audits against ISO 55001 requirements in line with ISO 19011 guidance
- Plan, manage and conduct asset management system certification audits against ISO 55001 requirements in line with ISO 19011 guidance and the requirements of ISO 17021
- Use gap assessment methods and maturity assessment models
Each participant will receive a course manual. A certificate of attendance and CPD will be issued to everyone who satisfies the course requirements.
This lead auditor conversion course is intended for participants who have previously completed a lead auditor course. This would include, for example, management system standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001/ISO 45001.