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AS13100_RM13005 Quality Audit – (Aerospace Internal Auditor)


This course will help auditors develop relevant skills in judgment, decision making, audit planning, audit non-conformity writing and subsequent close out related to the aerospace IAQG 9100/9110/9120 QMS standards, AS13100 and AESQ RM13005. Internal auditing and familiarity with ISO 9001 and IAQG 9100/9110/9120 would be beneficial but not a necessity.


2 days

  • Wed 02 Oct
    2 days, 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM
    • £1,095.00 excl. VAT
  • Mon 11 Nov
    2 days, 08:30 AM GMT - 04:30 PM GMT
    • £1,095.00 excl. VAT


The Aerospace 2 Day Internal Auditor Training is based on the requirements of AS13100, AESQ Reference Manual RM13005 and IAQG 9100. It is a participative course made up of several modules supported by group exercises and open discussion. The practical emphasis of this course and high tutor to delegate ratio provides a great opportunity for individual guidance, support and learning.

Who should attend?

This course is designed for auditors supporting an organisations internal audit programme and others who have a working knowledge of quality systems within the aerospace sector and/or any previous auditing experience.

Course Outline

  • The Plan - Do - Check - Act cycle and its influence over ISO 9001
  • The high-level structure described within Annex SL including its impact on ISO 9001 and IAQG 9100/9110/9120
  • The 7 Quality Management Principles and the impact on the writing of Quality standards
  • Risk based thinking and its impact on the implementation of ISO 9001
  • The context of the organisation and its impact on the scope of the QMS
  • The term "non applicable" and its impact on the QMS
  • The structure and content of ISO 9001 and how it relates back to Annex SL
  • The structure of IAQG 9100 and how the Aerospace sector requirements are covered
  • Definitions used within ISO 19011 to describe audit activities
  • The relationships covered by audit types
  • The audit process steps and interaction within AS13100, AESQ RM13005 and IAQG 9100
  • What makes a good auditor and requirements for auditor competence as per ISO 19011
  • Auditing core skills
  • The considerations regarding customer specific requirements (CSR) and the impact on internal audits
  • QMS, Production, Product and Special Audits.
  • The concept of a process and the process approach
  • The use of a turtle diagram as an aid to audit planning
  • The Process Effectiveness Assessment Report and how to use it in conjunction with a turtle diagram
  • Scoring Process Effectiveness
  • Auditing Customer Specific Requirements
  • The audit programme and how to prioritise audits
  • How to prepare prior to conducting an audit
  • How to apply the process approach to auditing
  • Opening and closing meetings
  • Audit reporting
  • Writing an audit finding
  • Non-conformance management
  • Audit finding close out

Benefits and Learning Objectives

Delegates will learn the skills required to become competent in structuring, planning and undertaking an internal system audits against AS13100, AESQ RM13005 and IAQG 9100/9110/9120 aerospace standards.

Delegates will understand the high-level structure of the new standard and its application across other management system standards (Annex SL).

Delegates will understand how risk management is incorporated into the standard and how this risk-based approach should be applied to auditing.


Delegates will receive an AS13100, AESQ RM13005 and IAQG 9100 Internal (1st party) Auditor Training certificate of attendance underwritten by the UK IATF Oversight Office.

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