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AS13100_RM13005 Quality Audit - (Aerospace Internal Auditor)

Course overview: 

This course has replaced AS9100 Internal Auditor Training.

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.

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.


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.

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.

Topics covered: 

  • ?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

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