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Updated to the ISO 9001:2015 requirements
Sustainable Development

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Overview of Management Systems
ISO 9001 is the most successful standard in history with more than 1 million registrations issued worldwide.
This course explains the reasons for its success and provides the key principles and elements of an effective management system. It also explains a new quality management approach that is focused on management for sustainability in order to aid organizations to develop their performance over the long term.

We issue Certificates that are accepted by IRCA and RABQSA as evidence of continual professional development.
Web Based Training Regular Price (USD)
Self-Paced $225.00
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Course Outline
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 1. Long-term Objectives Ahead
    1.1. Individuals - the Marshmallow test
    1.2. Approaches for Organizations
    1.3. Benefits: Individuals and Organizations
    1.4. Focus on Intangible Assets
    Mini Quiz
 2. Sustainability Evaluation and Reporting
    2.1. Overview of Sustainability Evaluation
    2.2. Sustainability Evaluation Criteria
    2.3. Overview of Sustainability Reporting
    2.4. Global Reporting Initiative (GRI or G3)
    Mini Quiz
    Case Study
 3. Fundamentals of Sustainable Development in the Standard Management Systems of the Organization
    3.1. Overview of Management Systems
  • General approaches for the standard management systems of the Organization
  • Leadership. Responsibility and authority
  • Actions to address risks and opportunities
  • Control of resources
  • Organizational knowledge
  • Competence
  • Awareness
  • Control of documented information
    3.2. Seven Universal Practice Areas
    3.3. Leveraging Auditing Capabilities
ISO 9004:2009 Implementation Steps
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