IN-2015/069: CAAi Audit Techniques Training Course

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Title:CAAi Audit Techniques Training Course
Description:This course provides delegates with the knowledge and competencies needed to enable them to manage, plan, conduct and report a wide range of audits in support of regulatory compliance and continued organisation improvement. Examples of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approval and audit practice are integrated into this course.

Case studies and practical guidance are given on the management, planning, conduct and reporting of both regulatory and industry internal audits. Audit process management, including the roles and responsibilities of team leaders and auditors, detailed audit planning, objective recording and reporting of audit findings are also covered.

This course is highly interactive with all delegates having the opportunity to practise and develop audit interview and questioning techniques. Achieved through a series of role play situations culminating in the substantial “audit” of a fictitious organisation. Syndicate exercises and role-play activities are conducted using a team auditing approach, designed to develop leadership skills.

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Date:13 August 2015
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