Diploma of Quality Auditing BSB51615
The Diploma of Quality Auditing BSB51615* is designed for anyone who wants to build a career in auditing. You’ll gain the skills to understand the entire audit process, report on feedback and facilitate continuous improvement. We'll give you the experience and assistance to take your audit skills to the highest standard.
How it works
To achieve the Diploma of Quality Auditing BSB51615* you just need to complete 8 nationally recognized units of competence. Below are the units that we have chosen for our professional development pathway.
Attend a five-day Lead Auditor training course in ISO 9001, ISO 14001, AS/NZS 4801 or Food Safety to gain the theory and practical skills to perform audits.
You’ll be assigned a qualified assessor to provide feedback and guidance as you work through self paced learning and assessment tasks. These prove the practical application of the skills you learnt in the classroom and contribute to associated RTO units of competence.
Finally just attend our one-day Audit Master Class training course and learn how to take your audit skills to the next level. By submitting your final assessment you’ll gain the final unit of competence required to make up the diploma.
Once a BSI assessor has completed a final review of all your assessments and evidence you’ll be awarded your Diploma of Quality Auditing BSB51615*.
*The term quality auditing refers to best practice auditing and is relevant for a range of management systems including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, AS/NZS 4801 or Food Safety management systems.
Who should attend?
- Anyone who wants to build a career in auditing
- Standards managers
- Compliance Managers
- Project Officers/Managers
Units of competence
By completing the courses and additional self paced learning and assessment tasks you will gain the following associated units of competence:
- BSBMGT516 - Facilitate continuous improvement
- BSBAUD402 - Participate in a quality audit
- BSBAUD501 - Initiate a quality audit
- BSBAUD503 - Lead a quality audit
- BSBAUD504 - Report on a quality audit
- BSBWOR502 - Lead and manage team effectiveness
- BSBMGT406 - Plan and monitor continuous improvement
- PSPGEN054 - Use complex workplace communication strategies
Our flexible approach
From the date of enrollment you have twelve months to complete the diploma in full. Our flexible modular format means you can spread your training days out, attending the lead auditor course in a variety of ways - from sitting the five days in one, to taking the two-day requirements course and then adding the auditing and team leader modules at a later stage.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
If you’ve already got significant industry experience and access to the evidence to prove it then we can assess your skills and knowledge through our Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway. This can remove the requirement of attending our formal training courses. Speak to one of our training team on 1300 730 134 for more information.
How to book
BSI will be offering the diploma from 2014. You can choose to book for the diploma in full or book for the modules separately. Just choose the Management Systems Lead Auditor course and the initial dates you'd like to attend from the website and speak to one of our training team on 1300 730 134 for more details.