ISO 19011:2018 is the 3rd edition of ISO 19011 and is a technical revision of the 2nd edition (2011). Here is an outline of the 7 key differences:
Many organisations in Scotland have successfully transitioned their Quality Management System to ISO 9001:2015 - well ahead of next years deadline.
However, a leading Certification expert last week updated SQMC on the levels of transition. Rather concerningly, it is not what was anticipated; with a surprising number of organisations to have even begun the process, yet. This could have grave ramifications for their business.
It is often thought that if someone is knowledgeable in a certain area, or if they are highly skilled with many years of experience, then they can easily pass on their knowledge to others by training them.
Internal staff training is not for everyone, because to do it efficiently and effectively takes skill, hard work, inspiration and wisdom... but it's also not a black art! SQMC Training Designer and Facilitator, Karen MacKenzie, has won awards in this area, and today she shares some of her 'secret formula' for success, in 5 bite-size chunks:
As specialists in training and personal development in the field of business management systems, we often find that when students first come to us they are held back by a number of issues affecting their approach to learning. Our trainers are adept at navigating around these problems and helping students to get the most out of our training courses, but it is evident that most of the problems date back to the student’s school days.
Following the decision taken by the United Kingdom to exit the European Community during the EU referendum on the 23rd June 2016, SQMC would like to keep its clients informed as to how this may affect all the management system standards we all work with, such as BS EN ISO 9001 and many others.