Health Auditor Training
The overarching objective of this course is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills required to perform audits against either:
: a Quality Management System
: the Health and Disability Services Standards NZS 8134:2008 (including Restraint Minimisation and Safe Practice Standards and Infection Prevention and Control Standards)
: other aligned standards
: contracts specifications
for the provision of consistently safe and reasonable levels of care for consumers of health and disability services in New Zealand and to measure compliance against contract requirements.
The specific standards referenced during this course include:
: Health and Disability Services Standards NZS 8134:2008 (including Restraint Minimisation and Safe Practice Standards and Infection Prevention and Control Standards)
: AS/NZS ISO 9001:2015
The training programme has been designed to include Unit Standard 8086 Quality Auditing as required by the Ministry of Health for auditing H&DSS for Certification. The course is also designed to provide comprehensive training for other models of accreditation or Certification auditing. It provides the first steps towards becoming a lead auditor.
The course includes:
: An understanding of quality management systems
: An understanding of risk management systems
: Interpreting standards
: Planning and preparing for audits
: Audit practices in order to have confidence in the audit results
: Team work and roles
: Audit reporting
: Audit follow up
Janice McEwan who is the Lead Trainer is a registered Lead Auditor and an experienced and qualified trainer of auditors and lead auditors, with eleven years experience in auditing the health sector and seven years experience in auditor training.
The course fee is $2,357.50 inclusive of GST and includes: course documentation; examination fee; lunches and refreshments.
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