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Becoming an Auditor
Becoming an NDIS Auditor or ISO Auditor is a rewarding and fulfilling career choice that offers numerous benefits. Firstly, auditors play a crucial role in ensuring that organizations comply with relevant standards and regulations, thereby contributing to the safety and quality of products and services. This means that auditors have the satisfaction of knowing that their work has a tangible impact on the lives of others.
In addition, becoming an auditor offers excellent opportunities for career progression and professional development. As an auditor, you will be required to keep up to date with the latest standards and regulations, and to continually develop your skills and knowledge. This can open a wide range of career opportunities within the auditing profession, including senior auditing roles, consultancy positions, and management positions.
Another advantage of becoming an auditor is the potential for flexible working arrangements. Many auditing roles offer the option to work remotely or on a part-time basis, which can be particularly beneficial for those with family commitments or other responsibilities.
Finally, becoming an auditor can be financially rewarding, with many auditing roles offering competitive salaries and benefits packages. This means that auditors can enjoy a comfortable standard of living while also making a positive contribution to society.
Overall, becoming an auditor of ISO or NDIS is an excellent career choice that offers a wide range of benefits. Whether you are looking for a rewarding career that makes a difference, or you are seeking opportunities for career progression and professional development, becoming an auditor is an excellent choice.
Becoming an ISO Auditor
To become an ISO Auditor in various areas such as:
– Quality (ISO 9001)
– Environmental (ISO 14001)
– Health and Safety (ISO 45001)
– Information Security (ISO 27001)
– Food Safety (ISO 22000)
and other standards, there are certain qualifications and steps that must be taken. The following is a summary of the requirements based on GCC procedures and Conformity Assessment requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems.
Step 1: Meet the Competency Requirements
Step 1 of becoming an ISO auditor is meeting the eligibility and competency requirements. This involves having a wide range of knowledge and skills related to auditing and business management. The eligibility requirements for becoming an ISO auditor include:
- Knowledge of business management practices: Auditors must be familiar with general business practices and operations management.
- Knowledge of audit principles, practices, and techniques: Auditors must have a thorough understanding of audit principles, practices, and techniques, including risk management, sampling, and evidence gathering.
- Knowledge of specific management system standards/normative documents: Auditors must be knowledgeable about the specific management system standard(s) that they will be auditing against, such as ISO 9001 (quality management) or ISO 14001 (environmental management).
- Knowledge of certification body’s processes: Auditors must be familiar with the processes and procedures of the certification body for which they work.
- Knowledge of client’s business sector: Auditors must have a basic understanding of the industry or sector in which their client operates including their products, processes, and organizational structure.
- Note-taking and report-writing skills: Auditors must be skilled in taking accurate notes during the audit process and writing clear and concise reports.
- Presentation skills: Auditors must be able to present their findings to the client in a clear and professional manner.
- Interviewing skills: Auditors must be skilled in interviewing individuals to gather information and evidence.
- Audit-management skills: Auditors must be able to manage the audit process, including scheduling, planning, and executing the audit.
Step 2: Meet the Qualification Requirements
To become an ISO Auditor, it is crucial to have the necessary education, training, and experience in auditing management systems and related fields.
You must provide evidence of successful completion of Lead Auditor’s course, which can be obtained through GCC’s online and self-paced ISO Lead Auditor courses. These courses are designed based on the latest standards, regulations, and best practices to help you develop the required knowledge and skills.
Step 2 of becoming an ISO Auditor involves working in a team of auditors in a trainee capacity for a provisional period, fully supervised by an experienced audit team leader.
You cannot work independently until you have been assessed as competent by GCC technical committee. To demonstrate competency, you may be required to undertake additional training and professional development activities.
You must also be able to provide evidence of your competency, such as audit log, qualifications, work experience, and references.
Step 3: Apply for Approval
Step 3 in the process of becoming an ISO Auditor involves applying for approval after meeting the eligibility and training requirements.
To apply for approval as an auditor, you must first submit a completed application along with the required supporting documentation to GCC. The application process typically requires you to provide evidence of your:
- Current Resume
- Audit Log
- Lead Auditor Certificate
- Qualifications, Education, Training records in the relevant to auditing and management systems.
After submitting your application for approval, the GCC technical team will conduct a thorough review to ensure that you meet all the necessary requirements. They may contact you for additional information or clarification if needed.
Step 4: Ongoing Evaluation
Once your application is approved, you will be added to GCC’s list of approved auditors and can start conducting audits. However, it’s important to note that your approval will be subject to periodic evaluations and assessments to ensure that you continue to meet the required standards.
Step 4 of becoming an ISO Auditor involves maintaining your approval as an auditor. This includes:
- Attending GCC’s internal induction program for auditors and refreshers
- Complying with GCC’s Code of Conduct, policies, and procedures
- Undertaking regular professional development through participation in education and training
- Complying with any conditions or requirements imposed by JASANZ or GCC, such as witness assessments.
To maintain your approval, you must ensure that your skills and knowledge are up to date, and that you are aware of any changes or updates to the standards and regulations. This may require you to attend refresher courses, participate in webinars, or read industry publications to stay informed.
It’s also important to adhere to ethical and professional standards, maintain confidentiality, and conduct audits with integrity and objectivity. By doing so, you will help to maintain the integrity of the audit process and uphold the reputation of the ISO auditing profession.
In summary, becoming an auditor requires meeting eligibility requirements, completing training, applying for approval, and maintaining your approval. GCC may require auditors to undertake additional training and provide evidence of their competency to maintain their approval.
Becoming an NDIS Auditor
To become an Auditor under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Quality and Safeguards Commission, there are certain steps and qualifications that need to be met. The following is a summary of the requirements as outlined in GCC procedures as well as the NDIS AQA Guideline available on the NDIS website.
Step 1: Meet the Eligibility Requirements To become an auditor.
You must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Have the necessary education, training, and experience in auditing, quality management, disability services, or a related field. You need to provide evidence of successful completion of an Auditor or Lead Auditor’s course. You may attend GCC’s online and self-paced ISO 9001 Lead Auditor course, available on this page. Our courses are based on the latest standards, regulations, best practices and are delivered online, where you can complete the training on your own pace.
- Be a fit and proper person to hold the position of an auditor. You need to provide evidence of appropriate disability and cultural awareness and an understanding of disability from a participant perspective. This includes an understanding and awareness of how Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), Indigenous, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex and Queer differences may impact on the Participant’s perspective of disability.
- Provide evidence of appropriate knowledge of the operations of the NDIS Practice Standards and NDIS AQA Guideline by successfully completing relevant training. This training is offered by the NDIS Commission to nominated auditors of approved certification companies (AQAs)
Step 2: Complete the Training Requirements Before you can be approved as an auditor.
You must complete the following training requirements:
- Complete the NDIS Commission’s approved auditor training program. (As discussed above)
- Work in a team of auditors in a trainee capacity for a provisional period of no fewer than four audits over a twelve‑month period which are fully supervised by an experienced audit team leader.
- You cannot work independently until such time as you been assessed as competent by an experienced audit team leader.
- To demonstrate competency, you may be required to undertake additional training and professional development activities, as determined by the NDIS Commission or GCC. You must also be able to provide evidence of competency, such as qualifications, work experience, and references.
Step 3: Apply for Approval Once you have met the eligibility and training requirements.
You can apply for approval as an auditor. To do so, you must:
- Submit a completed application along with supporting documentation to GCC.
- Provide evidence of your qualifications, education, training, and experience
- Provide evidence of your identity and character (100 points of ID)
- Provide evidence of probity checks including national police record checks, working with children/vulnerable persons checks and referee checks.
Step 4: Maintain Your Approval To maintain your approval as an auditor.
- Attend GCC’s internal induction program for auditors
- Comply with the NDIS Commission’s Code of Conduct
- Comply with GCC’s policy and procedures
- Undertake continual professional development through regular participation in education and training.
- Comply with any conditions or requirements imposed by the NDIS Commission or GCC
In summary, becoming an auditor under the NDIS Commission requires meeting eligibility requirements, completing training, applying for approval, and maintaining your approval. GCC may require auditors to undertake additional training and provide evidence of their competency to maintain their approval.
Contact GCC office for further information.
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