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ISO 50001:2018 Lead Auditor Energy Management System

Awarding Body
CQI & IRCA

Learning Method
Classroom

Duration
05 Days / 40 Hrs.

Rewards Points
500 Points

Join and become an independent expert on energy management with our ISO 50001 Lead Auditor training course.

Get the skills you need to audit energy management systems (EnMS) to ISO 50001. And become confident conducting an independent audit, from planning to reporting and recommending follow up actions – as well as leading other energy management auditors.

Practical exercises, theory and workshops help you learn quickly, and discover how to integrate ISO 50001 with other management system audits, such as ISO 14001.

This Certified ISO 50001 Lead Auditor Training is based on assisting and verifying the competencies/capabilities of the Learner to be able to effectively audit a complete EnMS based on ISO 50001:2018 requirements with specific emphasis of 2nd Party auditing [Customer/Supplier audits] and 3rd Party auditing [Certification Bodies].
We focus on consistent interpretation & application the requirements of ISO 50001:2018 and the ability to plan, conduct, report and follow up an audit of a different Energy Management System scenarios to provide Assurance the Energy Management System meets the needs of the interested parties.
  • This is a 5-day (45hr) learning event.
  • Start/Finish Times: 08:00am – 17:30pm (each day) with an earlier finish on the final day at 2pm.
  • Prior Learning Requirement: Learners are required to be familiar with ISO 50001:2018 Requirements or have completed a recognised EnMS Fundamentals course based on ISO 50001:2018 prior to registering for this course.
Course Introduction
  • Understand ISO 50001 requirements in the context of an audit
  • New and Revised Terminology
Introduction to Auditing
  • Audit Terminology, Principles, QMS Audits
  • Auditor Code of Ethics
  • Management of an Audit Program
  • Audit Terminology, Principles, QMS Audits
  • Audit Life Cycle (On-site & Off-site Audit Activities)
  • Auditor/Auditee Roles, Responsibilities*
  • Desired Auditor Behaviours

Introduction to EnMS Auditing
  • Aligning the Business Processes and the EnMs Model
  • Process Terminology
  • Energy Process Models/Methodology & Categories
  • Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Process
  • Processes and the Application of PDCA and Risk
  • The EnMS Certification Cycle & 3rd Party Certification
  • Special Conformity Audits
Audit Planning
  • Initiating & Preparing for the Audit
  • Audit Trails
  • Purpose and benefits for establishing initial contact and forms of contact
  • Case Study: Document Review
  • Audit Plan
  • Audit Checklist
  • Audit Protocol
  • Opening Meeting
  • Purpose, process and benefit of an Opening Meeting
  • Case Study – Opening Meeting
  • Onsite Activities
  • Lead Auditor Leadership and Supervision
  • Responsibilities of the Lead Auditor
  • Communication throughout the Audit Life Cycle
  • Monitoring Audit Progress
  • Consensus and Resolution Conflicts
  • Lead Auditor Leadership
  • Audit Reporting
  • Audit Follow-Up
  • Auditor/Technical Expert Coaching, Mentoring and Evaluation
  • Collecting and Verifying Information
  • Introduction to Audit Findings
Audit Reporting
  • Audit Findings
  • Case Study: Writing Audit Findings
  • Case Study: Writing the Audit Report
  • Completing the Audit
  • Evaluating Correction & Corrective Action including Root Cause Analysis and Audit Finding Closure
  • Audit Follow Up Strategies
  • Final Audit Team Meeting
  • Closing/Exit Meeting & Role Play

This course is fully recognised by CQI & IRCA (UnderProcessing).

CQI & IRCA Certified Course
The delegate is assessed based on participation and performance throughout the duration of the course. This includes all exercises, role plays, case studies and all other activities during the course. Please note, full attendance is required during the training course.
 
There is a 2 hour written examination at the end of the course. The exam is closed book in that a delegate is entitled to use only their copy of the International Standard (s) in question or dictionary if delivery language is not their native language. The minimum pass rate for the examination is 70%.
  • Energy managers
  • Compliance managers
  • Management representatives
  • Those who want to become third part auditors for ISO 50001
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Course Pre-Requisite

Learners are required to be familiar with ISO 50001:2018 Requirements or have completed a recognised EnMS Fundamentals course based on ISO 50001:2018 prior to registering for this course.

What's Included

Comprehensive delegate folder and certificates. Public courses include, lunch, refreshments and our Residential option includes accommodation on the intervening nights of a course, plus dinner and breakfast.

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