ANAB Webinar: Improving your Internal Auditing Skills
An integral part of a successful management system is an effective audit program that includes trained and competent auditors. Auditors need to possess sufficient auditing skills, both hard and soft skills, and abilities that allow the auditor to collect, verify and record sufficient objective evidence to support the audit findings. The hard skills or technical skills, acquired and developed through training and education, typically come easier to most auditors. However, the soft skills or interpersonal skills, are more difficult to develop during auditor training.
During this webinar auditing skills will be defined and an overview of the various types of auditing skills will be provided. Additionally, we will discuss how these auditing skills are integral to the audit methods that are used for collecting, verifying, and recording objective evidence.
- Learn auditing hard and soft skills
- Learn audit methods related to auditing skills
- Understand how auditing skills are integral to audit methods
- Gain overview of auditor training and competence
Who should attend:
Anyone who is involved with Internal Auditing. Auditing skills will be defined and an overview of the various types of auditing skills will be provided.
Presenter: Melanie Ross
Melanie Ross has over 20 years of experience in quality assurance, quality control, and quality management. She has worked in several different industries, including chemical, biological, oil and gas, and aerospace. Her main role in each of these industries was the development of management systems, including internal audit programs, vendor qualification procedures, and implementation of lean six sigma. Currently, Melanie is a Technical Products Developer for ANAB designing and delivering training courses and supporting client outreach through business development activities. Her role serves as a technical resource to customers, assessors, and other interested parties.
Presenter: Paul Mat