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If you are interested in serving as an ANAB technical assessor for the ISO/IEC 17025 or ISO/IEC 17020 accreditation programs and learning the mechanics of the assessment process, this is the course for you! versión en español
The primary goal of this course is to train individuals to serve as an ANAB technical assessor in the application of ISO 19011, Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems, during an assessment of a forensic science testing or calibration laboratory or a forensic inspection body.
This course provides a review of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 or ISO/IEC 17020:2012, the relevant ANAB forensic accreditation requirements (AR 3125 or AR 3120), and the assessment process. In addition, through various practical exercises, classroom discussions, and a final examination, attendees will gain knowledge about the ANAB assessment process, learn numerous assessment methods, and acquire skills for performing an assessment and collecting, verifying, and recording objective evidence.
Please note: The information presented during this course assumes a basic understanding of the structure and content of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 or ISO/IEC 17020:2012. A thorough review of the requirements is provided in the online training portion of this course but requirements will not be reviewed in detail while on site.
Online Prerequisite: Approximately, eight to 12 hours of online self-paced, web-based review of quality concepts, ISO, and the development of ISO standards; ANAB history and the accreditation program; review of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 or ISO/IEC 17020 and relevant ANAB requirements for forensic accreditation; and tips for applying ISO/IEC 17025 or ISO/IEC 17020 to a forensic management system. An email message with a link for the online portion of this course will be sent prior to the start of the on-site training. The online prerequisite portion must be completed prior to the first day of the on-site portion of the course.
Instructor-led course content includes a thorough review of the ANAB assessment process detailing the technical assessor’s role and responsibilities, preparing for and conducting an assessment activity, using ShareFile and the assessor’s note form, and discussion and use through practical exercises of various assessment methods for collecting and verifying objective evidence.
Note: Each participant needs to bring a laptop, tablet, or iPad with internet capability for full participation in practical exercises.
Each registration includes one standard of interest to be identified on the certificate. A $400 fee is applicable to any additional standards. Please contact email@example.com for details.
Join us at the SWAFS (Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists) 44th Annual Conference at the M Resort Spa Casino in Henderson, Nevada. During the four days, there will be training from 8am-5pm PT concluding with an exam on the 4th day, 8am-11am PT. Register below at the SWAFS event page.
The Forensic Technical Assessor Training course is also available as on-site training. Private on-site courses are a great option for organizations that have several staff members who need training. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-501-5473 for more information.
¡Nosotros hablamos español! Contamos con instructores de habla hispana y ofrecemos cursos de laboratorio y forenses en español.
Download and complete the Forensic Technical Assessor Application.
Questions: Contact ANABAssessors@anab.org or call 414-501-5494 and select option 2.