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ISO 14001:2015 Internal Auditor Training
Instructor: Brandon Kerkstra
Released: 02-13-2016
Price: Free for students of ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-5 Employees), ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-10 Employees), ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-25 Employees), ISO 14001 Internal Auditor (1-5 Employees)
Certificate: Must complete all lessons
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This course is FREE for students of the following courses:
ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-5 Employees), ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-10 Employees), ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-25 Employees), ISO 14001 Internal Auditor (1-5 Employees)
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Introduction
01) Introduction
   

02) Thoughts for us to consider
   

03) Brief look at ISO 14001:2015
   

04) ISO 14001: 2004
   

05) ISO 14001: 2015
   

06) 4.1 Context of the Organization
   

07) Context of the Organization (EMS)
   

08) Context of the Organization
   

09) 4.2 Understanding the Needs and Expectations
   

10) Example for IP Needs
   

11) 4.1 & 4.2 Implementation
   

12) Example Internal Issues
   

13) Example External Issues
   

14) The Context of the Organization, Interested Party Needs & Requirements, and Main Risks
   

15) Auditing Section 4.1 & 4.2 Requirements
   

16) Auditing Section 4.2 IP Requirements
   

17) Section 4.1 and 4.2 (OE)
   

18) Section 4.1 and 4.2 (OE)
   

19) 4.3 Scope
   

20) 4.3 Scope (Continued)
   

21) Auditing 4.3 Scope (OE)
   

22) 4.4 EMS
   

23) Auditing 4.4 EMS OE
   

Section 4 Quiz
   

24) 5.1 Leadership & Commitment
   

25) 5.1 Leadership & Commitment
   

26) 5.1 Leadership & Commitment
   

27) Auditing 5.1 Leadership & Commitment (OE)
   

28) Environmental Policy
   

29) 5.2 Environmental Policy (continued)
   

30) 5.2 Environmental Policy (OE)
   

31) 5.3 Roles, Responsibilities & Authorities
   

32) 5.3 Roles, Responsibilities & Authorities (OE)
   

Section 5 Quiz
   

33) 6.1 Actions To Address Risk And Opportunities
   

34) 6.1.1 Actions To Address Risk And Opportunities
   

35) 6.1.1 Actions To Address Risk And Opportunities
   

36) Example EMS Risks
   

37) Auditing 6.1.1 Risks (OE)
   

38) 6.1.2 Environmental Aspects
   

39) 6.1.2 Environmental Aspects
   

40) 6.1.2 Environmental Aspects (OE)
   

41) 6.1.2 Environmental Aspects (OE)
   

42) 6.1.3 Compliance Obligations
   

43) Auditing 6.1.3 Compliance Obligations (OE)
   

44) 6.1.4 Planning Action
   

45) Auditing 6.1.4 Planning Action (OE)
   

46) 6.2 Environmental Objectives & Planning 6.2.1 Environmental Objectives
   

47) 6.2.1 Environmental Objectives (OE)
   

48) 6.2.2 Planning Actions to Achieve Objectives
   

49 6.2.2 Planning actions (OE)
   

Section 6 Quiz
   

50) 7 Support - 7.1 Resources
   

51) 7.2 Competence
   

52) Auditing 7.2 Competence (OE)
   

53) 7.3 Awareness
   

54) Auditing 7.3 Awareness (OE)
   

55) 7.4 / 7.4.1 Communication
   

56) 7.4 / 7.4.1 Communication
   

57) Auditing 7.4.1 Communication (OE)
   

58) 7.4.2 Internal Communication
   

59) Auditing 7.4.2 Internal Communication (OE)
   

60) 7.4.3 External Communication
   

61) Auditing 7.4.3 External Communication (OE)
   

62) 7.5 / 7.5.1 Documented Information
   

63) Auditing 7.5.1 Documented Information (OE)
   

64) 7.5.2 Creating and updating (Documented Information)
   

65) Auditing 7.5.2 Creating and updating DI (OE)
   

66) 7.5.3 Control of Documented Information
   

67) 7.5.3 Control of DI (Continued)
   

68) Auditing 7.5.3 Control of DI (OE)
   

Section 7 Quiz
   

69) 8.0 Operation
   

70) 8.1 Operational Planning & Control
   

71) 8.1 Operational Planning & Control
   

72) 8.1 Operational Planning & Control
   

73) Auditing 8.1 Operational Planning & Control (OE)
   

74) Auditing 8.1 Operational Planning & Control (OE)
   

75) 8.2 Emergency preparedness and response
   

76) 8.2 Emergency preparedness and response
   

77) 8.2 Emergency preparedness and response
   

78) Auditing 8.2 EP&R (OE)
   

Section 8 Quiz
   

79) 9 Performance Evaluation
   

80) 9.1 / 9.1.1 M&M, Analysis, and Evaluation
   

81) 9.1 / 9.1.1 M&M, Analysis, and Evaluation
   

82) Auditing 9.1.1 M&M, Analysis, and Evaluation (OE)
   

83) 9.1.2 Evaluation of compliance
   

84) Auditing 9.1.2 Evaluation of compliance (OE)
   

85) 9.2 / 9.2.1 Internal Audit
   

86) 9.2.2 Internal Audit Program
   

87) 9.2.2 Internal Audit Program
   

88) Auditing 9.2.2 Internal Audit Program (OE)
   

89) 9.3 Management Review
   

90) 9.3 Management Review
   

91) 9.3 Management Review Outputs
   

92) Auditing 9.3 Management Review (OE)
   

93) 10 Improvement
   

94) 10.2 Nonconformity And Corrective Action
   

95) 10.2 Nonconformity And Corrective Action
   

96) Auditing 10.2 Nonconformity And Corrective Action (OE)
   

97) 10.3 Continual Improvement
   

Section 9 & 10 Quiz
   

98) End of Requirements
   

99) Documented Information
   

100) Documented Information
   

101) Documented Information
   

102) Documented Information
   

103) Retain Documented Information
   

104) Retain Documented Information
   

105) Thoughts for us to consider…
   

106) Next Steps & Closing
   

This course is FREE for students of the following courses:
ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-5 Employees), ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-10 Employees), ISO 14001 Corporate Package (1-25 Employees), ISO 14001 Internal Auditor (1-5 Employees)
Are you a student of any of these course(s)?  
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Description
Business-Man-Contemplating-ISO-14001This 2.5 hour course provides an excellent overview of the ISO 14001:2015 Internal or Lead Auditor training. 

It covers general auditor issues and compares it to the 2004 release.


It will help you prepare for transitioning to ISO 14001:2015.

Intended Audience:

You are an internal auditor for your Environmental Management System.  This course is intended for:
  • Companies that have a current ISO 14001 EMS (2004 compliant)
  • New to ISO 14001: Companies looking into a first time certification for ISO 14001:2015 QMS
  • Environmental Compliance Managers
  • Internal Auditors
  • EMS Project Manager
Overview:

This course covers all clauses of the new ISO 14001:2015 standard.  The instructor compares the new 2015 to the old 2004 standard.
  • Brief Look at the Standard
  • The Context of the Organization
  • Organization Knowledge
  • Interested Parties / Internal & External Issues
  • Leadership in your EMS
  • Environmental Policy
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Risks & Opportunities
  • Compliance Obligations
  • Communications (Internal vs External)
  • Documented Information
  • Monitoring & Measurement
  • Internal Audits
  • Continual Improvement
There are short quizzes embedded throughout the course lessons to help consolidate the information presented.

There are a few short quizzes after each major section of the standard.  You will receive a certificate of completion of the lessons and quizzes.
Price
1 Year: $ 895
Instructor
Brandon Kerkstra
Brandon Kerkstra has worked with hundreds of companies in a wide range of industries during the past 14 years as president of MSG. In addition to building the successful business, Brandon has facilitated the implementation of ISO 17025, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 13485, APQP, CMMI, & SPICE (ISO 15504).  Brandon has also trained on Project Management, Time Management and Lean Concepts, and more recently implemented and trained on AS 9100 and AS 9115 as well as DO178B requirements.

Before launching MSG, Brandon Kerkstra was responsible for business development at the North American division of the British Standards Institution Inc., the world's largest registrar of quality management systems, and for technical business development at Entela, Inc., the world’s leading automotive and manufacturing registrar.  Kerkstra also held positions as a lead trainer for both organizations.

With extensive experience in product testing, inspection, and quality, Kerkstra is familiar with a wide range of ISO 9000, ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 14000 management systems assessments for the military, nuclear, aerospace, and automotive industries.

Kerkstra has appeared as a keynote and motivational speaker at professional and international conferences and on national television about the benefits and technical aspects of management system registration to international standards. As a paid speaker, he has addressed Siemens VDO and the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards on the subject of international standards in registration.

Brandon holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Michigan Technological University as well as numerous technical certifications.

Courses by this instructor

Name Level Release Date
ISO 9001:2015 Transition Overview 10-14-2015
ISO 14001:2015 Overview & Transition 11-30-2015
Effective Corrective Actions 12-14-2015
ISO 14001:2015 Internal Auditor Training 02-13-2016
ISO 19011 Auditing Management System 03-05-2016
ISO 9001 2015 Internal Auditor Training 03-21-2016
Risk Requirements in ISO 9001 2015 12-14-2015
IATF 16949: Transitioning from ISO/TS 16949:2009 (single student) 10-31-2016
AS9100 D 05-06-2017
ISO 13485:2016 Overview & Transition, Internal Auditor Issues 05-11-2017
Automotive Core Tools (with Internal Auditor Information) 06-25-2017