ISO 14001:2015 - Become an IRCA Third Party Environment Auditor/Lead Auditor

Auditor certification facilitates the harmonization of audit competencies and methodologies for internal needs, supplier evaluation or third-party audits.

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Training Information

  • Duration:

    5 Days

  • Prerequisite:

    Prior Knowledge of ISO 14001 and its requirements. Knowledge of the principles of environmental management and concepts.

Dates and Locations

Find sessions of our trainings
April 10 - 14
July 24 - 28 
October 16 - 20 

It enables the auditor to validate his knowledge in ISO 14001:2015, in audit management, and to obtain an internationally recognized certificate.

Who should attend

Environmental managers, consultants, internal auditors, anyone willing to become an auditor Third Party IRCA.

Learning objectives

  • Conduct EMS audits according to ISO 14001:2015, in accordance with ISO 19011 and ISO 17021
  • Acquire the tools to carry out audits with your suppliers
  • Master the tools and methods of third party certification bodies IRCA

Continuous assessment and final written examination of knowledge. Participants must be present throughout the course.

Learning methodology

Role-playing, exchanges, program and check-list preparation, auditing simulation.

Course highlights
  • Objectives of an Environmental Management System
  • Interactions and links between ISO 14001:2015, ISO 14004 and ISO 19011
  • Understand and interpret the requirements of ISO 14001:2015
  • Methodology and conduct of the audit
  • Roles and responsibilities of the audit manager and the auditor
  • Risk-based approach to EMS
  • Planning and conducting an environmental audit
  • Write an effective report
  • Post-audit actions
  • Required skills (technical and personal) of an auditor and audit manager
Registration & additional information

Prior Knowledge of ISO 14001 and its requirements. Knowledge of the principles of environmental management and concepts as detailed below:
  • Current Environmental Issues
  • Typical methods for assessing significant impacts and their hierarchies
  • The fields of the environment and knowledge of the main impacts generated by area (water, air and soil)
  • The main regulatory texts applicable to the environment / environmental legislation