ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems is being revised and published in September 2015.The 2015 version will be a major revision of the standard. The 3 main reasons of revision are:

First, businesses are facing increasing pressure from a much more competitive market around the globe, and also from overseas players. Geographical boundaries are almost insignificant in today’s global economy.

Second, for those organizations that survived the recession, most have implemented cost saving measures and many have faced complex restructures.  Businesses are more cost conscious than ever and demand more joined-up and efficient processes that eliminate duplication of effort. The rising focus on risk registers and scenario planning means organizations aren’t just thinking about running their business today, they’re planning for the future.

And finally, in this increasingly competitive environment, a greater focus on organizations protecting and enhancing their corporate reputation is being emphasized.


2 Days

Who Should Attend

Senior management, those responsible for transition their organization’s QMS to meet   the new requirements,  ISO 9001 auditors and quality practitioners, management representatives, operations personnel.


By the end of the session, you would be able to:

  • Understanding the ISO methodology and the key concepts of its management principles
  • Identify and understand the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 QMS principles and clauses
  • Identify the New Structure, Terminology andConcepts of ISO 9001:2015 compared to its previous version and the key changes
  • Continual in improving systematically and numerically on the Quality Performance of the organization
  • Getting ready for the transition plan to ISO 9001:2015
  • Develop a strategy for effective implementation of the changes at their organization

Course Outlines

Module 1 – Overview of ISO 9001:2015

  • The ISO methodology
  • The foundation of ISO
  • The quality management principles
  • Process approach
  • Plan, Do, Check, Act Cycle
  • Risk- based thinking

Module 2 – Requirements of ISO 9001:2015 QMS principles and clauses

  • Clause 4: Context of the organization
  • Clause 5: Leadership
  • Clause 6: Planning
  • Clause 7: Support
  • Clause 8: Operation
  • Clause 9: Performance Evaluation
  • Clause 10: Improvement

Module 3 – Significant changes from previous QMS version and its impact to organization

  • Review of the potential impacts
  • The new focus in certain areas
  • Implementing strategy in achieving compliance

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