Two types of Auditor trainings are offered by EQUASS:

- EQUASS Assurance auditor trainings,

- EQUASS Excellence auditor trainings.

 


 

EQUASS Assurance Auditor Training

Potential EQUASS Assurance auditors will learn how to audit and verify the performance of the social service provider on the criteria for EQUASS Assurance certification.

Trainings are regularly organised throughout the year, and last three days for new auditors.

A typical training programme includes:

a. Information about current European developments of quality in the social sector

b. Information about the characteristics of the social sector

c. A presentation of the EQUASS certification programmes and the principles for quality

d. The fundamentals of the EQUASS Assurance certification programme

e. The EQUASS Assurance certification process and procedures

f. A case study: documentation review and preparation of the initial site visit

g. The benchmarking of the case study results

No preparatory work is required prior to attending the EQUASS Assurance auditor training.

For more information on the role of an EQUASS Assurance auditor and the requirements to become an auditor, consult the procedures for nomination and involvment of EQUASS auditors.

For information about the date and location of the next EQUASS Assurance auditor training, contact equass@equass.be.

 


 

EQUASS Excellence Auditor Training

Potential EQUASS Excellence auditors will learn how to audit and score the performance of the social service provider on the criteria for EQUASS Excellence certification.

Trainings are regularly organised throughout the year, and last three days for new auditors.

A typical training programme includes:

a. Information about current European developments of quality in the social sector

b. Information about the characteristics of the social sector

c. A presentation of the EQUASS certification programmes and the principles for quality

d. The fundamentals of the EQUASS Excellence certification programme

e. The EQUASS Excellence certification process and procedures

f. A case study: individual review of a self-evaluation report, building consensus in the audit team, review of core documentation and preparation of the initial site visit

g. The Benchmarking of the case study results

Eight hours of preparatory work are required prior to attending the EQUASS Excellence auditor training.

For more information on the role of an EQUASS Excellence auditor and the requirements to become an auditor, consult the procedures for nomination and involvment of EQUASS auditors.

For information about the date and location of the next EQUASS Excellence auditor training, contact equass@equass.be.

EQUASS Assurance auditors calibration training - Oslo Feb 2014

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