|Approx Course Duration *:||Approx. 24 contact hours (Access to content for 12 months)|
|Access to Course Content:||18 Months from the date of enrolment|
|Qualification/s:||Introduction to Integrated Management Systems|
Certificate of Completion - RTP
|CPD Hours:||24 Continuing Professional Development Hours|
100% Online Learning
With the completion of this course you will gain an understanding of the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management systems, ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management systems and ISO 45001:2018 OH&S Management systems. You will understand the processes that your organization should use to develop, implement, maintain and continually improve an Integrated Management System (IMS), including:
- Identify hazards and risks
- Identify environmental aspects
- Defining the quality, environment and OH&S objectives
- Determine customer and product/service requirements
- Define IMS policies
- Understand your own organizations IMS
- Management review and its importance
Are you looking for a formal qualification?
With a formal qualification, you will become an internationally recognized auditor. You will have a comprehensive understanding of how to implement and audit management systems within any organization.
Check out our other Management Systems courses which will provide you with a formal qualification:
|Consultation and Communication||Context of the organisation|
|Documented Information||Hazard assessment & control|
|Leadership & Planning||Measurement & Evaluation|
You are not required to complete an assessment for this course. However, we do include a 'Knowledge Check' for you to test your understanding as you work through the content modules.
You will be issued a Statement of Completion certificate.
Approx 24 hours full-time study*
Statement of Completion
Standard: ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018
No prerequisites required
* All ATOL courses are delivered in such a way you can work through them at your own pace, the actual time to complete the training may change depending on the individual learners' experience and/or learning style