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Learn the Process Approach & How to Use Turtle Diagrams

In Internal Auditing, Supplier Audit, Supplier Audits on January 21, 2013 at 11:13 am

Example of Turtle Diagram provided by Jan Roovers

Example of Turtle Diagram provided by Jan Roovers

Checklists are great for making sure that all aspects of the regulations are covered, but is there a way to get more out of your audits? Imagine how nice it would feel to eliminate that “Control of Records” audit, and several other audits from your schedule that consist primarily of reviewing mountains of paperwork. Register for the audio seminar hosted by FX Conferences on February 19th and you will understand why separate audits of support processes are largely unnecessary. You will be able to complete turtle diagrams for any process in minutes, and you will learn how to strategically select auditors according to the process flow.

Audio seminar with FX Conferences on February 19th:

Click Here“Adding Value to Audits Using the Process Approach”

This seminar will demonstrate how to use turtle diagrams and the process approach to perform audits. The presentation materials include a blank turtle diagram template and a sample, completed turtle diagram for an incoming inspection process. You will also learn how to assign auditors differently in order get more value from your audits.

This audio conference covers:

  • What is the process approach to auditing?
  • Why is the process approach more efficient than audit checklists?
  • What is a turtle diagram?
  • In what order should you ask audit questions?
  • Who should you assign to each process and why?
  • How you can add more value during audits?
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