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Upcoming Webinars

PJR is hosting a series of free, educational webinars in the coming weeks and months. Check out what’s coming up below!

Training

Upcoming:

Tuesday, April 26th
The Interaction of Processes and its Importance to a Successful Audit (Register)

Many of our clients and auditors have expressed concern that there is no clear cut guidance available on the critical topic of process interaction. This presentation seeks to simplify the concept and make it understandable. If you’ve ever wondered what we really mean when we ask what your processes are, this presentation is for you.

Wednesday, April 27th
ISO 9001:2015 Critical Points of Review During the Transition Audit Process (Register)

A deep dive into the new questions that auditors will be asking under ISO 9001:2015 and what PJR’s expectations will be for client responses.

Wednesday, May 4th
ISO 9001:2015 – Preparing for a Successful Transition – Newly Updated Following the Successful Publication of ISO 9001:2015 (Register)

PJR is hosting a free, educational webinar for organizations to learn about ISO 9001:2015: Preparing For A Successful Transition. Changes and transition practices for the upcoming ISO 9001:2015 standard will be discussed by PJR expert Joe Krolikowski.

Wednesday, May 11th
ISO/IEC 17021:2015 Overview (Register)

ISO/IEC 17021 is the set of requirements all accredited certification bodies must follow to provide audits and certification of management systems. This document was revised and released in 2015, and PJR is implementing many of these changes now. Some of these revisions impact our certified clients. It is important that you understand how changes in scheduling and nonconformity response requirements , as just two examples, may lead to changes in your audits. This webinar will consist of a half-hour of prepared content. The presenter will field questions afterward.

Wednesday, May 18th
The Interaction of Processes and its Importance to a Successful Audit (Register)

Many of our clients and auditors have expressed concern that there is no clear cut guidance available on the critical topic of process interaction. This presentation seeks to simplify the concept and make it understandable. If you’ve ever wondered what we really mean when we ask what your processes are, this presentation is for you.

Tuesday, May 31st
ISO 9001:2015 Critical Points of Review During the Transition Audit Process (Register)

A deep dive into the new questions that auditors will be asking under ISO 9001:2015 and what PJR’s expectations will be for client responses.

Wednesday, June 8th
ISO 9001:2015 – Preparing for a Successful Transition – Newly Updated Following the Successful Publication of ISO 9001:2015 (Register)

PJR is hosting a free, educational webinar for organizations to learn about ISO 9001:2015: Preparing For A Successful Transition. Changes and transition practices for the upcoming ISO 9001:2015 standard will be discussed by PJR expert Joe Krolikowski.

Wednesday, June 15th
ISO/IEC 17021:2015 Overview (Register)

ISO/IEC 17021 is the set of requirements all accredited certification bodies must follow to provide audits and certification of management systems. This document was revised and released in 2015, and PJR is implementing many of these changes now. Some of these revisions impact our certified clients. It is important that you understand how changes in scheduling and nonconformity response requirements , as just two examples, may lead to changes in your audits. This webinar will consist of a half-hour of prepared content. The presenter will field questions afterward.

Wednesday, June 22th
The Interaction of Processes and its Importance to a Successful Audit (Register)

Many of our clients and auditors have expressed concern that there is no clear cut guidance available on the critical topic of process interaction. This presentation seeks to simplify the concept and make it understandable. If you’ve ever wondered what we really mean when we ask what your processes are, this presentation is for you.

Tuesday, June 28th
ISO 9001:2015 Critical Points of Review During the Transition Audit Process (Register)

A deep dive into the new questions that auditors will be asking under ISO 9001:2015 and what PJR’s expectations will be for client responses.

Wednesday, July 20th
ISO/IEC 17021:2015 Overview (Register)

ISO/IEC 17021 is the set of requirements all accredited certification bodies must follow to provide audits and certification of management systems. This document was revised and released in 2015, and PJR is implementing many of these changes now. Some of these revisions impact our certified clients. It is important that you understand how changes in scheduling and nonconformity response requirements , as just two examples, may lead to changes in your audits. This webinar will consist of a half-hour of prepared content. The presenter will field questions afterward.

Wednesday, August 17th
ISO/IEC 17021:2015 Overview (Register)

ISO/IEC 17021 is the set of requirements all accredited certification bodies must follow to provide audits and certification of management systems. This document was revised and released in 2015, and PJR is implementing many of these changes now. Some of these revisions impact our certified clients. It is important that you understand how changes in scheduling and nonconformity response requirements , as just two examples, may lead to changes in your audits. This webinar will consist of a half-hour of prepared content. The presenter will field questions afterward.


“Knowing that ISO 9001:2015 isn’t supposed to have a final release until fall of this year, I expected the “Preparing for a Successful Transition” webinar to be filled with expectational fluff. I was pleasantly surprised to actually learn a number of different things that will be of some use to me while maintaining my company’s QMS.

The presentation was well laid out and the presenter reflected a sound knowledge of the topic. I have viewed several PJR webinars and I haven’t been disappointed yet. Even considering they are “free”, I have felt cheated by paying for other webinars that fell way short of expectations.

Keep up the good work!”

Roger Wahl, Quality Manager
TRICOR Systems Inc.