Part management systems, part technical/engineering, Energy Management Systems (EnMS) are put in place to control and effectively manage energy use, looking at using prioritised structured projects to maintain energy performance improvement.
The programme provides training to assist in building the competency of internal EnMS auditors in an organisation, and is undertaken in line with ISO 50001, the international energy management systems standard. Your two trainers for this course cover expertise in management systems delivery and technical energy consultancy expertise.
The overall aim of this course is to equip delegates with a general understanding of how to audit the effectiveness of their organisation’s EnMS. In detail this involves the following goals:
The course is aimed at people who are, or will be, involved in the internal audit process. Delegates may include system auditors for other standards (e.g. ISO 9001, AS9100, ISO 14001), line managers, Energy Champions, facilities/ maintenance technical staff, or Quality/Health and Safety professionals who may be moving towards a multiple audit role.
The course is specifically designed to develop Internal Auditor competency, to plan, develop and undertake and report internal EnMS audits in accordance with guidelines published in ISO 19011:2018 “Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems”, and combines practical case study exercises with trainer presentations and group review sessions. As with all courses there is a strong emphasis on activity based learning through exercises that encourage team working.
The course coverage and format have the following key outcomes:
At the end of the course the delegate will be able to effectively plan an Internal Audit, prepare checklists for the various stages of the audit and effectively assess and report non-conformances and opportunities for improvement in accordance with the guidelines.
A Mabbett Training Certificate of Completion will be provided for those successfully completing the course and passing the online test.