Length: 4 days CEUs: 3.00 PDHs: 30.00
The objective of this course is to provide the prospective lead auditor, with sufficient formal training to assist in meeting the training requirement for ASME NQA-1 and N45.2.23 auditors. This course gives each student the body of knowledge and understanding of auditing methods and techniques to conduct audits of nuclear quality assurance programs. The material includes the development, organization and administration of an audit program; the mechanics of an individual audit; audit objectives; and auditing techniques.
Each participant will receive a complimentary copy of the ASME NQA-1 Quality Assurance Requirements for Nuclear Facility Applications Standard.
You Will Learn To
- Identify and become knowledgeable of rules and regulations, standards and guidance applicable to nuclear facilities
- Explain how to examine the general structure of quality assurance programs such as NQA-1 and ISO 9001
- Describe how to establish an audit program and how to plan for conducting audits
- Identify the four phases of the audit life cycle: 1) preparation, 2) performance, 3) reporting, and 4) follow-up
- Identify the duties and responsibilities of both an auditor and lead auditor
- Evaluate quality assurance program documents and associated procedures.
- Explain how to prepare and perform internal and supplier audits including how to report and follow up on findings
- Demonstrate an understanding of auditing methods and techniques through participation in practical exercises and examination
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Who Should Attend
Quality Engineers, Auditors, Engineers, Project Managers, Inspection Personnel, Production Supervisors, Facility Representatives, Procurement Personnel, Safety System Oversight Staff, and Assessment Personnel.
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Course Type: Public Course
Course Number: PD675
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Norman P. Moreau, P.E., CSQE, CQA, is President and Principal Consultant for Theseus Professional Services, LLC. Mr. Moreau has been involved in software development and software quality assurance for over 20 years. He has worked for commercial and government nuclear facilities throughout the U.S. He has also worked for organizations that developed and maintained software used in the private and government sectors. Since 1990, he has been an active participant on the ASME Committee on Nuclear Quality Assurance (NQA). His significant contributions have been in the areas QA for computer software and records management.
Mr. Moreau was recently elected to be the first Chair of the new Subcommittee on Software Quality Assurance. He has been on the ASME NQA Main Committee since 2002. Since 2004 he has served as the Vice Chair, Subcommittee on Engineering and Procurement Processes. Mr. Moreau has been a subject matter expert, auditor, and appraiser on the behalf of commercial and government users of computer software. He is a registered professional engineering and holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Science in Administration degree in software engineering administration.
Ronald C. Schrotke is the Principal and Owner of Ron Schrotke, LLC. Mr. Schrotke is a retired Senior Quality Assurance Project Professional and Engineer from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Operated by Battelle. Mr. Schrotke has been involved in the development of software and the application of software quality assurance Standards and practices for more than 30 years. Additionally, he has been involved in the development of Quality Assurance Standards and requirements (for software and more traditional hardware activities) since 1986, both in the research and manufacturing sectors.
Mr. Schrotke’s understanding of Quality Assurance requirements has aided organizations across the country. Mr. Schrotke served as an NQA-1 Subcommittee Chair for three years, and a Vice-Chair of the Main Committee for several years, and he is currently the Chair of the NQA-1 Main Committee. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, with a Minor in Mathematics.
David Morley is the Quality Assurance Manager at S.A. Technology and is responsible for overseeing the implementation of S.A. Technology NQA-1 and ISO-9000 QA programs. Mr. Morley has twenty-five years of experience in Quality Assurance and Quality Control. He is certified as a Lead Auditor to ASME NQA-1, ISO 9001, and N45.23. He is also an ANSI N45.2.6.inspector. Mr. Morley has excellent experience and knowledge in DOE, commercial nuclear power, and commercial industry programs and requirements. In 2009 he became an active member of the ASME NQA-1 Committee.