Providing consultation, training, and facilitation in the design, development, implementation, maintenance, and audit of ASME NQA-1 Quality Assurance Programs for 100's of DOE and Nuclear Industry clients!
10CFR Part 50 Appendix B Quality Assurance Lead Auditor Certification Training
Course No. 101N
4 1/2 days -- 3.6CEU's -- Copyright 2017
LMJ International has been selected as the course provider for Nuclear Regulatory Commission Quality Assurance Program Inspection Personnel (August, 2008).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
NRC QA Program Inspection personnel; building, construction, and engineering contractors, and/or equipment and materials suppliers currently responsible for the implementation, maintenance and audit of the NRC Quality Assurance Program requirements within 10CFR Part 50 Appendix B.
This course is designed for those concerned with assuring product, process, and program conformance to requirements by conducting effective, performance-based audits of the quality system and improved performance. Experience has proven these techniques extremely useful for engineering, production, procurement, environmental, health, and safety management personnel and all those responsible for implementation of the quality assurance program and requirements.
The latest, state-of-the-art methodologies, practices, and techniques for audits/assessments are presented and discussed in detail to internal, on-site and contractor/supplier facility QA operations.
The world-recognized "what and how" of actual on-the-scene audits of systems as designed and developed by Mr. L. Marvin Johnson, world pioneer in the Quality Audit.
Presentations will cover an extensive overview and interpretation of the 10CFR Part 50 Appendix B Quality Assurance Program requirements, including a comparison to NQA-1: 1994 through NQA-1: 2012 requirements, with specifc emphasis on the NQA-1:2008/2009a requirements. Additional quality requirements within the operating license will also be discussed, as well as the integration of these requirements within appropriate audit protocol.
Specially designed course exercises and case studies will follow the QA Program at crucial points in the flow of materials through a manufacturing/processing/storage facility. Management, design engineering, procurement, receiving and receiving storage, fabrication, special processes nonconforming material, document control, records management, environmental management, storage and shipping are studied in detail.
Through our group exercises, findings, concerns, and observations are analyzed, documented, reported, and communicated to appropriate management personnel, including the follow-up actions to assure effective corrective/preventive/improvement actions are taken and that they are determined to be effective for close-out.
PLEASE NOTE: This course is the same course as the NQA-1 Lead Auditor Certification Training Course. Separate outlines have been developed to address the use of 10CFR Part 50 Appendix B and ANSI N45.2.23 requirements used in this course.
NQA-1:2008, Requirement 2, Quality Assurance Program, Paragraph 303.4, and/or ANSI N45.2.23 written examination to be administered at approximately 11:00am on the final day of the course presentation (Day 5).
***NEW REDUCED FEE***
$1495.00, which includes the complete student course manual, standards and specifications, administration of the written examination, and certificate of attendance. Advance payment is requested, unless other arrangements are made ahead of time.
There is no charge for sending a substitution if you are unable to attend the course. Cancellations received 10 days or less prior to the course start date are subject to the full course fee. Substitutions and cancellations may be made by phone, fax, email, or mail (if received within 10 days of the course start date.)
DAILY SCHEDULE: (4 1/2 Days)
8:00am - 4:40 pm Monday through Thursday; Friday 7:30am - 1:00pm.