ISO 9001 Standards and Certification

Understanding what you are buying is critically important before you spend money on an ISO 9001 implementation. Don't miss Fedmarket's "ISO 9001 Standards and Certification" seminar.

Upcoming Half-Day Training Date Location
ISO 9001 Standards and Certification Thursday, October 14, 2010, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EST Bethesda, MD or Live Online

Click on the title above to learn more about the course or take a shortcut to guidance and call 301 652 9504, Ext. 2.

"Our client wants us to achieve ISO 9001 certification. I know we'll be spending many, many thousands of dollars but I just don't understand what we are buying. Also, is implementing a quality management system going to create a lot of extra work for my employees? I"m so confused and concerned."

The statements and questions posed above are typical of those we get from decision makers who know they need to obtain an ISO 9001 certification to qualify for federal government bids but need help understanding the process. Are you one of them?

Attending the ISO 9001 seminar will help you comprehend the process, the certification timeline, and how getting certified adds significant value to your organization's productivity and bottom line.

Seminar Speaker Dario Passadore will cover:

What is ISO 9001:2008?
Attendees will learn what ISO 9001:2008 is and the steps needed to implement it. You will leave the course with a sound knowledge base and a list of action items to tackle.

How is it useful beyond producing a mass of paperwork?
Wouldn't it be nice to get more than a stack of paper for the time and dollars spent on the ISO 9001 implementation? Well, a certification can give your business a true competitive advantage. Your company will be a more efficient organization and will offer better products and services that are targeted to meet your customers' needs. Now, isn't that valuable?

What happens during the process?
So, I know that an audit occurs at the end of the process. What does the audit encompass? What are the steps to get my organization ready for the audit? What are my alternatives for implementation? What's the difference between a quick implementation versus long-term quality improvement? How much time and how many of my employees are required to implement it? Are there grants available that can help pay for part of the implementation or training?

Fedmarket offers a range of full-day seminars that cover topics from GSA Schedules to Federal Sales to Proposal Development.
View the Fedmarket seminar calendar for upcoming dates and locations.
Many of the seminars are broadcast live over the web as Netcasts.


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