Knowledge and Skills Auditors Should Have

According to ISO 19011 2011, Annex A, auditors need to have
discipline-specific and sector-specific knowledge and skill in
order to be able to audit specialized management systems and
sectors, to evaluate auditee's activities, processes, and products,
and to generate accurate findings and reach valid conclusions.

Annex A describes the type of knowledge and skill that management
system auditors should have. It explains what auditors need to know
in order to be able to audit:

Use these examples of discipline-specific and sector-specific knowledge
and skill to help you select and evaluate management system auditors.

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ISO 19011 2011 Translated into Plain English

Annex B: Planning and Performing Management System Audits

 Updated on December 19, 2015. First published on May 24, 2012.

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