Getting the best out of being accredited by IANZ requires all staff to be familiar with the standards and processes that well-managed laboratories and inspection bodies operate to. That is why IANZ provides training in all aspects of accreditation.
Our courses range in duration from one to five days. Whilst all of them are hosted face to face mode (mainly in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch), we also run most of them virtually via Zoom. The same courses can also be held within a company, which has the advantage of the course being tailored to suit the company and savings in the cost.
In house training courses. These are workplace training courses that can be run on your site. We can offer many of these virtually as well.
Online training courses. We have an online course for Technical Experts introducing them to the IANZ assessment process. This course is free for IANZ Technical Experts. To access the course visit https://nzqc.teachable.com/. or get your discount code for 100% off from your IANZ assessment team.
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This two-day course will cover topics related to the calculation of measurement uncertainty, including the statistics used and application of them to calculate an estimate of measurement uncertainty. This will be an interactive course where attendees will carry out various exercises throughout the course to assist with their understanding relating to estimating measurement uncertainty.
This two day course is designed to provide a practical understanding of the international standard 17020. The course is interactive and provides ample opportunity to question and discuss issues of particular interest to course members.
This three-day course is particularly suited for staff new to a laboratory environment. It gives participants guidance and training in the skills needed to develop and implement an effective laboratory quality management system. The course is based on NZS ISO/IEC 17025:2017, the standard used for accrediting laboratories in New Zealand.