Auditor Training Program (ATP)™ – Recertification
ACSA Peer Auditors are required to take this one-day course every three years to maintain their auditor certification. This course will cover updates relating to any recent changes to the audit document and/or process, and will clarify any issues that auditors have encountered while evaluating health and safety programs. Click here for a calendar of available classes.
IMPORTANT NOTEFor an auditor to maintain their status, they must conduct an internal audit, COR Action Plan, maintenance audit or external audit, in not one, but both interim years leading up to their re-certification. If an auditor fails to meet this piece of criteria they will be automatically disqualified and will be required to re-sit the ATP course should they wish to regain certification.
Course topics include:
this course has a written exam component. Participants must achieve a minimum score of 80% for course certification.
Once a certificate has been issued, the auditor must maintain certification by completing and submitting a minimum of one annual internal, maintenance or external audit, in addition to attending a recertification course every three years (before the expiry date on their certificate).
Must be an ACSA certified auditor (current certification).
To request a refund or transfer, notification must be received two (2) business days prior to scheduled course date or payment will be forfeited.
Using the student entrance please check the board/TV screen and report to your assigned classroom. Check-in starts at 7:30 am. The course begins at 8:00 am.
Government-issued photo ID is required for course attendance.
PricingMember:$60.00 ea. Associate Member:$75.00 ea.Non-member:$375.00 ea.
The ACSA offers a range of prices based on membership status. For information on membership click here.