Energy Management Systems Auditor/ Lead Auditor Training Course

 

 

AccreditationIRCA A 17571
DurationFive Days 
Session Dates and LocationTBA
Intended ForEnergy Managers, Energy Managers/Coordinators, Energy auditors, Facilities/Plant Managers, Environmental or Quality Managers, Environmental auditors, Management representatives, Consultants and Individuals interested in conducting first-party, second-party, and/or third-party audits of an energy management system.
AimProvides participants with the ability to evaluate, monitor and improve the effectiveness of an energy management system (EnMS) based on ISO 50001. This course is based on the principles and practices of effective management systems audits in accordance with ISO 19011:2011. It includes the requirements of a 3rd party audit process, from developing an audit plan and conducting onsite activities to writing audit reports and following up on actions. Participants gain necessary auditing skills through a balance of classroom presentations, practical role-playing, and case studies.
Objectives

At the end of the course the participants will be able to:

  • dsescribe the purpose and benefits of an energy management system.
  • interpret the requirements of ISO 50001:2011 in the context of an audit.
  • explain the purpose, content and interrelationship of ISO 50001:2011.
  • summarize the role of law in energy conservation and the requirements of various acts and rules applicable in the industry sector.
  • explain the role of an auditor to plan, conduct, report, and follow up on an energy management system audit in accordance with ISO 19011:2011.
  • plan, conduct, report and follow up on a EnMS audit based on good process identification, sampling, and questioning techniques.
  • manage an EnMS systems audit.
 
Content
  • Energy Management principles
  • PDCA philosophy for EnMS
  • Role of top management for EnMS
  • Energy policy
  • Legal requirements related to EnMS
  • Energy review, baseline, EnPIS, Energy objectives and targets
  • Communication
  • Documentation requirements
  • Control of operations impacting energy performance including design and procurement activities
  • Monitoring, measurement and analysis of the EnMS
  • Audits and review
  • Audit planning and preparation
  • Conduct of EnMS audits
  • Audit reporting
  • Follow up and close out