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Register for Mandatory Auditor Refresher Training

Workshop Length: 1 day

Who Should Take This Refresher Training: Mandatory for all CCSA Certified Auditors

Mode of Delivery: Classroom

Important Note: Auditors are required to bring a laptop or tablet to the course to become familiar with the Audit Instrument.

Course Description: The Auditor Refresher Training is intended to bring all auditors up to date on the recent audit/PIR changes and to give auditors the opportunity to train on CCSA’s new 2019 Audit Instrument. 

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course auditors will:

  • Become familiar with recent changes to provincial audit-related standards
  • Gain practical experience using the new 2019 Audit Instrument
  • Sharpen their skills -learn how to avoid typical quality assurance issues
  • Refresh their knowledge of CCSA’s Certificate of Recognition (COR) process

Certification: Retain CCSA Auditor certification

Further Details:

  • Please consider bringing a bagged lunch as food options may be limited nearby (please note there may also be limited space for refrigeration).
  • There is available parking at both Edmonton and Rocky View locations, but you may want to consider carpooling if possible. 
  • Please ensure you bring a laptop/tablet so that you can familiarize yourself with the 2019 Audit Instrument. 

Register:

**These sessions are on a first come first served basis.  Register soon to get the date and location that best suits you.

Deadline to register is November 13, 2018. 
 

**If you are an auditor who has missed the regsitration deadline, please contact CCSA directly at communications@ab-ccsa.ca.

Date

Location

Tickets

Nov 20, 2018 Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA)
3599 56 Ave East, Edmonton International Airport Edmonton, AB T9E 0V4
Registration Closed
Nov 22, 2018 Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA)
3599 56 Ave East, Edmonton International Airport Edmonton, AB T9E 0V4
Registration Closed
Nov 23, 2018 Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA)
3599 56 Ave East, Edmonton International Airport Edmonton, AB T9E 0V4
Registration Closed
 Nov 27, 2018 Manufacturers Health and Safety Association (MHSA)
#201, 292060 Wagon Wheel Link
Rocky View, AB T4A 0E2 

Registration Closed

Nov 28, 2018 Manufacturers Health and Safety Association (MHSA)
#201, 292060 Wagon Wheel Link
Rocky View, AB T4A 0E2 
Registration Closed
Nov 29, 2018 Manufacturers Health and Safety Association (MHSA)
#201, 292060 Wagon Wheel Link
Rocky View, AB T4A 0E2 
Registration Closed
Dec 4, 2018 Continuing Care Safety Association (CCSA)  110, 6325 Gateway Blvd  Edmonton, AB T6H5H6 Registration Closed
Dec 7, 2018 Manufacturers Health and Safety Association (MHSA)
#201, 292060 Wagon Wheel Link
Rocky View, AB T4A 0E2 

CCSA Update 3 - Audit Instrument

August 17, 2018

The third communication from CCSA about upcoming PIR/COR changes has been sent out to COR holders and Auditors.  The document, “Audit Standards and their Impact on CCSA and Member Employer Audit Requirements” is a breakdown of questions and instructions from the new Partnerships Audit Instrument.  As previously communicated, the Partnerships Audit Instrument now includes 10 elements; however, each element has been updated to reflect the changes required to align the Partnerships Audit Standards with the new legislation which came into force on June 1, 2018. All Certifying Partners, including the CCSA, are required to ensure implementation of these changes along with the new CCSA Audit Instrument by January 1, 2019.

CCSA Update: Standard Changes

August 13, 2018

The second communication developed specifically for CCSA member COR holders and Auditors is a document entitled, “The Changing Face of Alberta OHS and PIR Standards”.  This document highlights some of the upcoming changes to the Standards. 

Introduction to Partnerships Audit Standards

July 24, 2018

As part of the CCSA's commitment to keeping our stakeholders informed of the changes coming to PIR/COR resulting from Bill 30, Alberta Partnerships’ review of the COR Program and CCSA’s alignment of its own processes, we have developed some resources that we will be sharing over the next few months. The first of which is an “Introduction to Partnerships Audit Standards.”  This document is intended as a general overview for some of you who may not be familiar with Partnerships, Standards and what a Certifying Partner’s role is in the COR/PIR process and as a refresher for others.


We will continue to keep you up to date about further developments to these processes, but if you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.