What Is An Interface ISO Starter Day?

What Is An Interface ISO Starter Day?

This is a short day (typically 10:00 – 16:00) with 2 key elements. The first is a training and explanation session for up to 6 of your staff;

Secondly a detailed Gap Analysis, generally with the staff (one or more) who will be leading the certification initiative.

The ISO Starter day is designed to build capacity for, and understanding of, ISO certification. Additionally identifying any gaps your organisation has in meeting the requirements of the standard(s).

We will then produce a detailed report clearly identifying these gaps. This will allow you to address any requirements, with recommendations for improvement.

ISO Starter Day & ISO Certification

When signing up for the Interface ISO Starter Day this does not include certification.

This means that there is no obligation to proceed any further should you not wish to do so.

Equally, we will also provide you with a separate proposal for certification should you wish to proceed.

Our quotes

We believe in transparency.

This means that there are no hidden extras in our quotes I.E. For subsistence or travel.

The price we quote would be the price you would pay.

We do NOT tie you into time-bound contracts with us; we believe you will be very happy with our service and if you decide our services are no longer what you desire, we will not stand in your way!

There is no charge for ending the contract although you are liable for any ‘booked’ audit appointments – typically four weeks or less from your notified audit date.

Are you interested in a quote for an ISO Starter Day?

If so please get in touch with us.

You can call us on 01952 288325, or you can also initiate a live chat on our website.

Alternatively please complete the below form and we will provide you with a quotation.

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