Forensic ISO/IEC 17025 Assessor Training (Calibration)
If you are interested in becoming an Assessor, or just learning more about the mechanics of the assessment process, this is the course for you! During this 4.5-day course attendees will receive a thorough review of ISO/IEC 17025 and the Forensic Science Calibration Laboratories Accreditation Requirements (AR 3029). As demonstrated through various practical exercises, classroom discussions and a final written examination each attendee will understand and be able to apply the ANAB Forensic Calibration Laboratory accreditation process when serving as an assessor during an actual assessment of a forensic service provider. Additionally each attendee will gain specific knowledge, skills and abilities for designing an ISO/IEC 17025 compliant management system, and for planning and conducting an internal audit within their own calibration laboratory. Attendees will also be able to assist their own laboratory prepare for an accreditation assessment.
Note: Courses presented after April 1, 2017 will utilize the merged ANAB and ASCLD/LAB accreditation requirements (AR 3028, effective date June 1, 2017). Please follow this link for more information about the timeline for existing accredited laboratories and new customers.
- Each participant will understand and be able to apply the ANAB accreditation process when serving as an ANAB assessor during an actual assessment of a breath alcohol calibration laboratory.
- Each participant will gain specific knowledge, skills and abilities for designing an ISO/IEC 17025 compliant management system and for planning and conducting an ISO compliant internal audit within their own laboratory.
- Each participant will be prepared to assist their own laboratory with preparing for an ANAB accreditation assessment.
Upcoming Public Training
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*Note: The registration fee includes a copy of ISO/IEC 17025. Attendees will be responsible for any travel, lodging and meal expenses. Lunches and breaks will be “on your own” and are not included in the fee.
Private On-site Training
The Forensic ISO/IEC 17025 Assessor Training for Breath Alcohol Calibration course is also available as an on-site training. Private on-site courses are a great option for organizations that have several staff members that need the training. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-501-5363 for more information.
Do you want to become a Forensic ANAB Assessor?
For consideration to become an assessor, all participants that satisfactorily complete the assessor training must submit both the Application for Assessor Qualification and a signed Code of Conduct for Volunteers. These documents must be submitted within 1 year after successful completion of the exam. In addition, each participant under consideration shall possess the following amount of relevant work experience:
- An applicant with a bachelor’s degree or higher shall have a minimum of 4 years of relevant work experience and responsibility in a breath alcohol calibration laboratory
- An applicant with an associate’s degree shall have a minimum of 6 years of relevant
- Work experience and responsibility in a breath alcohol calibration laboratory
- An applicant with a high school diploma or equivalent shall have a minimum of 8 years of relevant work experience and responsibility in a breath alcohol calibration laboratory