Diploma of Quality Auditing
- This information is for local students.
- This course is not available to international students.
Am I a You are a local student if:
you are an Australian citizen, or
you are a New Zealand citizen (excluding TAFE courses), or
you are an Australian permanent resident.
You are an international student if:
you are not an Australian citizen, and
you are not a New Zealand citizen (excluding TAFE courses), and
you are not an Australian permanent resident.local or an international student?
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Course in detail
Units of study
BSBAUD402B Participate in a quality audit
BSBAUD501B Initiate a quality audit
BSBAUD503B Lead a quality audit
BSBAUD504B Report on a quality audit
BSBOHS504B Apply principles of OHS risk management
BSBOHS505B Manage hazards in the work environment
BSBOHS508B Participate in the investigation of incidents
BSBRSK501A Manage risk
Aims and objectives
- To initiate, organise and conduct an audit with an auditee
- Prepare for leading an audit by reviewing and developing specific components of the audit plan
- Discussing the process with the relevant stakeholders
- Delegating components of the work to team members
- Leading the audit team in undertaking an audit
- Provide feedback to the audit team members on their performance
- Report on the outcomes of the quality audit and take appropriate follow up action
Participants with limited work experience in OHS will have the opportunity to attend four days of face-to-face intensives to develop the fundamental skills and knowledge. Attendance is compulsory and the training will accommodate those who require assistance in completing their assessments.
- Those who have achieved Certificate IV in Business or other relevant qualification/s; or
- Those who can provide evidence of competency in the majority of units required for the Certificate IV in Business or other relevant qualification/s; or
- Those with extensive vocational experience in auditing and without formal auditing qualifications
Courses at Swinburne can provide an alternative entry option, or pathway, into further TAFE, undergraduate and postgraduate courses if you don’t meet the entry requirements. For example, successful completion of a Swinburne diploma or advanced diploma provides credits that can advance you to later stages of an undergraduate degree. Certificate level studies can also pathway through to higher level TAFE studies. Whatever your situation, pathways ensure you gain the maximum benefit for previous study – whether at Swinburne or another institution. For more information, please visit the Pathways website.
Applicants with prior tertiary studies that satisfy part of the academic requirements of a course may be granted 'credit' and/or entry to the course with 'advanced standing'. University policies apply and applicants are assessed on a case-by-case basis. For further information refer to the Credit Transfer website.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process where a student may be granted credit or partial credit towards a qualification in recognition of skills and knowledge gained through work experience, life experience and/or formal training. To learn more about RPL and how to apply, please visit the RPL website.
How to applyPlease visit the Centre for OH&S Training website.
For information about scholarships at Swinburne visit the Scholarships website.