ISO 37001 Lead Auditor Certification

The ISO 37001 Lead Auditor certifications are credentials for professionals needing to audit an Anti-bribery management system based on ISO 37001:2016, and, in case of the “ISO 37001 Lead Auditor” Certification, able to manage a team of auditor.

The principal competencies and knowledge skills needed by the market are the ability to proficiently plan and perform audits compliant with the certification process of the ISO 37001 standard, to master the audit techniques, and manage (or be part of) audit teams and audit program.

Various professions may apply for this certification:

  • Internal auditors
  • Auditors wanting to perform and lead Anti-bribery Management System certification audits
  • Project managers or consultants wanting to master Anti-bribery Management System audit process
  • Persons responsible for Anti-bribery conformity in an organization
  • Members of Anti-bribery team
  • Expert advisors in Anti-bribery Management System
  • Technical experts wanting to prepare for Anti-bribery audit function

The requirements for “Auditor” certifications are:

Credential Exam Professional experience MS audit/ assessment experience Other requirements
ISO 37001 Provisional Auditor PECB Certified ISO 37001 Lead Auditor exam or equivalent None None Signing the PECB code of ethics
ISO 37001 Auditor PECB Certified ISO 37001 Lead Auditor exam or equivalent Two years: One year of Anti-bribery work experience Audit activities totaling 200 hours Signing the PECB code of ethics
ISO 37001 Lead Auditor PECB Certified ISO 37001 Lead Auditor exam or equivalent Five years: Two years of Anti-bribery work experience Audit activities totaling 300 hours Signing the PECB code of ethics

For certification purposes, the following audit types constitute valid audit experience:

If an applicant doesn’t have all requirements to apply for the credentials of ISO 37001 Lead Auditor, he/she may apply for the credentials of ISO 37001 Auditor or ISO 37001 Provisional auditor.

  1. Pre-assessment/pre-audit
  2. Gap analysis
  3. Internal audits
  4. Second party audits
  5. Third party/external audits
  6. Opinion audit

To be considered valid, these audits should follow best audit practices and include most of the following activities:

  1. Audit planning
  2. Audit interview
  3. Managing an audit program
  4. Drafting audit reports
  5. Drafting non-conformity reports
  6. Drafting audit working documents
  7. Documentation review
  8. On-Site Audit
  9. Non-conformity follow-up actions
  10. Leading a team of auditors

 

Informations and registration:

Poza-site-ANAlexandra Niculae, Training Director ENVISO

alexandra.niculae@enviso.org

0723.592.977


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