Training Services

Training Services


ITA offers a rich portfolio of practical courses, seminars and trainings on various topics. They are designed to meet the needs of our clients and partners and are led by experienced qualified lecturers and auditors. It is possible to organize open courses and in-house courses organized on-site in the organization or outside it in the training rooms of ITA equipped with modern training equipment. By participating in our trainings you will receive:

  • knowledge about specific requirements of standards depending on the subject of each specific training;
  • guidance on the appropriate content of the management system documentation developed;
  • an opportunity to identify specific requirements for products, services and production processes;
  • understanding of basic methods and techniques for implementing standards to ensure the effective operation, maintenance and development of management systems;
  • information on the main principles, procedures, techniques and methods of audit of management systems;
  • ability to prepare a report and analyze the results of an audit with a view to a real benefit to the organization.

After each training, you will be assured of the main benefits of the current management system and will be able to motivate your colleagues to meet together the requirements. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a training/attendance certificate.

Seminars usually last between one and two days, and lecturers are accredited auditors with years of experience.

The training includes teaching materials, coffee breaks, lunch, and for each subsequent participant of the same organization a discount on the price of a given course.


Interpretation, application and implementation of internationally recognized standards:

  • ISO 9001 – Quality management system. Requirements. Business improvement. Business risks assessment;
  • ISO 14001 – Environment management systems. Requirements. Environment aspects assessment. Legal requirements.
  • ISO 45001 – Occupational health and safety at work. Assessment of risks at work. Legal requirements. Incidents management.
  • ISO 27001 – Information security management systems. Requirements. Assets protection.
  • ISO 20000-1 – Service management systems. Requirements.
  • ISO 22000/ FSSC 22000 – Food safety management system. Requirements to the organizations in the food chain.
  • ISO 22301 – Business continuity management system. Requirements.
  • ISO 50001 – Energy management system. Requirements. Energy aspects assessment. Energy audit. Energy management planning.
  • SA 8000 / ISO 26000 – Social responsibility systems.
  • Changes when publishing new versions of management systems;
  • Auditors / lead auditors of management systems;
  • management representative for management systems;
  • Management of certifications under grant schemes.

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ISO 9001 – Quality management system. Requirements. Business improvement. Business risks assessment

ISO 9001 is the most common and most popular international standard. It provides a framework that allows organizations to develop and implement their own quality management systems, strive for the best achievements and manage their day-to-day operations effectively.

Any organization that has implemented a quality management system has the potential to attract and retain customers, while improving the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of its business.

The certification of quality management systems according to this standard is a guarantee that the organization has reliable mechanisms to ensure the quality of the products and services it provides.


  • Development of consistent, repetitive processes as a common system;
  • Increased business efficiency by improving monitoring and measurement;
  • Audit of the management system, identification of sustainability, stimulation of change;
  • Targeting the responsibility for development and management of the quality system to senior management;
  • Ensuring the necessary means to satisfy the requirements of the clients and other interested parties;
  • Identification and understanding of business risks and the means of minimizing them;
  • Continuous measurement of the company’s objectives and their implementation;
  • Identification of non-compliances and reducing errors in the quality of products and services;
  • Identification and elimination of the root causes of recurring problems, saving time and money;
  • Improvement of the overall performance and increase of profits.