Learn about the international laboratory competence standard from one of its original authors. Examine its underlying principles and concepts. Understand its requirements.
This Online Training Course examines both the quality system and technical requirements within the standard, including Risk Based Thinking, traceability of measurement, evaluations of uncertainty, and the Decision Rule. It contains easy-to-understand approaches to continual improvement and handling of customer feedback.
The course contains extensive reference to international interpretation and implementation guidance documents which are used by accredited laboratories.
Ned is the Principal of MOTIVA Training Inc. He also serves as the current Training Manager of International Accreditation Service Inc (IAS), a signatory to both the ILAC and IAF Conventions. Ned started in laboratory quality systems in 1992 and has been involved in accreditation since 1996, including 10 years as the Quality Manager of an ILAC signatory body.
Ned once served on the ISO/CASCO committees that wrote 17025 and revised it in 2005. He represented ILAC on ISO TC 176, the committee responsible for ISO 9000.
Today, Ned serves as a Lead Evaluator for ILAC and APLAC and the trainer for APLAC. A world traveller in the service of the UN, Ned has deployed to developing nations to assist in the creation and implementation of conformant accreditation programs. Closer to home, he currently represents IAS at both ILAC and APLAC.
His hobby is flying Mooney’s. His favourite topic is leadership.