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Recognition of Prior Learning

BSB51615 Diploma of Quality Auditing

You’ve done the work. Now get your reward.

Internal airline auditors

An internal auditor learns a whole lot more than regulations in the airline.

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Over a career, internal auditors learn to manage people and time and to understand complex processes and systems; internal auditors learn to think and communicate clearly, to cope with stress, to manage difficult conversations calmly, to plan, to assess critical matters and to articulate their findings.

They keep the airline compliant; they keep it improving; they check that what is meant to be done, is done, every time. They learn to work with all departments, all levels of management and all types of personalities; they evaluate things that matter and they learn and practice candor.  Their work is important: they are the crash investigator before the crash occurs. In short, an internal auditor is more than a compliance officer. An internal auditor is an investigator, an analyst, a confidant, a reporter; what they know about themselves, about others, about human behaviour and complexity, about managing time and resources, about inspiring confidence and doing the right thing, even when it’s unpopular… would qualify them for many high-level jobs anywhere in the world.

Yet when you leave the airline, you walk away with nothing but stories, nothing much to show for all you learned and mastered. You walk into your future with no qualification, no formal recognition of an extraordinary and bankable set of skills.

Or so it used to be.

Now, what you learned as an internal airline auditor can earn you a Diploma of Quality Auditing from ASSET Aviation Institute, a qualification that opens up a career in a huge array of sectors, some as far from flying as could be imagined.

ASSET Aviation Institute is Australia’s only ICAO and IATA accredited aviation educator. The Institute is accredited to issue its diploma through RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning). The Diploma of Quality Auditing from ASSET evaluates an internal airline auditor’s expertise, experience and on-the-job learning against the Nationally Recognised Training Framework for auditing competencies.

The diploma tells the world beyond the aviation sector that you are a world-class systems auditor.

Internal quality auditors

An internal quality auditor learns a whole lot more than conformance reports.

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Over a career, quality auditors learn to manage people, customers and their expectations, they learn to understand complex processes and systems quickly and to look for flaws that others miss; quality auditors learn about the process of continuous improvement, about risk management and how poor performance can cripple their organisation—even an industry. They learn to think and communicate clearly, to lead with diplomacy and to keep plans on track. They learn to measure those things that matter the most and to articulate their findings and translate reports into action.

They keep the product, the service or the process working to the standard to which it was designed; they keep it consistent, exact, fit-for-purpose, safe, and search for ways to improve; they check that what is produced, is worthy of the company’s brand.

The work of the quality auditor is important: it keeps the organisation improving. Their work assures society that the aircraft was built with care, that the service is efficient and not wasteful, that the public will be cared for—attitudes that are expected, today. In short, an internal quality auditor is more than a compliance advocate. An internal quality auditor is a diplomat, a conscience, an investigator, and a reporter; what they know about themselves, about others, about human behaviour and complexity, about balancing production with protection, about inspiring confidence and doing the right thing, even when others aren’t watching… would qualify them for many high-level jobs anywhere in the world.

Yet when you leave the production line, the manufacturer, or the airline you walk away with nothing but memories, nothing written to show for all you learned and mastered. You walk into your future with no qualification, no formal recognition of an extraordinary and bankable set of skills.

Or so it used to be.

Now, what you learned as an internal quality auditor can earn you a Diploma of Quality Auditing from ASSET Aviation Institute, a qualification that opens up a career in a huge array of sectors, some as far from flying as could be imagined.

ASSET Aviation Institute is Australia’s only ICAO and IATA accredited aviation educator. The Institute is accredited to issue its diploma through RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning). The Diploma of Quality Auditing from ASSET evaluates an internal quality auditor’s expertise, experience and on-the-job learning against the Nationally Recognised Training Framework for auditing competencies.

The diploma tells the world beyond the aviation sector that you are a world-class systems auditor.

Government and Military auditors

A lead auditor learns a whole lot more than report writing when leading teams.

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Over a career, Government civil aviation and military auditors learn to manage people and politics; they learn to understand many varying and sophisticated processes and systems—to judge them objectively against multiple criteria; to make decisions that people depend on. Government and military auditors learn to manage themselves and others within strict protocols and budgets; to work within the system, with the bureaucracy and to find a way to be effective.

Their work is important: they keep the industry safe and operators compliant; they keep defence personnel within the limits; they check that people from all airlines, aerodromes, operators, departments, units and squadrons, with differing personalities and priorities, are doing the right thing—following procedure. But more than this they use expert knowledge and experience, effective communication skills, planning, leading, organising and negotiating talents to do their work; they check that systems and procedures are safe for people to use.

In short, a government or military auditor is more than a compliance officer. They are an investigator, an analyst, a confidant, a reporter and a diplomat; what they know about themselves, about others, about government and human behaviour, about managing time and resources, about inspiring confidence and doing the right thing, especially when it’s unpopular… would qualify them for many high-level jobs anywhere in the world.

Yet when you leave the government or the military, you walk away with nothing but memories, nothing written to show for all you learned and mastered. You walk into your future with no qualification in audit, no formal recognition of an extraordinary and bankable set of skills.

Or so it used to be.

Now, what you learned as a government or military auditor can earn you a Diploma of Quality Auditing from ASSET Aviation Institute, a qualification that opens up a career in a huge array of sectors, some as far from flying as could be imagined.

ASSET Aviation Institute is Australia’s only ICAO and IATA accredited aviation educator. The Institute is accredited to issue its diploma through RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning). The Diploma of Quality Auditing from ASSET evaluates a government or military auditor’s expertise, experience and on-the-job learning against the Nationally Recognised Training Framework for auditing competencies.

The diploma tells the world beyond the aviation sector that you are a world-class systems auditor.

Auditor refresher

Auditors learn a whole lot more than checklists when auditing, they learn about change.

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Over a career, safety auditors learn one fundamental truth about aviation; its only constant is change. Regulations change, people change, technology changes and so too does your competency. To keep current and relevant, and to keep your organisation within acceptable levels of risk; you need to practice your skills, perfect them over time and to have them audited!

Book yourself in for a check-up, a review of your technique and methods; discuss your problems, doubts, and successes with others, who are just like you. You see, when you leave your university or Institute, you walk away with a qualification and skill, but not necessarily with a mechanism to keep them updated, fresh and relevant. You walk into your future with an extraordinary and bankable set of competencies, but no plan to keep them current.

Or so it used to be.

Now, what you learned as an aviation auditor, and what qualifications you have acquired along the way, can be protected with a refresher certificate in aviation auditing from ASSET Aviation Institute, a qualification that keeps your career open to an enormous array of sectors, some as far from flying as could be imagined. Join a small auditor refresher group, talk with others, drink coffee, reflect, learn and refresh. We don’t care where you did your initial training; every auditor is welcome.

ASSET Aviation Institute is Australia’s only ICAO and IATA accredited aviation educator. The refresher course for professional aviation auditors from ASSET updates your skills and refreshes your knowledge of theory and practice—how long has it been since you sat in a classroom?

The refresher certificate tells the world that you are up-to-date, that you a world-class systems auditor and a professional.

Enrolment Fee
$1,500*

* An auditing certificate or qualification together with a minimum of 24 months of practical auditing experience in an aviation environment is a pre-requisite for this course.

You’ve done the work—now keep it current.

How does RPL work?

There are two parts to obtaining formal qualifications: learning, and then assessing your competence in what you have learned.

You’ve done the first part. You have learned the skills and acquired knowledge and experience, so the only remaining task is for us to assess your competence.

There are 24 assessment tasks you need to complete. You have three options for assessment: Option A—aviation-specific auditing assessment, Option B—generic auditing assessment, or Option C—examples of your own work.

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What Do I Need To Do?

The assessment process starts with an application. If your application for enrolment is successful, our Institute will send you a log-in to our website. There you will verify your identity, complete assessment tasks, and upload your evidence portfolio. A case officer will be assigned to you to help you through the process from start to award. The time to complete the RPL process and assessments is different for each person, but you have six months to submit your work from the date of application.

Assessment Fee

$2,460*

* Professional Training costs are tax deductible

You’ve done the work—now get your reward.

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Why Asset Aviation Institute?

ASSET Aviation Institute is Australia’s only ICAO accredited aviation educator. The Institute is accredited to issue its diploma through RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) and classroom teaching. The Diploma of Quality Auditing from ASSET evaluates your expertise, experience and on-the-job learning against the Nationally Recognised Training Framework for auditing competencies. The diploma tells the world beyond the aviation sector that you are a world-class systems auditor.

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