24-25 May 2021: ISO13485:2016 Internal Auditing


24-25 May 2021


The ISO 13485 Standard mentioned the organization shall conduct internal audits at planned intervals to determine whether the quality management system conforms to relevant requirements and if it is effectively implemented and maintained.


The organization must have a process established to conduct an internal audit at planned intervals. The internal audit shall be planned, executed, reported and follow-up to ensure an effective closed-loop internal audit process is conducted. The internal audit results are important to provide Top Management with the status of the quality management system and to identify improvement initiatives.


This training is developed to give an understanding to the organization regarding the requirements on internal audit from the ISO 13485 standard as well as the ISO 19011 standard. This training is aimed to develop a team of internal auditors that are competent in conducting internal audit.


This course aims to provide delegates the competence to plan, execute, report, and follow-up on an internal audit based on the ISO 13485:2016 Standard requirements. The consultant will also share practical examples through assignments and/or workshops to help delegates understand the content of the training better.


The course content outlined is to provide delegates with:

  • The principles of audit and auditing guidelines based on ISO 19011 standards
  • Knowledge and skills to plan, execute, report and follow-up an internal audit
  • Understanding of common mistakes in internal auditing



Session 1 (half-day):

Opening and introduction

  1. Overview of auditing and the introduction to ISO 19011.
  2. ISO 13485 requirements for internal auditing
  3. Risk-based approach and Process-based approach in auditing
  4. Personal behaviour of auditor



Session 2 (half-day):

Day 1 Recap

  1. Initiating audit
  2. Preparing audit activities


Session 3 (half-day):

Day 2 Recap

  1. Conducting audit activities
  2. Preparing and distributing audit report


Session 4 (half-day):

Day 3 Recap

  1. Completing audit
  2. Conducting audit follow-up
  3. Course summary


Upon completion of this training, delegates will: –

  1. Have a good understanding of what is audit and the principles of auditing.
  2. Understand how to establish audit programme, develop an audit plan and audit checklist.
  3. Understand the audit methodology (the audit triangle) to collect audit evidence.
  4. Learn the personal behaviour of auditors.


This programme is designed for ALL functions and levels of an organization that need to gain knowledge and practical skills on internal auditing based on ISO 13485.


This programme is particularly useful to those managing the quality management system, and internal auditors.


Harry Wong has over 19 years’ of professional work experience in Quality Assurance of medical device, Ceramic Former and Metal Stamping for Electrical, Electronics and Automotive industries. He currently holds the position of Associate Director, Global Complaint and Risk Management, Global Quality Assurance in one of the global leaders in protection solutions. As the subject matter expert of risk management, he provides advice, direction and training for Risk Management personnel across global sites and facilities; ensuring their risk management process complies with all necessary regulatory standards including QSR (FDA), MDD and ISO requirements. He is responsible for developing the global harmonized risk management SOP and tools which are implemented in the global organization facilities and sites.

Harry Wong is also an ASQ Certified Quality Engineer and Lead Auditor for ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 and has extensive involvement in mock audits for global sites preparing for CCC, ANVISA, SEI and FDA.


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