responsible persons for construction companies, managers, three chief engineers, project leaders, heads of technical quality, safety, and human resources departments, heads of quality management departments, and document writers and internal auditors.

  training benefits   

1. familiar with and understand the key difficulties of the quality management system standards for engineering construction companies;

2. fully grasp the relevant requirements of gb/t 50430-2017 and effectively carry out system internal audit work;

3. facilitate the elimination of technical barriers in international trade and access to "passes" for entering international markets;

4. it can improve and standardize internal work processes and systems;

5. increase the visibility of the company, improve the quality level of the project, and enable the company to obtain greater economic benefits;

  training fee  

2080/person (including training fee, data fee, teaching material fee, certificate fee, lunch fee, refreshments)

 days of training   

2 days

  training content  

   the first day

part 1: contents of the " national certification and accreditation commission no. 21 announcement 2010"

part 2: gb/t 50430 content requirements and notes


1. general

2. terminology

3. basic regulations

4. organization and responsibilities

5. human resources management

6. bid and contract management

7. construction equipment and facilities management

8. engineering materials, components and equipment management

9. subcontract management

10. project quality management

11. construction quality inspection and verification

12. quality management inspection, analysis, evaluation and improvement

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   the second day

gb/t 50430 internal audit

(i) introduction to gb/t19011-2013 "management system audit guide" standards

(ii) overview of management system audit and related terms

(iii) management of internal audit schemes

(d) the start of the audit

(v) preparation for audit activities

(vi) implementation of audit activities

(vii) compilation, approval and distribution of the audit report, and the completion of the audit

(viii) examination of implementation of audit follow-up activities