No more paper/hand-written ISO certification exam!

  • FLEXIBILITY: Schedule your individual online exam pretty much anytime, during regular work hours, from your home or the office;
  • SHORTER TRIPS FOR YOUR TRAINING: Do not stay on the 5th day to sit an exam because you can schedule it anytime later;
  • REMOTE INVIGILATOR: External USB camera replaces the invigilator physically on site;
  • SECURITY: Better protection against the potential loss of your written exam;
  • EFFICIENCY: No more paper to print, distribute, collect, send and shuffle around;
  • ENVIRONMENT: No shipping, no paper to recycle;
  • AND THE LAST ONE: Writing answers with a pen instead of a keyboard… Seriously!

This applies to all Self-Training and all public classes as of 01 August 2019.

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Did you know? Our ISO Self-training now has online certification exam available

You can now acquire ISO certifications from the comfort of your home. ISO Self-training is a great opportunity if you do not have the time or budget to travel and join a traditional class.

With Self-Training, you will get online access to training material, be able to use your favorite device to study (computer, tablet or phone) and print the PDF files.

✔  No travel expenses
✔  No need to leave the office for a week
✔  Certification exam is online
✔  Exam and certification fees are included in the price

Learn at your own speed, on your own schedule and on your favorite device! Start your Self-training today >

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Working from Home: Business Matters

How many big business decisions, are made, wearing slippers (or not)?

I recently watched the Churchill movie, The Darkest Hour and noticed that they portrayed the man himself ‘working from home’ in his pj’s, on the bed drinking champagne etc. It is nothing new.

Working from home is a norm today. It will have it’s knockers and naysayers for sure. The myths and disbelievers. But working from home is a positive capability in more ways than one.

Not only is it very much ultra convenient, or even the only way for some, it is also a resilient solution in certain challenges.

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Business Matters

With many new office designs having less parking spaces than the occupancy permits, home working is actively encouraged to promote a good work-life balance, in addition to ensuring the environment has a break every now and then.

Are you sitting comfortably?….then we’ll begin

Just how many big business decisions, risks and innovation, have been made over the years from the ‘sanctuary’ of home? The home office space or even sat at the dinning room table?

Hassle free working?

Working from home provides people with a bit of ‘extra’ breathing space from being ‘hassled’ at the normal work place.

Less interruptions (or so we hope) and time to concentrate on the big projects. The business case… not the muffins.

Life in the fast lane

For some, working from home is not a viable option and I suspect, some are very happy it is not an option full stop. But in today’s ‘flexible’ and ‘mobile’ world, in which buisness demands are fast and furious, Business Continuity Management (BCM) plans and arrangements, will always have the ‘work from home’capability as one of it’s essential weapons of defence. Technology has enabled progress which enables a hopefully, seemless continuity (on the surface at least).

Decision making

Okay, so we will be a little more relaxed in our own homes. Decision fatigue becomes less relevant when we negate the challenges of what to wear for work today. Some will dress accordingly because it feels more motivational and ‘feels like work’, however others may prefer the comfy options.

Who cares really as long as it works for them and the decisions and output they have to make.Tough decisions like ‘shall I put a wash on’ may always be a ‘home challenge’ but in the main, working from home, if it is an option and a workable solution for BCM purposes, is undoubtedley a vangaurd of today’s economy.

Swings and waterslides

There will be arguements perhaps, over this and that (utility bills, internet access etc etc) but the benefits to both sides are far more positive than negative. We need resilient arrangements; fallback solutions and flexibility.

In difficult times, we may need the person in the slippers to stand tall and show how amazing they can be, with or without the suit and shoes. #resilientslippers

Paul Kudray

A truly down to earth, grounded individual who is a resilience professional. Helping people and organizations to build and maintain their capabilities to respond to and recover from, crisis, emergencies or disasters. Paul is the ‘resilience maverick’ because he is not like the average resilience professional. Paul wants to help everyone be a bit more resilient because they can! paul@kudrayconsulting.com

Where do you want your ISO training and certification?

Living room or conference room?

Yes, we offer public classes. But sometimes timing, location, budget, availability simply do not work for you. Yet, there are many other ways to get the ISO training and the ISO certifications you need!

Most of our ISO training and certifications are available for In-House and Self-Training delivery. So, where do you want it?

Click on the images below for more information about ISO Self-training and In-house delivery.

Acquire ISO certification from the comfort of your home. Learn at your own speed and on your own schedule. Self-Training is now available for participants based in Canada, the USA, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

>> See how the Self-training works

Get your team together at your location and at a time that fits your calendar. We will go pretty much anywhere and at anytime to deliver your training for a group of 5 or more participants. Save on travel expenses and get a discount growing with the size of your group.

>> Contact-us to organize your In-house training session

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Other ways to get ISO trained and ISO certified

In-house training, self-training and hosted public training.

Yes, we offer public classes. But sometimes timing, location, budget, availability simply do not work for you.

Yet, there are many other ways to get the ISO training and the ISO certifications you need.

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Get your team together at your location and at a time that fits your calendar. We will go pretty much anywhere and at anytime to deliver your training for a group of 5 or more participants.

Save on travel expenses and get a discount growing with the size of your group.

> CONTACT US TO ORGANISE YOUR IN-HOUSE TRAINING


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Acquire ISO certification from the comfort of your home or on the beach this summer. Learn at your own speed and on your own schedule.

Self-Training is now available for participants based in Canada, the USA, the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe.

> SEE HOW THE SELF-TRAINING WORKS
>> REGISTER AND START YOUR SELF-TRAINING


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You have space for us to deliver training but not quite enough participants from your organisation. You can host a scheduled public training. You can also create your own group of interested professionals in your city and organise with us your hosted public training.

Save on travel expenses and get a discount for hosting the public training.

> CONTACT US TO HOST A PUBLIC TRAINING ACTIVITY


Why training?

A recent survey showed that training budgets for 2017 varied greatly among organizations. However, 90% of organisations surveyed indicated that employee development was a very important element in their organizations.

In the same survey, the 3 most frequently intended outcomes from training expenses are, in order:

  1. Improving employee proficiency
  2. Increased job satisfaction
  3. Compliance

Did you know the story of the CFO complaining to the CEO about the cost of training? The CFO says “Look at all we spend on this. What will happen if we train them and then they go?”.

With a concerned look, the CEO says to the CFO: “What will happen if we do not train them and they stay?”