The Certification Scheme can only be undertaken by a Registered EXCiPACT Certification Body employing a Registered EXCiPACT Auditor. The following steps summarise how to become a Registered EXCiPACT Auditor.
- Undertake an EXCiPACT witnessed audit via ERCB
- ERCB sends witness report to EXCiPACT for approval
- EXCiPACT approves the witness report & confirms EXCiPACT Registered Auditor (ERA) status
- EXCiPACT adds name to the Registered Auditors list on their public website for 3-years.
EXCiPACT Certificates can only be issued by those Certification Bodies whose Auditors have undergone a rigorous assessment process in order to be qualified and registered. Such Auditors have completed the formal EXCiPACT Auditor two-day Training Course, have passed the end-of-course exam and have been successfully witnessed during an actual EXCiPACT audit to verify their competence.
An auditor’s Certificate of Registration as an EXCiPACT Auditor will be issued for a period of 3 years. At the end of every 3 year period, the auditor needs to apply for re-registration, when the Auditor should show Continuing Professional Development (CPD), as well as proof of further audit experience.
List of EXCiPACT Registered Auditors