HQAI Auditor Training
HQAI is looking to increase its global pool of registered auditors. Interested? Read more about what it takes - and what it brings - to join our dynamic team of auditors.
HQAI is a young and rapidly growing NGO. Since December 2015, 38 organisations have used HQAI’s services and we contracted 22 independent auditors from 14 different countries to create a significant auditing capacity. In 2017 alone the audits led our auditors to 26 countries in Asia, Africa, South America and Europe.
HQAI’s business projections for the next five years are promising and we are looking to increase our global pool of registered auditors. Do you have experience in the humanitarian or development sector? Are you an experienced auditor?
Becoming a registered auditor is a multistep process: Auditors must demonstrate their qualification and experience in the humanitarian and auditing sectors to apply for HQAI training. If accepted, candidates go through the trainings (e-module and face-to-face) and are required to take a final test (mock audit) which is evaluated by HQAI’s quality assurance team and trainers. Only those who pass the test at a sufficient level are accepted to become registered auditors for HQAI and continue their training under the supervision of HQAI senior auditors.
Click here to read more about the training process.
Click here to read about HQAI's current pool of auditors.
The next residential face-to-face training of auditors is scheduled for May 2019. Make sure you don't miss any deadline.
If you wish to register in the training, or have questions on the requirements, profiles or administrative issues, please reach out to HQAI’s Quality Assurance Assistant:
Phone: +41 22 566 13 99