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On February 25, 2014 – experts from Intertek organization have conducted the audit for the purpose of re-certifying ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System at TDC after 3 years of adopting this standard.

Opening meeting of audit for re-certifying ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System
at Thu Duc College of Technology

During the past 3 years, the adoption of ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System at TDC has brought about enormous practical efficiency, best supporting operations within all Departments, Faculties and Centers as well as becoming a useful tool for implementing the College’s  strategic objectives. Speaking at the opening session, Nguyen Thi Ly, Master – the College President – expressed her unanimous attitude towards the team of experts in conducting the assessment of the College’s quality management system.  It is the College President’s expectation that, upon completion of the assessment, the system will be optimized and beneficial to the College’s operations.  

 

From left to right: Ms. Nguyen Thi Ly, Master – The College President, Mr. Tran Hoai Phong and Mr. Tran Hoang Thai – professional auditors of Intertek

Right after the opening session, the audit team has conducted the audit at the College’s departments, faculties and centers. Three primary methods of auditing consist of interviews, inspection of records and factual observation at each unit, thereby providing auditing results based on factual adoption of quality management system under ISO standard at departments, faculties and centers.






The audit team is conducting the audit at departments, faculties and centers

The audit team has given a straight judgment on strengths and points-to-notice in the College’s ISO standard quality management system and reported on strengths in the system adoption, quality of lecturers, staffs, and filing system…At the time of auditing, the College’s quality management system has basically met the required operational criteria and the College’s operations. However, the audit team has also noted minor aspects in the system: the coordination among units should be more closely built and streamlined; the monitoring of project progress should be implemented in certain units; and, for newly-integrated centers, new ISO procedures should be re-established in conformity with the objectives and orientations. 

The College’s Board of ISO Management has recorded and received contributing opinions from the audit team and has decided to have appropriate adjustments. In the upcoming years, TDC will continue to maintain and better implement ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System as a commitment to the College’s training objectives, quality and brand. In March 2014, experts from Intertek will coordinate with the College’s Board of ISO Management to provide a training course in the deployment, maintenance and annual audit of the system for leaders and persons in charge of ISO system of departments, faculties and centers. 

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