Self-Assessing Your Quality Assurance Program

Course Details
Self-Assessing Your Quality Assurance Program is unique because it not only provides training on the techniques and requirements for completing the Department-mandated annual self-assessments, but also includes chapter activities that culminate in the conduct of a self-assessment and preparation of a report. You receive pertinent training, Continuing Education Credits, and also fulfill your self-assessment requirements.

Course Outline
- General Information
- Introduction
- Chapter 1 Program Self-Assessment Requirements
- Chapter 2 Objective Evidence
- Chapter 3 What Do Commitments Look Like?
- Chapter 4 General Guidance for the Self-Assessment
- Chapter 5 Evaluating Your Quality Assurance Plan for Functionality
- Chapter 6 Creating Self-Assessment Checklists
- Chapter 7 Sample Selection
- Chapter 8 Quality Assurance Program Requirement
- Chapter 9 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
- Chapter 10 Drawings/Diagrams
- Chapter 11 Worker Protection Program
- Chapter 12 Self Assessment Report
- Summary
- Course Evaluation

Fee-$289 Includes all materials, certificate of completion, and notification to the Illinois Radon Program for Continuing Education Credits.

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All of the training materials and related documentation for this course are contained on the CD-ROM.

The minimum system requirements are:

  • Pentium II processor,
  • CD-ROM reader (4X or higher),
  • Internet Explorer 5.5 or PowerPoint 2000
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader, (4.0 or higher-included on CD, or free download from,
  • and a Printer.

The course may be run using:

  • Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2000 or higher
  • PowerPoint Viewer
  • Internet Explorer® 5.5 or higher

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