Day 1: Introduction to ISO 9001 and initiation of a QMS Section 1: Course objectives and structure Section 2: Standards and regulatory frameworks Section 3: Quality Management System (QMS) Section 4: Initiate the QMS Section 5: Understand the organization and its needs
Day 2: Planning the implementation of a QMS Section 6: Leadership and commitment Section 7: Scope of the QMS Section 8: Quality policy Section 9: Roles, responsibilities and authorities Section 10: Risk management Section 11: Quality objectives and planning of changes
Bernard Boily - Unfolding a new chapter for PECB courses
Unfolding a New Chapter for PECB Courses
P E C B P A R T N E R E V E N T I N S I N G A P O R E
March 14, 2019
Bernard Boily, Eng. MBA
VICE-PRESIDENT, TRAINING DEVELOPMENT - PECB
+1-514-784-0350 ext. 101
Official launch of enhanced
What this will look like
Official Launch of Enhanced PECB Courses
• ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Auditor
• ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Implementer
• ISO 22301 Lead Auditor
• ISO 22301 Lead Implementer
• ISO 9001 Lead Auditor
Launch date: March 18, 2019
• ISO 9001 Lead Implementer
• ISO/IEC 27005 Risk Manager
• ISO 31000 Risk Manager
• ISO/IEC 27032 Lead Cybersecurity Manager
• GDPR – Certified Data Protection Officer
• Position PECB as a premium, top quality
brand in the worldwide training and
• Help our network of distributors and
resellers to sell more courses.
• Change the image of PECB courses to
be more in line with the latest trends
• Integrate the new PECB logo and
• Improve course presentation
1. Understand what the market wants
2. Define a vision statement
3. Establish a design team and an advisory team
4. Define the new design iteratively
5. Define editorial guidelines
6. Integrate new design and editorial guidelines into the
What the Market Told Us
• Courses are very good.
• Participants appreciate the richness of content.
• HDMI (16:9) is now what most organizations are using to project presentation.
Current format creates bars at left and right.
• Image of the course must communicate the new level of quality.
• Course is very “red”; more colors are required to make course more appealing.
• Should integrate high quality images in the slides.
• Improve consistency of presentation.
• Evolution, not revolution
• Target audience: professionals
• Look to be crisp, clean and cutting edge
• Aspect ratio: 16:9
• Use of new PECB logo and same color scheme
• Reduction in the level of red and shades of red in the course. Other colors are allowed
as long as it looks good and is coherent; PECB red must be present in color palette
• Use of photos is authorized as long as they add value to the content
• Must print well in black and white photocopy
Change to all shapes in the slides: from 3D to 2D
Inclusion of pictures in key sections to make the course more
appealing to the eyes
Implementation of Editorial Guidelines
• Consistency of presentation of the text
• Key elements
• Vocabulary used: American English
• Citations (mostly from the standards) are in italics and are not
modified in any way
• Use of Chicago Manual of Style
Presentation format for
case studies, exercises
and correction keys
Improvement of the
delivery tool: Articulate to
Improvement of the
resolution of course
content in Kate