Qualification Achievement Plan

Throughout the courses, there are Q/A activities and bold text to highlight pertinent information.

The advanced course, CQA Auditing Fundamentals III, mostly consists of case studies, and the exam at the end of the course reflects this. Each course is a guided learning system designed to help each student retain the information necessary to take and pass the CQA exam. Each course has a mid-course exam and a final exam. Upon passing, the student will be able to print his or her own certificate.

The classes are offered on a subscription basis.

We normally give each class a subscription of 90 days, which is more than enough time to take a group of three classes 8-10 hours each and earning a total of 2.5 CEUs upon successful completion, but if you inform us of your CQA Exam date, we will extend access until after that date so that you may use the material to continue to study. Each course has several downloadable items such as handouts and case studies. There is also a downloadable desk reference. While students are subscribed to the class, they will have access to every bit of the course that they have completed. Students must have completed each module in order to have this access.

You can use our testing facility as a further learning tool.

Once you have completed each of the courses and downloaded the certificate, you can inform QualityWBT and request to have your tests for that course “reset” this way you can use our testing facility as a further learning tool.

Our courses are also offered by ASQ and have been reviewed and approved by the society.

The JP Russell Learning Center recommends taking three basic courses prior to taking the CQA Exam. The Auditing (CQA) Fundamentals I, II, and III covering all parts of the body of knowledge. Consider also Process Auditing Techniques, and eAuditing Fundamentals. JP Russell, who was the editor of the ASQ Auditing Handbook until his passing, authored the Fundamentals I, II, and III classes to help learners understand being a CQA using higher levels of Bloom's taxonomy.

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