Introduction to ISO/IEC 17029 and ISO 14065

This course offers a working understanding of the general principles and requirements for validation and verification bodies, including those verifying environmental information.

Led by an experienced assessor, the program examines the practical application of ISO/IEC 17029:2019 and ISO 14065:2020. 

Live virtual workshop

Duration: 5 half-day sessions (15 hours)
Delivery mode: virtual workshop
Language of instruction: English and French
Cost: $1,150.00 CAD
Instructor: Meet our expert faculty
This interactive virtual training uses active discussions, group work and case studies to engage you in the course material. You will need access to a computer, camera, microphone and reliable internet to take this course.

Private workshop

Duration: varies depending on learning objectives
Delivery mode: virtual workshop or in-person
Language of instruction: English or French
Cost: Get a quote

Who should take this course

This course is intended for staff and contractors with validation and verification bodies using ISO/IEC 17029:2019 and ISO 14065:2020.

What you will learn

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • state the requirements for validation and verification bodies conforming to ISO/IEC 17029:2019 and ISO 14065:2020
  • describe examples of policies, processes and procedures that conform to these standards
  • assess whether case studies conform to the requirements of these standards
  • list supporting documents relevant to organizations using ISO/IEC 17029:2019 and ISO 14065:2020
  • discuss common challenges faced by organizations working with these standards


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Consultation disclaimer

As an accreditation body, SCC is not able to act as a consultant during public or private sessions. Although instructors can answer questions and provide examples of best practices, they will not provide solutions to organization-specific issues.