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Online course: ISO Directives Updates

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The ANSI Executive Standards Council (ExSC) has recently decided that all U.S. persons serving as Secretaries of ISO Technical Committees, Subcommittees and Project Committees, as well as Administrators of U.S. Technical Advisory Groups (U.S. TAGs) to ISO committees, are required to have appropriate training to serve in these role. This requirement includes training on new changes to ISO Directives, processes and procedures that are introduced each year.

In May 2019, a new version of the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 1 and ISO Supplement was issued that incorporated a number of changes to how ISO committees conduct their work. These changes are detailed on the slides that follow in this ANSI training course.

This "updates" course is intended for those person who have served in ISO committee secretary and U.S. TAGs administrator roles for some time and have already received general training for these roles.

This "updates" course is required for those U.S. persons serving as ISO TC, SC and PC secretaries and those persons serving as U.S. TAGs administrators for ISO TCs, SCs and PCs.

This "updates" course is also recommended for U.S. persons serving as chairs and convenors of ISO committees and working groups, as well as chairs of U.S. TAGs.

Other U.S. persons who serve as members of U.S. TAGs, or as delegates and experts to ISO committee and working group meetings may also be interested in the content of this course.

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>  You must complete the Course Completion Form after you will finish this course to comply with the ANSI Executive Standards Council (ExSC) requirement for training on new changes to the ISO Directives, processes and procedures that are introduced each year.

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