ISO Auditor - How to become an ISO Auditor?


An ISO Auditor is an individual who scrutinizes and evaluates books of accounts to determine the pecuniary status of an establishment. Those who have studied the various programs in auditing and have done internship in the same can become ISO auditors. In their daily affairs, these professionals prepare audit reports and make assessments with regards to the substantial assets, net worth, liability, investment reserve, surplus, revenue, and expenditures of the company they are working in. ISO Auditors are really the vital elements who help to retain a business running.

Qualifying Exam

In order to become an ISO Auditor, aspirants have to pursue the Chartered Accountancy course and successfully complete the internship in auditing thereafter. Most of them undergo the internship in a Chartered Accountancy firm or under a renowned Chartered Accountant. In addition, they should obtain the RAB Certification for Qualification Based and Competency Based Personnel Qualification to become the same. Through the certification process, it will be helpful to highlight the highly talented auditors. The ISO Auditors mostly work for auditing conglomerates and registrars and conduct third party auditing. These professionals can search out for career in Government agencies and in private companies.

Who is eligible to apply?

Intermediates in any disciplines can pursue the Chartered Accountancy program. However, they must have completed the 10+2 course from a recognized institute. In addition, they have to complete their graduation in the meantime they complete the CA program.

Key Points in the process

  • Study the 10+2 course in any streams, but from a recognized Board or institute.
  • Pursue the Chartered Accountancy course.
  • Carry out internship in Auditing.
  • Complete the graduation course in Commerce along with the CA course.
  • Acquire RAB Certification for Qualification-based and Competency-based Personnel Qualification
  • Become a ISO Auditor
  • Search out for employments in public or in private sector.

Skills required for an ISO auditor

In addition to the technical knowledge, ISO auditors should be familiar with the up-to-date Income tax laws, fiscal policies, auditing rules and regulations and so on. They should also have intellectual brains, speedy and accurate arithmetic skills so as to execute his works efficiently and effectively.



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8 Responses to “ISO Auditor - How to become an ISO Auditor?”

  1. 8
    siddha nath jha:

    i am and CS inter qualified can i become a ISO auditor

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    sneha tonape:

    hi i completed diploma in food technology after the SSC. and then completed the b-tech in food plz give me a helpful information about how to become a iso auditor.

  3. 6

    I am working in pharmaceutical company from last 8 years, i am interested to become an ISO auditor. Will u please let me know what was the criteria for becoming an ISO auditor.

  4. 5

    I am working as Engineer and I am interested to know how to become ISO auditor and for that which exam should I give. Also I come to know that for ISO auditor we have clear CA exam. Is that is true?

    Please update me

  5. 4
    Parmar Chetfield B:

    My self C B Parmar, Diploma mechanical & BE in industrial engineer working with manufacturing firm from last 8 Years.I am Production Supervisor in this firm.But now I want to do something different,so please tell me how to become an iso audito??? & If other course is for that so please help me to find may way…..

  6. 3

    I have completed my MSC from Nagrajuna University through distance education but there is no growth in career.
    I am age of 31 years and interested for abroad work .Which course will help me to take away ISO Auditor - How to become an ISO Auditor.
    Please suggest to go in proper direction .
    present working in Quality assurance department in API

  7. 2

    I have completed my MBA from Manipal University through distance education but there is no growth in career.I am age of 34 years and interested for abroad work .Which course will help me to take away .Is it suitable to do CA or Professional course like SAP or people soft or Go for any special certification course for foreign accounting certification.Please suggest to go in proper direction .My past experience are Accountant Executive ,Offices and MIS manager.
    Please guide me

  8. 1

    ISO auditing is entirely different from above description ….this is with regard to financial auditing not ISO 9001 auditing