Our training portfolio includes a comprehensive package of professional development courses designed to help both novice and experienced UK and international participants learn more about accreditation practices and conformity assessment systems.

To book a place on one of our courses you can download a booking form and email it to [email protected]. If you experience any problems booking your course or you need to discuss any queries please contact the AIUKs training department by emailing [email protected].

We can be flexible in where we deliver our courses. We can deliver them around the country or come to your offices. Get in touch for further details.
AIUKs Courses:

Assessor Training – Medical Laboratories ISO 15189: 2012

Combined Laboratory Management

Holistic Quality Management for the Healthcare Sector

ISO/IEC 17020: 2012 Awareness

ISO/IEC 17020: 2012 Awareness for Scene of Crime

ISO/IEC 17021-1: 2015 Awareness

ISO/IEC 17024: 2012 Awareness

ISO/IEC 17025: 2017 Awareness

ISO 17025 Conformity Challenges – Hotspots Workshop

ISO/IEC 17065: 2012 Awareness

Laboratory Internal Audit

Laboratory Management – Role of the Quality Manager and Technical Management

Preparation for Laboratory Accreditation

Preparing for Accreditation for Point of Care Testing (POCT) – ISO 15189 / ISO 22870

(Limited/no awareness of ISO 15189)

Preparing for Accreditation for Point of Care Testing (POCT) – ISO 15189 / ISO 22870

(Existing awareness of ISO 15189)

Proficiency Testing ISO/IEC 17043: 2010

Uncertainty of Measurement

Method Validation

Statistics for Analytical Scientists


Our courses are delivered by specialists in their field, which provide you with high value knowledge and skills to make a practical difference in your organization. AIUKs draws its trainers from its own in-house experts. These include assessment managers and external technical assessors, all of whom have up to date involvement in assessment techniques and the application of the international standards in accreditation decisions. In delivering training, every effort is made to make courses as relevant to delegates as possible, by developing case studies and exercises that reflect their general professional disciplines.