To maintain ISO 9001:2015 certification, CTU welcomed Technischer Überwachungsverein (TUV) Rheinland to conduct the Quality Management System (QMS) surveillance audit in September of 2020.
TUV Rheinland lead auditor Orlan Tiongzon identified areas for improvement and required submission of significant documents.
“Corrective action reports taken by CTU administrators were submitted on December 18, 2020,” confirmed University QMR Bernadette Mante, who added that the ISO certification of CTU would expire this year.
Some of the actions taken included the unification of the syllabus and curriculum mapping led by the University Vice President for Academic Affairs Edwin Pilapil with University Director for Curriculum Planning and Development Cristie Ann Jaca.
The objective of the audit was to assess the effective implementation of the University’s Quality Management System (QMS) and the identified corrective actions on the nonconformances raised during the previous internal and surveillance audits. ccmr/rmmm