APSCA to increase market
adoption and capacity levels
through communication and
marketing strategies that
articulates social auditing
as a required and valued
ç Implement a communication plan to drive support of APSCA
through market adoption and mutual recognition of APSCA’s
ç Implement a process to bring auditors into the profession.
ç Working with Members to develop an academy which would
focus on supporting training for new auditors.
ç Develop a method for recognition of specialities, e.g. sector
(seafood, agricultural etc), topic (child labour, forced labour
etc) and alternative ways to demonstrate auditor competence.
ç Identify key stakeholders including companies and
collaborative schemes to help reduce the duplicity in
different training programmes/requirements
Review the exam process
to ensure it is effectively
and efficiently evaluating
the knowledge, skills
and competencies of
Member Auditors including
identification of emerging
ç Exam process assessed by third party to gain accreditation.
ç Quarterly calibration sessions with interviewers.
ç Annual review of exam documentation, questions, answers,
case study and scenarios.
ç Identify additional interviewers to support the capacity
required for 2023.
ç Develop and implement a post exam survey to identify areas
of opportunities and obtain immediate feedback.
ç Develop guidance framework for how emerging issues can
be integrated within APSCA CPD & exam.
Identification of emerging
issues and including into
CPD and the examination
ç To develop validate and retain auditor competency by
identification of emerging issues and inclusion within the
examination process and CPD.
ç Migration from Knack to new data system (ADAM).
Enhance the user experience
through improved business
ç Increase efficiencies for Members and APSCA Team e.g.
auditor enrolment, exam request, CPD etc).
ç Central location for holding training certificates with view to
reduce multiple trainings on same topics.