UKAS Accredited Certification Consultancy
UKAS Accredited Certification
ISO Certification is enough for the majority of businesses but occasionally a UKAS Accredited Certification is required by a customer, trade association or regulatory body.
No matter where you are on your UKAS journey, we can help you transition from non-accredited certification to UKAS Accredited Certification in an average of six to nine months. If required, we can also help you source an accredited certification partner to assess your business. We can also be there to support you during your UKAS assessment.
If you’re unsure whether you require UKAS Accredited Certification, please contact our experts to discuss your requirements. You might also be interested in finding out how our consultancy helped IASME achieve UKAS accreditation at its first attempt.
Please note, we are not UKAS Accredited so cannot assess your business ourselves to UKAS, we are only able to offer support or provide non-UKAS Accredited Certification.
One of our consultants will visit you to conduct a non-committal GAP analysis. This enables us to identify where your business is now, where it needs to be and how many consultancy days you require. Whilst this is not a formal consultancy day, you will benefit from the advice and support of our consultant, which will also be sent to you in a formal report.
Should you wish to proceed, we will provide additional consultancy to help you implement our findings.
Our bespoke consultancy includes, but is not exclusive to:
- Conducting a GAP analysis
- Conducting an internal audit
- Help completing a tender document and the associated procedures
- Auditing of suppliers
- Remote auditor support
- Investors in People Accreditation
Our support doesn’t have to end with your Accreditation. We can help you stay on track with regular audits to ensure you continue to meet the standards required.
Did you Know?
A UKAS Accredited Certification body cannot offer any assistance with the implementation of the ISO Standards and therefore a consultancy organisation such as ourselves is required.