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Who can qualify as an Authorised Auditor (AA)?

There are two types of AA: 1. An auditor can be recognised as an AA when they have taken TAPA training, passed an exam and are working for a TAPA-approved Independent Audit Body. They must have taken the training for each relevant TAPA Standard where they are recognised as an AA. They can perform certification audits for any level of the standard. 2. A LSP/Applicant representative who has taken TAPA training and passed an exam can be recognised as an AA. They must have taken the training for each relevant TAPA Standard where they are recognised as an AA. They can only perform certification audits for the lowest level of the Standards (FSR Level C or TSR Level 3) and for their own employer’s business. They cannot certify their sub-contractors or other businesses.

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