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PEFC Chain of Custody auditors have to attend a PEFC recognized training at least once every two years. This training helps ensure they are kept up-to-date with the PEFC Chain of Custody Standard, enabling them to consistently apply the Chain of Custody requirements in daily practice.
Auditors can also be trained by the certification body that they work for, on the condition that this internal training is PEFC recognized. We provide this recognition through our PEFC Training Recognition Program (TRP).
As an accreditation body, you verify the procedures, performance and competence of certification bodies and their auditors. It is important that you are familiar with the PEFC system and the PEFC Chain of Custody standard, even if you make use of external PEFC expertise. We find it equally important that, like the auditors, you are kept up to date on our expectations, clarifications and interpretations to the standard.