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HKICA commits to provide fair and impartial certification service for auditors in affirmation of their professional skills and knowledge. Certification process shall be based on objective evidence through fair and reliable evaluation and assessment. The certification decision shall not be affected by any potential interests or influence of any other factors.

The MoU of HKICA and CCAA for ISO 9001 QMS certified auditors was 

signed in CCAA office at Beijing on 29 August 2016 by the president of HKICA, Ir Dr Tommy Lo and the Secretary General of CCAA, Mr Sheng Fei. The Deputy Secretary General, Mr Li Qiang and Mr Xu De Feng of CCAA attended the signing ceremony together with other senior member staff of CCAA and HKICA.

 

In June 2018, HKICA has further expanded international involvement and was accepted by International Personnel Certification Association (IPC) as a full member. 

To congratulate the success of HKICA, the Chairman of IPC will come to Hong Kong as a guest speaker for the HKICA Workshop on 16 August 2018 and present the membership certificate to HKICA.  Click here for leaflet and Registration form of the workshop.

The MoU of HKICA and CCAA for ISO 9001 QMS certified auditors was 

signed in CCAA office at Beijing on 29 August 2016 by the president of HKICA, Ir Dr Tommy Lo and the Secretary General of CCAA, Mr Sheng Fei. The Deputy Secretary General, Mr Li Qiang and Mr Xu De Feng of CCAA attended the signing ceremony together with other senior member staff of CCAA and HKICA.

 

In June 2018, HKICA has further expanded international involvement and was accepted by International Personnel Certification Association (IPC) as a full member. 

To congratulate the success of HKICA, the Chairman of IPC will come to Hong Kong as a guest speaker for the HKICA Workshop on 16 August 2018 and present the membership certificate to HKICA.  Click here for leaflet and Registration form of the workshop.