I was wondering what kind of evidence would prove to an external auditor the sufficiency of the personnel responsible for conducting internal auditing. We got a Nonconformity A with regard to that, and we are now requested to implement our Corrective Action with Dates Set, etc, and deliver what will be the output. In Management Review, the second Nonconformity, it's clear to me that a template document has to be made according to the requirements for the inputs and outputs of that process. But, honestly, to my perspective, for someone to perform internal auditing he would obviously need to have a good grasp of the standard's concepts and even more of the specific areas which he is suppose to audit. Beyond that, what? I have seen that there are some auditors in the forum and also experienced "quality" people. If someone could share his opinion, please. Thank you. Michael.