Volunteers are the lifeblood of the CQI. Find out how you can support the quality profession, shape its future and learn from your peers.
The CQI relies on the dedication of people who give their time to help run boards, committees and community groups. These volunteers do vital work in supporting other quality professionals and ensuring the CQI remains a strong, powerful voice.
CQI volunteers don't just help the CQI and the quality industry, they also learn from each other, broaden their contacts and enhance their career prospects.
We're always on the look out for new volunteers and there are plenty of opportunities for anyone who wants to get involved, whether it be in helping to decide how things are run and shaping the future of the profession, or building a network of fellow professionals in your industry or local area.
- The CQI Memberships Council’s role is to manage the appointment and removal of CQI Board of Trustees in line with the CQI Royal Charter and Bye-Laws. The Council ensures the good governance and operation of the CQI branch network and other membership networks. It is their duty to advise the board and or the executive on all matters that are relevant to the membership.
- Special Interest Groups (known as SIGs) give our members the chance to share knowledge, learn and influence policies and best practices relating to quality in a range of specialist areas such as rail, nuclear and construction. There's even a SIG dedicated to the teachings of W Edwards Deming. Find out more about our SIGs and how you can get involved.
- Branches are the link between the CQI and its members in local areas around the UK, and in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Run by volunteers, our branches meet regularly for talks, seminars and visits to local businesses, providing opportunities for networking and sharing information and ideas on the latest quality tools and techniques. Find out how to get involved with your local CQI branch.