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CQI London: How the science of quality can help protect society
At this CQI London event our speaker, Des Kelly (PMI International), will explore how the organisations we work for can deliver everything the customer wants at minimum cost to society.
ISO 9001:2015 – an opportunity to reboot your QMS
Published: 19 Jul 2017
Kevin Scanlan, quality and document control manager at CRC-Evans Offshore, explains how his team found success by rebuilding their QMS as part of the transition to ISO 9001:2015.
How I’m engaging 1,000 employees in ISO 9001:2015
Published: 30 Jun 2017
Kelsey Hopkinson, group environmental compliance manager at Places for People, explains how her organisation is transitioning to the revised standard for quality management systems.
Getting value from your supply chain
Published: 13 Apr 2017
Bob Hughes, CQP FCQI, explains why an organisation’s products and services are only as good as its supply chain.
Certificate in Quality Management - Level 3
Information about CQI Certificate in Quality management level 3 for existing CQI Qualification students.
Diploma in Quality Management - Level 5
Information about CQI diploma in Quality management level 5 for existing CQI Qualification students.
Introduction to Process Design
This course provides fundamental skills for process design, standardisation, the capability to understand customer and stakeholder requirements and define standardised processes to deliver them.
Quality World magazine
The leading independent magazine dedicated to quality. Find out how to subscribe, read a sample below, or access this month's issue online now if you're a member of the CQI or IRCA.
Leading Quality in the 21st Century (ebook)
Published: 1 Sep 2014
A collection of six articles commissioned by the CQI from experts at Oakland Consulting looks at the new challenges facing the quality profession.
How quality adds billions to the UK's economy
Published: 9 Aug 2012
How much is quality management worth to the UK? A groundbreaking study revealed that in 2011 quality management practices contributed £90bn to the economy (six per cent of GDP), £9.1bn in taxes to the treasury and 1.4 million jobs.