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The impact of Covid-19 on careers in quality
Published: 10 Dec 2020
Jessica Plested leads the quality recruitment team at Shirley Parsons and has been working throughout the pandemic alongside her colleagues Ethan Baddeley and Emily Swindlehurst who both specialise in quality recruitment across all sectors.
Meet the NNG Working Group
Published: 9 Dec 2019
Amanda McKay, Chair of CQI’s Nuclear Special Interest Group (NucSIG), Alan Grogan, Head of Quality at Nuvia UK and James Brown secretary of NucSIG and Chair of the Nuclear Next Generation (NNG) group, discuss how the newly-formed NNG Working Group will help alleviate the skills gap and &ldq
Meet the volunteer: Victoria Derbyshire
Published: 6 Jun 2019
Victoria Derbyshire, Apprentice Quality Professional at Nuvia, talks to the CQI about her volunteer work as Publications Lead and Secretary for the Nuclear Next Generation group
Quality for all generations in nuclear
Published: 7 May 2019
James Brown PCQI, Quality Manager at James Fisher Nuclear Limited, and Secretary for CQI’s Nuclear Special Interest Group (NucSIG), talks to Alicia Dimas, from the CQI, about NucSIG’s event ‘The importance of Project Quality in the nuclear sector’, that took place on 27 Ma
Nuclear SIG: What is important about Project Quality? – Session Two
Join Nuclear SIG discovering what is important about Project Quality in the nuclear sector (Session Two)
WMG event – Supply Chain Integration in Construction Discovery Day
Improving supply chain integration in infrastructure projects
A new model for apprenticeships in quality
Published: 27 Apr 2017
Nuvia has pioneered a groundbreaking apprenticeship scheme to mould the quality professionals of the future. Quality World magazine speaks to quality manager Ian McCabe, CQP MCQI, about the changing requirements for apprentices and their importance for the future of quality.
CQI Nuclear Special Interest Group (NucSIG)
The CQI's Nuclear Special Interest Group (NucSIG) provides a forum for quality professionals in the nuclear sector to learn, share, support each other’s development and influence the industry.
“I wanted to be affiliated with an institute that would give me the credentials to say: yes, I am a quality professional. Having the letters after my name is important”
Understanding organisational context in ISO 9001 and ISO 14001
Published: 9 Aug 2016
John Hartill looks at how quality professionals should address the organisational context requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.