Presentation on theme: "CQI Wessex branch presentation 10 November 2009 1.Current situation 2.What’s new in CQI Education 3.What’s new in CQI Membership 4.CQI Website."— Presentation transcript:
CQI Wessex branch presentation 10 November 2009 1.Current situation 2.What’s new in CQI Education 3.What’s new in CQI Membership 4.CQI Website
CQI Awarding body CQI offers 2 nationally accredited professional qualifications: Diploma in Quality- for those already working in quality orientated role and want professional recognition 6 modules 2-3 years to complete assignment and examination Certificate in Quality – an introduction to quality 3 modules 1 year to complete assignment and examination
We have 23 education centres offering our qualifications on distance learning or part-time basis. Distance learning providers Aberdeen College Adam Smith College Bishop Auckland College Peterborough Regional College H & R Quality Services BSBM QMT RRC Training Part-time study centres University of Glamorgan Southern Regional College Newbury College Blackburn College Birmingham City University Eastleigh College City College Birmingham
1 st January - Slovakia adopted Euro as its national currency, replacing the Slovak koruna 20 January - Barack Obama was inaugurated as the 44 th and first African American president 2 April- the second G-20 summit in London, involving state leaders rather than the usual finance ministers 8 May - Daily Telegraph informed the public about parliamentary expenses scandal 24 June - Michael Jackson died 19 October - Jenson Button was crowned as Formula One world champion 2009 World so far…
World Quality Day 2009 Feedback from WQD 2008 showed that members want more regional events CQI branches involved in organising local WQD events Organisations can also run WQD events themselves. For example, the CQI has teamed up with Sellafield Ltd to promote World Quality Day at the Sellafield Centre on Wednesday 11 November 2009. More than 1000 people signed up for this event.
CQI in national press 3 June 2009 – CQI in Times “The professionals whose job is to get it right, from start to finish” 12 October 2009 – CQI in Financial Times “Managers sense quality is back in fashion”
CQI 2009 - What has everyone been waiting for???
We have developed new qualifications which: 1.Meet employer and individual needs 2.Link logically to membership progression 3.Meet the new Qualification & Credit Framework CQI 2009 NEW CQI QUALIFICATIONS!!!
Employer needs Input from: Automotive Aerospace Consumer goods Defence Energy Marine Software Telecoms Feedback: Job role based quals Shorter chunks More local centres Better quality learning Progression to CQP
Employers’ output Quality management introduction Systems management Supplier quality assurance Audit Business improvement Service/product quality Quality management Quality leadership
Qualification & Credit Framework For learners the QCF will: offer more freedom, choice and flexibility give easy access to information allow them to build up credits at their own pace enable them to transfer credits between qualifications
Certificate in Quality Management Level 3 People in quality Quality management Using quality to improve business performance Monitoring and measuring for quality Management systems models
Certificate in managing supply chain quality Level 5 People in quality Quality management + Quality in supply chain Monitoring and measuring for quality Quality control Quality related legislation and regulation
Diploma in Quality Management Level 5 Quality control Business Research People in Quality Quality related legislation and regulation Quality planning in the product life cycle Management system models Monitoring and measuring for quality Quality management Using quality to improve business performance
New Vocational Qualifications- the UNITS Level 3 units Audit Human factors Management system models Monitoring and measuring Quality management Using quality to improve business Level 7 units Human factors Life cycle Management system models Monitoring and measuring Using quality to improve business Level 5 units Audit Business Research Human factors Legislation and regulation Life cycle Management system models Monitoring and measuring Quality assurance Quality control Quality management Supplier relations and management Using quality to improve business
Proposed new membership grades in 2010 GradeQualificationsWork Experience CPDBoQK Coverage Descriptor Associate ACQI n/a Associates are usually those involved in quality at work who would like access to CQI membership benefits, but have yet to demonstrate the competences required for higher grades. Technician TCQI Level 3 Certificate or equivalent 1 yearn/aOverviewTechnicians have demonstrated an overview understanding of quality and the quality function and who are working within a role involving quality. Practitioner PCQI Any level 5 Certificate or equivalent Or Experiential Route 3 Yearsn/aOne aspect of quality management Practitioners have demonstrated relevant competence and experience within at least one aspect of the quality management discipline. This may include for example: quality related auditing; product or service quality assurance; business improvement; business systems management; compliance management. Member Chartered Quality Professional CQP MCQI Level 5 Diploma or equivalent Or Experiential Route 5 yearsYESFullMembers have demonstrated relevant competence and experience in the broad rage of the quality management discipline defined in the BoQK, and deploy the quality management approach and the associated tools and techniques to ensure that their organisation consistently satisfies its customers and stakeholders, and continually improves its performance. Quality is usually the main focus of their work. Fellow Chartered Quality Professional CQP FCQI As Member plus ‘ expertise ’ or ‘ eminence ’ 5 yearsYESFullFellow is the highest grade of CQI membership. In addition to the requirements for the Member grade, Fellows must demonstrate a personal contribution to furthering the profession.
Proposed company membership scheme Current scheme: “no barriers to entry” New proposal: only those companies will be accepted that have demonstrated their commitment to training and qualifying their staff in quality CQI will help to educate the staff and achieve higher levels of membership