These regulatory and contractual requirements can come from customers and other stakeholders. A Quality Practitioner is responsible for all aspects of quality within their area of responsibility, such as production or procured goods. They work with the departments responsible for the product or service delivery, such as production or service managers, to discharge quality processes in order to meet Key Performance Indicators.
This occupation is found in the public and private industries to ensure that their organisations fulfil the requirements of their customers and other stakeholders. A fully competent Quality Practitioner can work in a wide range of organisations (from multi-nationals to SMEs), including automotive, defence, food, pharmaceutical, nuclear, retail, financial services, logistics services, public sector and government.
We also offer the Level 4 Quality Practitioner as part of our regularly run Open Programmes, which do not require a minimum cohort. Contact us for more information.
More information about the Core Knowledge, Skills and behaviours, and the entry requirements can be found here.