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June’s Skip Chicks are a terrible twosome

June’s Skip Chicks are a terrible twosome

Two chicks for the price of one this month. Who do we have here?Zoe Fry (left). Age 33.Samantha Rudge (right). Age 33. Pleased to meet you both – now tell us more.We both work at QSP Training Ltd, in Redditch.Zoe: I worked here for six months as a Marketing Co-ordinator, managing the social media platforms...

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Safety in the metal recycling industry

Safety in the metal recycling industry

By Foridha Zaman, Centre Manager, QSP Training Ltd QSP TRAINING Ltd is one of the largest centres registered to CIWM/WAMITAB, with over 35 assessors spread between Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England. We are also the only centre able to offer Continuing Competence tests for all CIWM/WAMITAB waste management awards at our Pearson VUE centre....

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Integration of CIWM and WAMITAB reaches Christmas finale

Integration of CIWM and WAMITAB reaches Christmas finale

FURTHER to their announcement in August of last year, CIWM is thrilled to confirm the successful completion of its merger with WAMITAB, a move designed to strengthen the provision of relevant and fit-for-purpose qualifications in the resources and waste management sector. The closer integration of WAMITAB into CIWM is part of the Board’s strategy to...

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WAMITAB Chief Executive steps down

WAMITAB Chief Executive steps down

FOLLOWING the announcement on 22nd July 2020 regarding the closer integration of WAMITAB into the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM), we are announcing that Chris James has stepped down from his role as Chief Executive Officer of WAMITAB. Since 2017, WAMITAB has been part of the CIWM Group. CIWM Group Chief Executive Sarah Poulter...

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Integration plan announced for CIWM and WAMITAB

Integration plan announced for CIWM and WAMITAB

CIWM is announcing today (22 July 2020) the integration of WAMITAB, the awarding body for qualifications in the resources and waste sector, more closely into CIWM. The move is intended to strengthen the provision of relevant and fit-for-purpose qualifications, particularly for the resources and waste management sector. “Skills and professional competence are more important than...

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WAMITAB welcomes waste return changes

THE Environment Agency has announced that changes to the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 mean that operators of permitted waste facilities will need to include details of which technical competence scheme they are complying with in their waste returns in future. For those who subscribe to the CIWM/WAMITAB Operator Competence Scheme this includes...