ASQ Edmonton holds approximately six meetings annually. Scheduling is normally between January and June, with the summer off and then resume between September and December. Events are open to ASQ Members and Non-Members to attend. Please RSVP to Program@ASQEdmonton.org.
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December Dinner Meeting & AGM
December 6th, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm, at Woodvale Community Facility & Golf Clubhouse.
Dinner will be served at 6:00, networking from 5:30 to 6:00, presentation 7:00 to 8:00 pm.
Student: free, Non-Member: free, Member: free, New ASQ Members: first meeting free.
Presentation: “A Year in Review – Edmonton Section Annual General Meeting”
Join us at the AGM to celebrate the holiday season and another year of serving the section. We will review the achievements of the past year while welcoming the new member-leader team.
Woodvale Community Facility & Golf Clubhouse
ASQ Edmonton Future Events:
- December ASQ Edmonton Annual General Meeting – December 6th, 2017
Invitations from Elsewhere:
Section Member-Leader Meetings:
Occur normally 3 - 4 weeks in advance of the Section meetings at someone's office.
If you're interested in volunteering, let us know and we'll send you the details. Roll up your sleeves and help us plan out the next event. You'll get the most out of your membership if we know what interests you most.
Remember, you earn RU credits towards your certification renewals as a volunteer.
2019 Member-Leader Nominations:
Nominations will soon be open for next years leadership positions.
Nominations close October 20, 2018.
Please submit names of nominated individuals to our Nomination Chair via e-mail at Nominations@asqedmonton.org.
Nominations require the submission of a nomination petition (download here) signed by at least 10 Regular Members*. Eligible individuals must be Regular Members of the Society and have a membership in the ASQ Edmonton Section. *Regular members are voting members of the Society: Full, Senior, Fellow, Honorary, and primary contact of Site/Enterprise/School/District memberships.
For more information, please contact our Nominating Committee Chair, at Nominations@asqedmonton.org.
Below is a brief description of each position that is open for nominations. Each of these positions is for the 2019 one year term.
Elected Positions worth 2.0 Recertification Units (RU) upon successful completion of duties
The Chair provides leadership and oversight to the member unit, prepares meeting agendas, and is the presiding officer. 2018 Chair Position Description available here.
Vice Chair & PAR (Business Plan) Chair
The Vice Chair performs duties as directed by the Chair in support of the organization’s mission and goals. This position does not succeed to the position of Chair following the end of the first term. 2018 Vice-Chair Position Description available here.
The Secretary documents member unit business and maintain the records. This position serves as the official correspondent of the member unit. 2018 Secretary Position Description available here.
The Treasurer oversees funds, maintains accurate financial records, and reports on financial condition as directed by the Society bylaws and policies and procedures. 2018 Treasurer Position Description available here.
Volunteer Positions worth 1.5 Recertification Units (RU) upon successful completion of duties
The Programs Chair determines the focus of section events and programs, solicits speakers to match topics, and coordinates speaker needs. 2018 Programs Chair Description available here.
The Education Chair creates and implements plans to address educational issues of the section, or enhances previous plans. The Education Chair works with section recertification chair to determine certification course needs of the section and arranges and determines format, presenters, resources, objectives, teaching methods and materials for educational events. The Education Chair also works to inform Edmonton section members of any courses offered by ASQ headquarters. 2018 Education Chair Position Description available here.
VoC (Voice of the Customer) Chair
The VoC Chair is an advocate for member value, satisfaction, and loyalty, working with leadership to collect and utilize voice of the customer data to recommend appropriate programs and services. The VoC Chair downloads monthly membership information and works to ensure that all members are being communicated to regularly and in accordance with their preferences. 2018 VoC Chair Position Description available here.
The Placement Chair serves all section members who are out of work and/or seeking employment, maintains the ASQEdmonton.org career section on the website, and is knowledgeable of the ASQ Career Centre to assist section members and companies interested in expanding their employment or recruiting search. 2018 Placement Chair Position Description available here.
The Publicity Chair ensures that section meetings and programs are publicized through a variety of media outlets reaching the membership and local community in a timely manner. 2018 Publicity Chair Position Description available here.
The Certification Chair coordinates and manages section activities related to the ASQ certification program. 2018 Certification Chair Position Description available here.
The IT Chair maintains the ASQEdmonton.org website and associated IT services, thereby providing current and relevant information about the section, such as: history, mission, goals, membership benefits, events and activities. 2018 IT Chair Position Description available here.
The Newsletter Chair establishes and adheres to a publication calendar for the newsletter, seeks content from other ASQ volunteers for inclusion; designs, lays out, and edits each newsletter; and ensures distribution to the section membership using the monthly membership list. 2018 Newsletter Chair Position Description available here.