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QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR NUCLEAR EDUCATION CENTRES
Sadagopan, Geetha; Kim, Hyunkee; Son, Miyeon;
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 Abstract
Quality Management is a recent phenomenon. This is applied to products or services, with an objective to deliver high quality, reliable, worthy, enduring, product or service. The process is considered to have four main components: quality planning, quality control, quality assurance and quality improvement. Focusing on quality control and quality assurance leads to achieving quality management or ensures that an organization or product is consistent. In this paper, the applicable international standard for learning services and for the organization for education and training (learning service provider) is discussed and also the procedure to implement the management system.
 Keywords
Quality management;Education and training;Human resource;Training organization;
 Language
English
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