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CAI Staff

Staff BevBeverley Walker (CAI Company Secretary)
Beverley has been with the organisation since 1978 and has seen the CAI grow from around 30 members to well over 1000. Her many responsibilities include being the CAI's Company Secretary and National Secretary to The Society of Cable Telecommunication Engineers (SCTE).  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  
Staff TimTim Jenks (CAI Senior Executive)
Tim joined the CAI as its first Inspector in May 1994. A qualified teacher, vocational assessor and internal verifier his job has developed into a communications role and he now represents the CAI at both national and local government levels. He is a regularly presents the aerial industry viewpoint on local radio, liases with the housing industry, broadcasters and press, handling all public affairs and technical issues that arise, as the CAI's Senior Executive.   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Staff KevinKevin Dawson (CAI Assessment & Training Executive)
Kevin has been with the CAI since April 2001 and is largely responsible for assessing potential members as well as the existing member companies and ensuring that the Codes of Practice are being adhered to. He also helps to deal with the many technical enquiries that the CAI’s growing profile generates as well as tutoring some of the CAI’s basic training courses. Kevin is also in charge of auditing the CAI’s aerial and cable benchmarking schemes, and is now Vice Chairman of the Educations & Skills Committee. Kevin is qualified to teach in the adult learning sector and is also an A1/A2 assessor.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Staff Amanda 2Amanda Ward (CAI Office Manager)
Amanda joined the CAI in November 2000. Her main responsibilities are co-ordinating and organising the courses within the CAI’s Structured Education and Skills Programme as well as dealing with telephone enquiries and general administration. With the addition of more training centres and courses she has been particularly busy.  Amanda is also responsible for running the CAI’s very successful Trade Fair.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Staff CharleneCharlene McCormack (CAI Membership Secretary)
Charlene is the newest member of staff and joined the CAI in March 2010. Her role entails all aspects of the CAI administration and ensuring membership policies are maintained.  In 2007, Charlene obtained an ILEX Diploma for Legal Secretaries, for which she studied for 2 years. Experience was gained working within the criminal, property and probate sectors of the legal environment. She then went onto join the Embassy of Ireland as a Visa Officer dealing with applications for Non EU Nationals ensuring Irish Immigration was upheld and adhered to by all those wishing to enter. Since joining the CAI, new challenges have been taken on, such as publishing the CAI Wallplanner and Members Directory.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Staff Suzie 2Suzanne Hamm-Bury (CAI Marketing Specialist)
Suzanne joined the CAI in September 2002 having previously graduated with an honours degree in Business Administration in 1996. Suzanne's role is advertising, PR and communications and general promotion of the CAI.  She has recently taken over the role as editor of Feedback and welcomes all contributions to keep the magazine a leading title in the industry.  Her overall aim is to raise the profile of the CAI still further.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Staff NickNick Ward (CAI Assessment Officer)
As our part-time Membership Assessor and Benchmark Cable Auditor, Nick joined the CAI in 2008 after retiring from the industry. This was following many years service with a number of well-known companies.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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