RSSRSGB Strategy 2022

Supporting clubs to encourage growth and participation

| March 27, 2018
Supporting clubs to encourage growth and participation

We know that clubs around the country are doing great things to encourage new people into amateur radio and to help current radio amateurs to develop their skills at all levels. The Society provides a range of services to support clubs in these activities, from the administration of exams to the provision of contests and […]

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National Club of the Year 2017 and the RSGB Strategy

| February 19, 2018
National Club of the Year 2017 and the RSGB Strategy

This year the RSGB has decided to change the theme of the National Club of the Year competition to fit more closely with its strategic goals. The theme of “Mentoring and Retention” sits right at the heart of the Society’s main goal of having “an active and thriving amateur radio community” and sends a two-fold […]

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An active and thriving amateur radio community is what we need!

| January 12, 2018
An active and thriving amateur radio community is what we need!

Part of our strategic goal for 2022 is to have an active and thriving amateur radio community. I’m going to explain this a little more and pose some questions for you, the Members. The Strategy’s narrative says this about the 2022 goal: “The inescapable truth is that the amateur radio community is ageing and we […]

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Strategy and the Spectrum

| December 8, 2017
Strategy and the Spectrum

The recent RSGB Strategic review highlighted a number of priorities including Spectrum and closely related issues of Growth, Research and Participation. One basic fact is that without spectrum there would be no amateur radio. The RSGB Spectrum Forum is unusual in its extensive range of participants from both inside the Society and external specialist groups. These include […]

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Strategy in action

| November 14, 2017
Strategy in action

This time of year is always particularly busy for us at the RSGB with some great opportunities to meet radio amateurs across the country and, indeed, from around the world. That was enhanced this year with YOTA 2017 in August when some of us had the privilege of spending a week with 80 enthusiastic, fun […]

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So what does being an RSGB Board member really mean?

| October 4, 2017
So what does being an RSGB Board member really mean?

We asked current Board Directors to give us their thoughts: “A chance to give something back for the enjoyment I have had from amateur radio over many years – here and overseas.” Most people cite being able to give something back as being a key driver; others want to use their knowledge, skills and experience […]

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