RSSRSGB Strategy 2022

Innovation is alive and well

| July 19, 2018
Innovation is alive and well

A key goal for amateur radio at the very heart of its licence definition is that it is “for the purpose of self-training in radio communications, including conducting technical investigations”. Matching this is a key item in the RSGB’s strategy: “Research—promote active involvement in research and technical development.” In an age where the costs of […]

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The RSGB Board – stronger strategy links and responsibilities

| June 14, 2018
The RSGB Board – stronger strategy links and responsibilities

The RSGB’s Strategy 2022 has been in place for a year now and is already affecting various aspects of what we do. With major changes to the Board we now have three new Directors, including a new Chair, and we also have a new President. There has also been a major rethinking of the Volunteer […]

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The role of the Regional Team

| June 14, 2018
The role of the Regional Team

The majority of RSGB work is conducted by volunteers, coordinated by a recently refocused Volunteer Leadership Team (VLT). The VLT comprises Regional Representatives elected by Members in their regions, Committee Chairs, Honorary Officers, senior HQ staff and the Board. The 13 Regional Representatives (RRs) are elected by local members to represent those Members’ views in […]

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RSGB Examinations – the gateway to amateur radio

| April 27, 2018
RSGB Examinations – the gateway to amateur radio

The three levels of amateur radio examinations provide access to a progressive and fascinating hobby, building knowledge and experience whilst continuing to enjoy the opportunities and operating privileges at each level. The entry (Foundation) level provides a straightforward entry to the world of amateur radio. It is recognised that amateur radio is a technology-based pastime […]

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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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