Welcome from Martin Reid
What strikes me when looking back at SET’s achievements in 2019 is how we are maturing as an organisation. Our engagement with members has deepened, guided by ideas and input from our Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG), through events such as the SET Local Network Groups. We are also supportive of other networks, such as UKFEChat and FEResearchMeets, and the valuable work they do.
This is strengthened by growth in the number of providers becoming SET Corporate Partners, and we have expanded our SET Management Board (SMB) to cement our engagement with the sector. In particular, I am delighted to welcome our new SMB chair, Major Jim Crompton, and vice chair Dr Barbara Van der Eecken (see page 5).
But, above all, it is the memory of the SET Conference in Birmingham that I will carry with me into the festive season. Seeing so many members engaged in discussions, panel presentations and workshops was as inspiring as it was humbling (see pages 24-27 for a full report).
Whatever else 2020 holds for us, I know SET can count on great things from members across the country as they lead the charge for professionalism and higher standards.
Martin Reid is Director of SET.
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