The calling notice for the 2018 AGM for Dorset BCS is as follows.
“The IT profession makes decisions on behalf of us all and so it is vital that the workforce is representative of society. As well as being inclusive of age, gender, abilities and ethnicities it needs to be inclusive of people from all socio-economic backgrounds.” (Source: BCS Social Mobility Report)
Our next event for Dorset BCS is fast approaching, this Wednesday on the 4th of July.
Our speaker is Geoffrey Darnton. He is co-author with Sergio Giacoletto of the widely used book – ‘Information in the Enterprise: it’s more than technology’.
Find out more at my previous blog post, including directions, parking and how to reserve your seat now.
A reminder of our BCS event at Ringwood Brewery on Thursday 28th of June. We have a couple of spaces left. Please see my earlier post for further information.
Our events at BCS Dorset are also open to non-members!
Wed 4th Jul, 7:00 for 7:30pm
Bournemouth University, Talbot Campus (Poole), KG03 Lecture Theatre (Kimmeridge House) (Map)
I thought I’d carry our announcement to our Dorset BCS membership of our next BCS event on my blog.
I’m pleased to announce the next BCS Dorset event will be hosted at Marston’s Brewery in Ringwood on the 28th of June. The talk will be delivered by my BCS colleague, Tony Ford.
One of my volunteer interests is in supporting the BCS activities in Dorset.
I am currently overhauling the operation of the Branch to achieve maximum traction and progress and welcome new contacts, ideas and collaborations. I am also keen to organise online web conferences remotely on the same lines.
Are you an IT professional interested in giving a talk to our membership? Please get in touch if you’d be interested in giving an evening presentation in Bournemouth (email firstname.lastname@example.org FAO BCS Dorset Chair). The Branch can cover all reasonable costs for travel and subsistence from anywhere in the UK.
Our most successful work, historically, has been organising events such as evening lectures, talks and demonstrations. I’m particularly keen to get speakers to our events that are not only from Dorset, but across the UK and beyond.
Some time ago BCS launched the Certificate in Information Security Management Principles, or CISMP. It offers a sensible syllabus and is backed by an appropriate non-profit: BCS.