I’m pleased to say Nick Hepworth was successful with his LRPS submission, and although we are unlikely to be able to see the panel this month as it is needs to come back from the RPS headquarters in Bristol, we look can give Nick our warmest congratulations.
We had a really enjoyable RPS Group meeting on Tuesday 21st September – the first time we have met in person for 18 months. It was a particular pleasure to see a number of recent successful panels at Licentiate and Associate levels, and thanks to Sarah Nichol, Lynne and Jeff Owen for bringing those along.
At last we were also able to see work in progress in print form after our months looking online. Thanks especially to Janey Devine who is currently an RPS Assessor on the L panel as well as both Travel and Documentary and so is very well placed to advise on the recent changes to the assessment criteria. With John Bradshaw’s eagle eye on technical matters and his and Graham Sargent’s long experience as assessment panel members too, the group is very well served to support those looking to pursue the RPS Distinction routes.
Your can find notes from the meeting here https://www.dropbox.com/s/ga0tk5peinfm9az/RPS%20group%20introduction.pdf?dl=0 offering a general introduction to the different levels, and here https://www.dropbox.com/s/4zsgo2rff2tgfmr/RPS%20Distinctions%20Associateship.pdf?dl=0 more about the ARPS. The RPS has considerable information online, which you can find here https://rps.org/qualifications/.
We meet again on Tuesday 18th October, in the small hall at Tangmere Village Centre at 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start.
The featured images is from of Nick Hepworth’s successful L Panel