2021 Automation SIG

2021 Working Groups

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As part of the SIG’s new format, we are switching up our usual one meeting a year and are swapping it for 5 continuous working groups, meeting (virtually) four times a year, but with on-going communication. We have partnered with the SCB to curate groups with topics which we know are currently leading debates and questions within the Automation community and regulatory bodies.

Our working groups for this year are: 

 
(Click on the buttons to find out more and apply)
 
 
 
 

Each group will consist of 12-16 members, and will have a rapporteur and co-rapporteur who will jointly guide their respective members through the SIG process, not only defining and executing the outcomes, but also maintaining regular contact between meetings.
 
The meetings for the 2021/2022 Report will be held in June 2021, September 2021, December 2021 and March 2022. All meetings will be virtual.  
 
The Automation Community will be kept up to date on the proceedings of the SIG by regular blog posts outlining the key takeaways, along with a Report which will be published and shared in the latter months of 2022.  
 

 

There are lots of ways that you can get involved in Phacilitate Automation...

Participant

As a working group participant, your role will be to attend all meetings, fulfil any actions assigned to you in between meetings (these will be voluntary and flexible to your schedule), and monitor and participate in the on-going discussion between meetings.

N.B. There will be 4x1.5hrs meetings between June 2021 and May 2022.

Apply to participate by clicking on the working group title of your interest above.  

Rapporteur

As a Rapporteur, you will be taking charge of the planning for all meetings between June 2021 - May 2022, as well as defining the final outcome presented in the Report. You will work with Phacilitate to confirm high level goals for each of the four meetings, and create an agenda for each meeting, as well as remain a key point of contact and moderator for the working group communications.

If you would like to become a Rapporteur, please contact us here. 

Co-Rapporteur

The Co-Rapporteur will support the Rapporteur with all responsibilities listed above.

If you would like to become a Rapporteur, please contact Malgorzata at malgorzata@phacilitate.co.uk.


Not sure which role is best suited to you? Find out more here.