- Election of Members to serve on College Council 2013-2016
Election of Members to serve on College Council 2013-2016
Publication date: 02 January 2013
Six RCGP members retire from College Council at RCGP AGM 15 November 2013. Six new members need to be elected to Council for three year term 2013-2016.
Six nationally elected members will retire from College Council at the RCGP AGM on 15 November 2013. Therefore six new members need to be elected to serve on the Council for the three year term 2013-2016.
Any Member(1) or Fellow of the College in good standing(2) may propose another for election to one of the six Council vacancies. Note that AiTs are not Members and therefore are ineligible to propose, stand or vote in the election.
Nomination forms and further details can be obtained on application from: The Returning Officer, 30 Euston Square, London NW1 2FB, by email from: email@example.com or telephone: 0203 188 7532.
Nominations can be made between 28 February and 31 March 2013. All Nomination forms must be returned to the Returning Officer no later than 12.00, 31 March 2013.
Ballot of members
In the event of more nominations than places to be filled, a ballot of College Members and Fellows will be held.
Voting papers for the ballot will be sent to all eligible Members and Fellows during May 2013. A single transferable vote (STV) system will be used for the election. The result of the ballot, and the names of the six successful candidates will be formally declared at the 15 June 2013 Council Meeting and published on the College website.
- This excludes AiTs who are “associates” and not full members
- “In good standing” means a member has paid all fees and subscriptions due from him or her, to the College.
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Notes to editor
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