South West Region

Speak Up to earn Medals, Merits, Certificates and Grants

. The Royal Aeronautical Society's "N E Rowe" public speaking competition seeks to encourage oral and written presentations on aeronautical subjects by younger people.  If you are a prospective QAIC cadet on the current course, or a veteran of QAICs 1 to 6, or undertaking a relevant college or university programme, this is a great opportunity to capitalise on your course experience and so add to your CV. Why not read on? There are two age categories, for cadets and CFAVs aged below 25 years, and another for staff aged 25-29 years. The early stages of the competition are managed for the RAeS Younger Members' Group by your local RAeS Branch who will support, assess and work with you to meet the annual 15 July deadline for nominations to the subsequent main society phase through to November annually. Competition judging is based on an oral presentation to a branch devoted to any aspect of aeronautics, space and associated topics, and due allowances is made for younger entrants with limited professional experience N E Rowe Medal & Awards - Rules & Procedures are here. If you have presented a paper to a branch since July 2014 you may be eligible for the 2014/15 competition, or you can contact a branch and start planning now for 2015/16 with no rush! We are well off in the Air Cadet South West Region with RAeS branches at Boscombe Down, Farnborough & FAA Yeovilton, and in the Bristol, Christchurch (Poole and Bournemouth conurbation), Gloucester/ Cheltenham, Isle of Wight, Oxford, Solent, Swindon and Yeovil areas.  For most the branch secretary should be your first contact - follow this link ...... http://aerosociety.com/About-Us/Branch-Division/In-Your-Area Why not make contact with a branch and start now? ENDS RAeS1503~RAeSBrandLogo#jn23Mar15    
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