In her inaugural speech at the AGM, Helen Goddard thanked the outgoing President for his hard work and commitment to the Institute during his term. Phil Price remains as a Director of the Institute and Chairman of the ISCEx Committee.
“I aim to continue the great success Phil has achieved in his term as President for the ISCE, whose membership has evolved enormously to appeal to a younger, wider and more diverse demographic, whilst continuing to support existing members”.
“The Institute has modernised its infrastructure and now offers more benefits to individual members including training, health and safety assessment testing and ECS Card application processing, allowing members to apply for an ECS Sound Engineer Card”, continues Goddard.
“My aim is be an approachable in my role as President. The Institute is for its Members and so we are keen to know about any issues that Council may help with. This will help us devise strategies to fully engage our newest members, such that the Institute can dynamically thrive for future generations”, summarises Goddard.
The Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers (ISCE) is the specialist professional body within the sound and communications industry. It was founded in 1948 and is an entirely independent Institute, run by a member elected Council.
ISCE members are involved in all aspects of the sound and communications industry providing audio solutions for many varied locations and venues throughout the UK and abroad.
ISCE membership includes individuals who are self-employed, working for small companies, national and multi-national organisations in the UK and overseas with expertise in the field of consulting, contracting, engineering, distribution, installing, research and design, manufacturing and marketing.
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