The ATA has published its online workgroup, board and AGM dates right through to December 2023 so you can plan and help make ATA work for you. Please get those all-important dates in your diary now…

In a bid to make forward planning easier for members, ATA has issued dates for all major meetings and online workgroups right though to December 2023.

From November 2022 onwards, all monthly workgroups, board meetings and AGM will be on the third Tuesday in the month. Three board meetings and one Annual General Meeting are scheduled, one in each quarter, with the AGM set for 20th June 2023.

The monthly Work Group dates and times are:

15 November 2022

20 December 2022

17 January 2023

21 February

21 March

18 April

16 May

18 July

15 August

19 September

17 October

21 November

19 December

Work Group meetings will be from 10am until 12 noon. Where Board and Work Group Meetings are taking place on the same day, Work Group meetings will be shortened to one hour from 10-11am only.  In addition, please note that there is no Work Group meeting on June 20th, 2023, as this will be the date of the AGM scheduled for 10am-12noon.

Monthly workgroups are set to run throughout the year allowing members to attend as often as they like. The workgroups provide a less formal opportunity for members to discuss issues affecting their industry and to be involved in the decisions being made by ATA.

Questions and or subjects for discussion can be submitted for inclusion on the agenda by members ahead of the meetings. Without input from members, ATA cannot be as effective as it might be, and we encourage you to contribute whenever you can.

Subjects can be brought up in the meetings after the agenda or during if they are relevant, but early notice for inclusion in the agenda is preferred to allow other members to attend if the subject is relevant to them. Please allow as much lead time as possible when submitting, ideally two to three weeks if you can.

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