Update from the refresh programme team
Posted by APM on 22nd Aug 2011
Update: the next round of reviews
The Body of Knowledge refresh continues to move on at pace. Following the April reviews and subsequent Structure Working Group meeting in May, the consistency author and copy editing team commenced the unenviable task of reviewing and editing the drafts to incorporate feedback, and to produce the next draft which is anticipated will be as close to the finished article as possible.
We are now looking to the next round of reviews, which for the vast majority of our stakeholders is a unique opportunity to view the entire contents of the Body of Knowledge and will be the final chance to contribute their views and input into the Body of Knowledge refresh. We are holding a number of face to face events with key stakeholders, as well as having a virtual review taking place alongside these. The content will be available for review from the 3rd-28th October 2011.
How to be involved
You will have all received communications regarding accessing the content as part of the October reviews. Should you have any queries about this, please do let us know. We will automatically be adding you to the online group where you will be able to access the content from 3rd October.
Structure Working Group meeting dates
As you will have noticed, the date that had originally been agreed for the next meeting (14 October) is in the middle of these dates. To allow appropriate collation and review of feedback and preparation of papers for your consideration, we would be most grateful if you could confirm your availability for Monday 28 November for a meeting in London.
Looking to the final steps
Following this set of reviews, we will be sending any final amendments and updates required to the consistency authoring and copy editing team, and will then be sending the final draft for virtual comments in anticipation of recommendation for final sign off between 20 December 2011 and 13 January 2012.
We are very grateful for your continued support and valuable contribution to the Body of Knowledge refresh, and look forward to embarking on these next steps with you. Please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com should you have any queries or require any further information.
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