What makes the Society so valuable and relevant to its members?

13 March 2019

It is all too easy to judge the relevance and value for money provided by any organisation based purely on the tangible benefits you derive. These are the things you can physically see or touch, such as magazines, e-newsletters, lapel badges and so on. But what about the intangible benefits too? Frequently, these are the almost imperceptible glue which binds an organisation and its members together.

The Hydrographic Society UK's latest short film, recorded at Southern Region meetings at Sonardyne's HQ in Hampshire and PLA's facilities at Tower Pier, London, leaves no doubt about the importance our organisation plays in the lives and careers of its individual and corporate members.

The Society's Regions and its technical and networking meetings, organised at both a local and national level, are acknowledged as invaluable forums for knowledge transfer and exchange across the breadth and depth of our profession. These events enable members to keep abreast of the latest developments in techniques, equipment and software opportunities and record their all-important Continuing Professional Development activities. They also provide the ideal, relaxed environment in which to meet up with friends, colleagues and peers, share ideas and nurture new contacts.

But don't take our word for it, click here to see what our members say!

On the Downloads page at www.ths.org.uk you can also find two earlier films recorded at a North West Region meeting and the South West Region's 4th Annual Student Presentations Evening in Plymouth.


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Short Society Films

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