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Presentación de la Asamblea Constituyente de la Sociedad Aeronáutica Española, que tuvo lugar el 20 de diciembre de 2010

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Asamblea constituyente

  1. 1. ASAMBLEA CONSTITUYENTE <br />Sociedad Aeronáutica Española<br /><br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />
  2. 2. ORDEN DEL DÍA<br />La SAE<br />Estatutos y Bases Jurídicas. <br />Royal Aeronautical Society<br />Estados Financieros<br />Futuro<br />Firma del Libro de Actas<br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />
  3. 3. 1. LA SAE MANUEL HITA<br />Presentación<br />¿El porqué de la SAE?<br />¿Qué venimos a recibir?<br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />
  4. 4. 2. ESTATUTOS Y LEGAL JUAN FCO. FALCÓN/ANA MENÉNDEZ<br />JUNTA DIRECTIVA<br />JUNTA DE FUNDADORES<br />Pdte. : Manuel Hita<br />Vpdte.: Juan Manuel Gallego<br />Secret.: Juan Francisco Falcón<br />Tesorero: José Manuel Hesse<br />Vocales: E. Grande, M. López Aguilar, Luis Rodríguez, J.P. Blanco, J.L. Ruiz de Castañeda<br />MANUEL HITA ROMERO<br />JUAN MANUEL GALLEGO<br />JOSE MANUEL HESSE<br />ENRIQUE GRANDE<br />MANUEL LÓPEZ AGUILAR<br />LUIS RODRÍGUEZ<br />JESÚS PÉREZ BLANCO<br />JOSÉ LUIS RUIZ DE CASTAÑEDA<br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />
  5. 5. J.M. GALLEGO<br />M. HITA<br />3. The Royal Aeronautical Society<br />
  6. 6. Overview<br /><ul><li> RAeS is the world’s only professional body dedicated to the aerospace community.
  7. 7. Founded in 1866, the Society exists to further the advancement of aeronautical art, science and engineering around the world.
  8. 8. The Society has over 17,000 members in over 100 countries with an international network of 70 branches and more than 4000 young members worldwide.
  9. 9. The Society promotes:</li></ul> - Professionalism in individuals;<br /> - Professionalism in aerospace companies;<br /> - Interest in aerospace and participation in public debate<br />
  10. 10. Membership - Benefits<br />Include:<br />Professional recognition (FRAeS, MRAeS, etc)<br />Professional qualifications (Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer, Engineering Technician)<br />Professional development<br />Access to a community of over 17,000 members in over 100 countries <br />Two monthly publications <br />400+ Conferences and Events<br />National Aerospace Library in Farnborough<br />Free careers guidance<br />
  11. 11. Membership - Grades<br />As per Member, plus an outstanding contribution to the aerospace industry<br />Fellow<br />Honours Degree or equivalent plus four years integrated professional development and experience<br />Member<br />Honours degree or equivalent plus two years professional development<br />Associate Member<br />Associate<br />Honours Degree or equivalent<br />Intending to work in aerospace or in full time education<br />Affiliate<br />
  12. 12. Publications<br /><ul><li>Aerospace International
  13. 13. The Aerospace Professional
  14. 14. The Aeronautical Journal</li></ul>Library Services<br /><ul><li>Foremost collection of aerospace publications in the world.
  15. 15. Locations:
  16. 16. Society Headquarters in London
  17. 17. National Aerospace Library
  18. 18. Farnborough - The Hub
  19. 19. Opened in 15th January 2008
  20. 20. Collections include:
  21. 21. 25,000 books
  22. 22. 75,000 technical papers
  23. 23. 100,000 photos
  24. 24. Open to all the public with book hire free</li></ul> of charge to all members.<br />
  25. 25. Conferences and Events<br />Approximately 25 conferences each year<br />Conference programme is generated by the Royal Aeronautical Society's Specialist Groups, and supported by industry and academia alike, ensuring that the subject matter is current and relevant.<br />The Society holds approximately 30 evening lectures at the London headquarters each year on a wide range of topics. These events are open to everyone (members and non-members alike) at no cost. <br />Each year we hold a number of social events which are open to individual and corporate members of the Society. These include the Annual Banquet and Golf Day as well as other ad-hoc events such as the Garden Party and Flying Display.<br />
  26. 26. Specialist Groups<br />Covering all aspects of the aerospace world, for professionals and enthusiasts alike<br />The Specialist Groups organize Society conferences and lectures in their chosen field and form a vital interface between the Society and the world at large<br />Groups include: Human Factors, Structures and Materials, Air Power, Air Medicine, Air Law, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Space, Greener by Design, Women in Aviation and Aerospace Committee, and many more.<br />
  27. 27. Careers Centre<br />Expert in-house information and guidance about aerospace opportunities, including:<br />Education<br />Training<br />Employment<br />Career Development<br />Free consultation with careers adviser<br />Unlimited individual sessions<br />Up to 90mins per session<br />Guidance on your chosen topic; CV Guidance Clinic; Online applications and Interview preparation<br />Centennial Scholarships<br /><ul><li> Launched in 2003 in celebration of 100 years of flight
  28. 28. Awards available for:
  29. 29. Individuals
  30. 30. Teams
  31. 31. Examples of Awards:
  32. 32. Tuition Fee support
  33. 33. Aerospace related research
  34. 34. Team Based projects
  35. 35. OVER £200,000 awarded to date</li></li></ul><li>Medals & Awards<br />The Society’s awards programme has rewarded individuals and teams who have made an exceptional contribution to aerospace.<br />Awards can be conferred for a single outstanding contribution or achievement, a major technical innovation, for exceptional leadership, long and valued service, or for work that will further advance aerospace.<br />Wilbur and Orville Wright received the first Society Gold Medal in 1908.<br />There are awards for different levels of achievement and for different fields of work.<br />
  36. 36. AeroSocietyChannel<br />Brand new media site at<br />Includes lecture proceedings and audio recordings of learned named lectures<br />Includes articles and blogs from our own publications team and is available to all.<br />Links to all Social Media networks including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.<br />
  37. 37. Branches and Divisions<br />Branches covering all the major centres of aerospace activity including Bristol, Toulouse, Seattle and Munich. <br />The role of these Branches is to supplement locally the efforts of the Society. <br />Divisions have been formed in countries and regions that can sustain a number of branches. Divisions operate with a large degree of autonomy, being responsible for their own branch network, membership recruitment, subscription levels, conference and lecture programmes. <br />
  38. 38. 4. ESTADOS FINANCIEROS JMHESSE<br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />
  39. 39. 4.1 ESTADOS FINANCIEROS<br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />
  40. 40. 4.2 ESTADOS FINANCIEROS<br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />
  41. 41. 5. NUESTRO FUTURO JMGALLEGO MLAGUILAR<br />Pasos siguientes:<br />Cierre Constitución Sociedad. Enero 2011<br />Grupos de Trabajo FUTURO.pptx<br />¿Cómo comunicarnos? José Garrido<br />2. HITOS:<br />- Marzo 2011. Presentación en España RoyalAeSc.<br />- Marzo 2011. Primeros Resultados Grupos de Trabajo.<br />- Junio 2011. Nueva Junta Directiva.<br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />
  42. 42. NOS CONOCEN…, NOTAS DE PRENSA:<br />Asamblea Constituyente 20/12/2010<br />