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ARCHIVE WILL SOON BE HOLDING BACK COPIES OF THE STBE JOURNAL FOCUS AND SCT COMMERCIAL TEACHER ONCE THESE HAVE BEEN SCANNED AND 
PROCESSED if you have any back copies of the Faculty of Teachers in Commerce or Society of Commercial Teachers journals we would be pleased to receive these to add to the archive.  Early copies of The Youth Development Association journal 'Notes' will also be processed for the archive.

COMBINED PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE
2018
The Association, Faculty and Society will hold a combined meeting on November 30th in London provisionally at The Roya
Society of Arts subject to facilities and the currently re-modelling taking place at the RSA.    An informal meal and drinks will
take place local to John Adam Street.  Members will be joined by directors of The Faculty of Secretaries and Administrators
Limited to discuss their developments.
2017
The Association Society and Faculty held an Annual Meeting and Board Meeting in informal style following the CVYS England
Meeting at The Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, John Adam Street, London and informally at The 
The Tavistock Hotel Bar, Tavistock Square, London in November 2017.
2016
The Association Faculty and Society held an Annual Meeting followed by local refreshments at the offices of The Youth
Development Association Limited, YDA Chambers, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln LN1 1UU in 2016.
2015
The Association Faculty and Society held an Annual Meeting followed by local refreshments at the offices of The Youth 
Association Limited, YDA Chambers, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln LN1 1UU in 2015.
2014
The Association Faculty and Society held an Annual Meeting followed by local refreshments at the offices of The Youth 
Development Association Limited, YDA Chambers, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln LN1 1UU in 2014.
2013

The 2013 Annual Meeting of The Society of Teachers in Business Education, The Faculty of Teachers in Commerce Limited and The Youth Development Association Limited was held on Wednesday 4th September 2013 starting at 11am at YDA Chambers, Beaumont Fee, LINCOLN LN1 1UU Tel 01522 569776  this was  followed at 5pm by a Social Event on The Brayford Belle departing from Brayford Wharf in the centre of Lincoln and returning at 7pm.  Medals to those present at last years Preston Guild Meeting were presented.

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2012
STBEYDA Supported the number one event of 2012 (after the Jubilee) Preston Guild the once every 20 years celebration of England's greatest Carnival and remaining Guild Merchant.                               
The 2012 combined Association, Faculty and Society joint meeting and social was held this year during the Guild in Preston.  Following the development of STBE Chairs the formal ceremony for this will be held during that time and was worked with other professional bodies who are in compact with ourselves. 
NOTHING COMPARES WITH THE CELEBRATION OF PRESTON GUILD IN THE GREAT CITY OF PRESTON, LANCASHIRE AND WE ENCOURAGE ALL TO ATTEND THE NEXT GUILD IN 2032. 
2011 
In 2011 the Annual Meeting was held on the 25th March at 11 am at the Columbia Hotel in West London.  The Youth Development Association will hold a special general meeting at 4pm.  There was an opportunity for networking and social discussion and development hosted by The Faculty of Secretaries in the afternoon.
The Association, Faculty and Society celebrated the Royal birth in 2013 by placing the following information on the main news page for the period and now commits this to archive.
  1. The royal baby's wave

  2. The royal baby's wave
  1. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left St Mary's hospital in London with their new royal baby boy.
  2. Showing off the Prince of Cambridge, the couple cradled their son and posted for pictures on the steps of the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London.
  3. The appearance of the duke and duchess with their son harked back to the day that Prince William emerged into the world outside the same hospital in the arms of the Prince and Princess of Wales in 1982 - although the atmosphere was different with the new parents casually dressed and appearing to be at ease.
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  1. The line of succession
  1. Say hello to your future king

    The Prince of Cambridge, pictured in a car seat, leaves hospital

    Prince William said of his son 'he's got a good pair of lungs on him, that's for sure', while the Duchess said it was 'a special time for any parent'.

  2. Prince William and his wife Kate with their baby boy

    Prince William and his wife Kate with their baby boy

    When asked about the name of the child, the royal couple said they are 'still working on a name'.

  3. The royal couple with their new baby

    The royal couple with their new baby

    Prince William said "very emotional", and his wife agreed: ''It's very emotional and such a special time and I think any parent will probably know what this feeling feels like.''

  4. Prince William holds his son as Kate smiles

    Prince William holds his son as Kate smiles

    Quizzed about nappy changing the duke said: "We've done that already," with the Duchess declaring "he's done his first nappy already". Prince William also said: "He's got her looks, thankfully," while Kate replied: "No, no, I'm not sure about that."

  5. Prince William carries his son to his car

    Prince William carries his son to his car

    After the photo-op and a brief chat to the gathered press, it was time for the royal couple to take their son home in that all important car seat.

  6. Prince William drives away his wife Kate and their son

    Prince William drives away his wife Kate and their son

    William drove the couple and their new prince off to Kensington Palace, where the couple will be hoping for some privacy to spend time with their new arrival at home.

  7. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall arrive at St. Mary's hospital to visit the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the new royal baby

    Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall arrive at St. Mary's hospital to visit the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the new royal baby

    The Prince described his grandson as "marvellous", telling the press to "wait and see - you'll see in a minute", after visiting his first grandchild.

  8. Carole and Michael Middleton leave St. Mary's hospital after visiting the royals

    Carole and Michael Middleton leave St. Mary's hospital

    The Middletons arrived in a black cab and were greeted on the steps of the Lindo Wing by its lead clinician Jonathan Ramsay, before they walked up to the doorway.

    The couple turned and smiled broadly as they posed for a few seconds for the world's media camped opposite the building, but did not reply to the many questions shouted out by journalists.

  9. A member of the royal household enters St Mary's hospital carrying a baby's car seat

    A member of the royal household enters St Mary's hospital carrying a baby's car seat
  10. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fire a 41-royal gun salute in Green Park in London, to mark the birth

    The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery fire a 41-royal gun salute in Green Park in London, to mark the birth
  11. Royal fans continue to crowd around the entrance to Buckingham Palace to take a photograph of the announcement of the birth

    Royal fans continue to crowd around the entrance to Buckingham Palace to take a photograph of the announcement of the birth
  12. Chelsea pensioners salute the birth at the Royal Chelsea Hospital in London

    Chelsea pensioners salute the birth at the Royal Chelsea Hospital in London
  13. A special seat, reserved for the royal baby, is seen in position at the Fort St George pub in Cambridge

    A special seat, reserved for the royal baby, is seen in position at the Fort St George pub in Cambridge
  14. A Mothercare store in Oxford Street in central London displays a poster congratulating the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

    A Mothercare store in Oxford Street in central London displays a poster congratulating the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
  15. Dabbawalas, or lunchbox delivery men, pass out sweets in celebration of the birth of the Prince of Cambridge, at a railway platform in Mumbai, India

    Dabbawalas, or lunchbox delivery men, pass out sweets in celebration of the birth of the Prince of Cambridge, at a railway platform in Mumbai, India
  16. Tourists ride a camel past a sand sculpture created by artist Sudarshan Pattnaik on a beach in Puri, India

    Tourists ride a camel past a sand sculpture created by artist Sudarshan Pattnaik on a beach in Puri, India
  17. Messages of support were left overnight outside the hospital

    Royal celebrations continuing

    Signs and royal gifts were left on the pavement the morning after the announcement was made.

  18. John enjoys the special edition of 'The Son'

    Royal celebrations continuing

    The special-edition Sun raised a smile as fans waited to greet the royal parents and newborn prince.

  19. The birth is celebrated in the Middletons' home village of Bucklebury

    Royal celebrations continuing

    A sign congratulating the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has gone on display at the Cottage Inn in Bucklebury, the family home of the Middletons.

  20. Celebrations went into the night the day before

     People cerebrate the birth of Prince William and his wife Catherine's baby boy in front of the hospital.

    The scenes outside St Mary's Hospital were far more raucous when the confirmation came through that the future heir had been successfully born.

  21. The announcement of the birth sits on an easel in front of Buckingham Palace

    The official document of the birth stands on the famous easel outside Buckingham Palace.

    The official document of the birth stands on the famous easel outside Buckingham Palace.

  22. The notice up close

    Royal baby

    A close up of the notice that stands outside Buckingham Palace.

  23. A rival notice soon appeared

    Royal baby celebrations

    The makers of the Top Trumps didn't miss a trick by capitalising on the new royal arrival, publishing a special games card in the boy's honour, with ratings including nation's favourite, mischief and cuddle-ability (for which it scores a high-ranking 100).

  24. The town crier spreads the word

    The town crier makes the announcement in truly grand attire outside St Mary's.

    The town crier makes the announcement in truly grand attire outside St Mary's.

  25. The London Eye lights up

    The London Eye on the banks of the Thames is lit up in red, white and blue

    The London Eye on the banks of the Thames is lit up in red, white and blue

  26. And then lightning arrives

    Lightning and the London Eye

    A message from the heavens? The night sky witnessed bolts of lightning hours after the royal birth.

  27. Trafalgar Square fountains went blue...

    The fountains at Trafalgar Square are seen lit blue to signify the birth of a boy.

    The London Eye on the banks of the Thames is lit up in red, white and blue

  28. ... as the BT tower tells anyone who didn't know...

    The BT Tower announces the good news.

    The BT Tower announces the good news.

  29. The party goes on

    People continue to gather outside a floodlit Buckingham Palace as night falls.

    People continue to gather outside a floodlit Buckingham Palace as night falls.

  30. Queen Victoria Monument is lit up

    Royal baby celebrations

    Thousands had packed out in front of the Palace to enjoy the party.

  31. Gushing Niagara Falls goes blue

    Royal baby celebrations

    By far the most impressive response to the news of the new arrival for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge came from the state of New York.

    Niagara Falls was specially lit up in blue to confirm the baby as a boy.

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