ALT Members Groups bring together Members from across a particular geographical area. ALT has Members Groups in all parts of the UK and they form an important and permanent part of our Member network. ALT Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together individuals or organisations within ALT around a common theme. SIGs are usually established for a limited period of time and are active as long as Members continue to pursue the special interest on which they are focused. The constitution and organization of Members and Special Interest Groups is set out in the ALT Members and Special Interest Groups Policy.
Members Groups across the UK
Active Members Groups:
- East England
- East Midlands
- North East
- Northern Ireland
- North West England
- West Midlands
- White Rose Group
You can find reports from Members and Special Interest Groups on the #altc blog: https://altc.alt.ac.uk/blog/category/reports/sig-updates/.
The constitution and organization of Members and Special Interest Groups is set out in the ALT Members and Special Interest Groups Policy.
Special Interest Groups
We are currently not able to accept proposals to set up new groups. The guidance below is for information only.
If you are interested in proposing a new Special Interest Group, please refer to the ALT Members and Special Interest Groups Policy. Proposals are shared with the ALT Assembly who will make a recommendation regarding the proposal to the Board of Trustees. For further information please contact us.
The Member and Special Interest Group Officer Handbook contains information and guidance for new and existing Group officers.