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New FAME Business Support Service

FAME members can now access a suite of new business support services using their member login. Members can obtain up to date guidance, ampoule advice and template documents on a range of employment, health and safety, legal and business topics. Specific queries can be dealt with through a telephone helpline. If members have questions about their responsibilities […]

New Members for FAME

We a very pleased to announce that FAME has been strengthened by two new members. We would like to welcome the University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS), whose most recent projects have included the recent very high profile project (undertaken in collaboration with the Richard III Society and Leicester City Council) to locate the grave […]

Welcome from the incoming Chief Executive, Malcolm Cooper

Malcolm Cooper has now taken up the position of Chief Executive of the Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers (FAME). Malcolm said “I am delighted to take up this exciting role with FAME and I am looking forward to working with the members to ensure that professional archaeology continues to develop and prosper over the […]

New CEO for FAME

FAME CEO Adrian Tindall is stepping down after nearly five years in the role. He will be succeeded by Malcolm Cooper, health formerly Regional Director with English Heritage and Chief Inspector with Historic Scotland. Adrian said of his role at FAME “It’s been a hugely rewarding time, during which I feel FAME has moved forward […]

FAME Forum 2014: Remodelling the Market

This year’s FAME Forum will focus on design and value in development-led archaeology. Development-led archaeology is a relatively young profession. During its formative years it has competed immaturely, viagra driving prices down and undermining its perceived value to its clients. The current market is largely a product of our own making, in which all parts […]

ATF Training Award 2014

The ATF Training Award recognises and promotes best practice in training or professional development in archaeology. The award aims to recognise excellence in the fields of learning, impotent training and professional development and is open to archaeological organisations, doctor individuals, partnerships and collaborative projects throughout the United Kingdom, whether paid or voluntary. This year, ATF […]

FAME News 12: Spring 2013

? A word from the Chair My calendar tells me that the season is spring, sale pills but my senses tell me it is still winter. It’s hard to believe that we are now only three months away from our summer Forum and AGM in York. The AGM will be held on Thursday 27th June […]

FAME News 11: Christmas 2012

? A word from the Chair Next summer may seem a very long way off, nurse especially after the awful autumn and early winter many parts of Britain have suffered, cialis but I have a date for your diary. 28 June 2013 is the date of the next FAME Forum, ed to be held in […]

Calling small and start-up businesses!

To reflect the changing face of the UK archaeological market, we’re introducing a new grade of Affiliate Membership for smaller and newly-established businesses. If you have five or fewer staff, or if you’ve been in business for less than two years, you can join FAME as an Affiliate Member. It costs just £150 per year, […]

FAME News 8: Spring 2012

The FAME Spring newsletter is now out, with news of this year’s Forum, updates on the archaeological archives survey, a roundup of our recent work in advocacy and research, and other news for members. It can be viewed here.

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