Owen Luder will be presenting his research on changes in the profession to the ARB board this week.His findings on drop-out rates in education, procurement methods and the evolution of the profession will form the basis for discussions about how the ARB might respond. Luder will be stepping down as chair on the 31 March.A replacement for the late Ian Davidson as ARB deputy chairman will be chosen on 22 May at the first meeting after the 10 March board elections.
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