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It transpires that the master page can control the visibility of the site actions menu above and beyond the permissions granted. The site action menu is wrapped in a security trimmed control that controls its visibility (doh!).
The previous setting of:
would only have shown the control to people with the Add and Customize Pages permission and that means granting too many rights.
I changed the control to:
<SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl PermissionsString="EditListItems" runat="server">
to make the control visible to these other permission groups.
Annoyingly simple to resolve once you know how!
The X-Cam kit has a small screen that can be used to play rides back to associates. That can be incredibly useful as a training aid - you know what they say about pictures being worth 999.99 words.
The aim with the radio equipment is to initially use it with trainee observers. Once we've established what works, then we can look at using it more widely. IAM needs to look at its own guidance in this area, as it clashes with what the DSA teach for post test trainers. With the likely ultimate registration of all bodies, there needs to be some harmony.
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