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Technicians Commitment @ Warwick

Technician Commitment 2018 Event

The Technicians Commitment at the University of Warwick held a launch event on 17th April 2018. This was the first Technician event this year. The event will include coffee, tea and lunch and will have presentations from key note speakers. There will be information on the progress made at Warwick on the four key themes of the Technicians Commitment.

You can sign up to this event on our Events sign-up page here.

There will be a second event this summer.

Networking Lunch

Date to be confirmed - Watch this space!


Career Development

Everyone has a responsibility for their own personal development. This responsibility is to yourself to keep your skills and knowledge up to date. The University of Warwick holds a wide range of courses which may, or may not be directly related to your everyday work, but which you can use to help to further your personal career plans.

Information on Career Development is available on the following pages:

The Learning and Development Centre

There are also opportunities to take part in Secondments as well as information on new job roles which you can find here:

Career opportunities


Recognition - Professional Registration

One route to increased recognition is through professional registration.

Both the Science Council and Engineering Council offer professional registration for technicians working across science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) areas. This allows both personal development and recognition of your achievements in your profession.

Professional registration requires the demonstration of competencies, knowledge and commitment to achieve, based on an individuals on-the-job learning. It provides quality assurance and recognition form an external body and a framework for future career development.

The Science Council and the Engineering Council have more information on Professional Registration.