Creating a sustainable future for technical staff and services

£1.125 million invested in our new National Technician Development Centre.
Based in Sheffield, our National Technician Development Centre for Higher Education will tackle the shortage of specialist technical skills in the Higher Education sector.
The National Centre, which launched in January 2018, is co-funded by the Office for Students, The University of Sheffield and other partners. 
The National Technician Development Centre for Higher Education is available to universities across the UK and provides HE Institutions with access to information, expertise and tools that will enable them to create a sustainable future for their technical staff and services.

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We are really looking forward to attending the @istonline #ISTconf18 tomorrow in Newcastle. There’s a great programme of speakers, workshops and exhibitors! Come and speak to us in the Career Zone. #techniciansmakeithappen

It was great to be able to share the experience of UoM in setting up a technical network with colleagues at Liverpool. Passionate about supporting technical staff everywhere! 😊 https://t.co/Pc7hzn3jtm

Press release from Concordat Strategy Group about support for the career development of researchers: https://t.co/43tytWWQJ0 Independent Concordat Review report & Concordat Strategy Group response are now both available to read #concordat #vitae18

Really pleased to welcome @CassHodg and Rachel Watkins from @FBMH_UoM and @TEaM_UoM to our second technical leaders forum to impart their considerable wisdom about setting up a technician’s network. @LivUniAcademy #techniciansmakeithappen #uoltlf

We'll be at @NewSciLive tomorrow! Come and listen to our talk on the Humans Stage hosted by Sir John Holman discussing how technicians are shaping the future. #NSLive

@Your_TechNet ,@NTDCtweets ,@istonline,@tmuuk - Your members may be interested in this exciting opportunity within the MAPP team. https://t.co/At7EsCdwbp

UK academic training: 10 yrs on, 15 review recommendations published today. My fav: “broadening the definition of ‘researchers’ to include all staff engaged in research”. => improved stability and career progression for all academic researchers.👩‍🔬👨‍🔬#techniciansmakeithappen https://t.co/5Fz0NCaATG

We are so proud to see orthotics technician Alan featured in the @ThisIsEng campaign. A genuinely great guy whose work transforms people's lives.

Watch him here: https://t.co/fRX7oLqOye

And read above his career path here:
https://t.co/vX0pxwgfF5 https://t.co/ilbo3NoAKY

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