HEaTED host Technicians Make it Happen exhibition

HEaTED are delighted to be hosting the Technicians Make it Happen exhibition at our base at the National STEM Learning Centre in York.The Technicians Make it Happen campaign is seeking to challenge outdated notions of who our nation’s technicians are and what they do. The exhibition explores the crucial role technicians play across society...

Medical Research Council launches professional registration scheme

On Monday 23 May 2016, the Medical Research Council (MRC) Harwell will be the first of the MRC sites to launch an exciting professional registration scheme for technicians and scientists at all levels. The event will explain the benefits of joining a professional body and create awareness of how professional registration will lead to greater...

Event for simulation technicians a great success

On Tuesday  12 April, over 30 technicians gathered in Old Broadcasting House at Leeds Beckett University for our networking event focusing on simulation technicians. Sue Churm kicked off events with an update on all things HEaTED, you can see her presentation with all key facts and figures here. There are some exciting new developments,...

Meta cognition and ocean research at the Scottish network event

It was great to see 47 technical staff attend the latest HEaTED Scottish network event held at University of Edinburgh’s Department of Engineering on 13 April. Staff came from various disciplines throughout UoE, Heriot Watt University, Napier University and the University of St Andrews.Katherine Forsey, HEaTED’s Network and Membership Manager,...

National Women in Engineering Day

National Women in Engineering Day is designed to raise the profile of women in engineering taking place this year on 23 June. Last year's National Women in Engineering Day  involved over 400 organisations, schools, colleges, universities, industry bodies and individual engineers all over the world uniting in the name of equality and diversity...

Technicians make it happen exhibition

The Technicians make it happen campaign, commissioned by The Gatsby Charitable Foundation, seeks to challenge outdated notions of who our nation’s technicians are and what they do. Through photography, painting, video and artefacts, they will explore the crucial role technicians play across society and the rich, intriguing diversity of the...

Exeter announces technical services conference

After the success of lasts year’s inaugural Technical Services Conference, the University of Exeter is proud to announce it will be hosting a second Technical Services Conference on 6 July 2016 on the Penryn Campus in Cornwall.  This year’s conference theme is: 'Getting to know your service; one year on from the transformation. How can we...

Recruitment of new HEaTED East Midlands regional network coordinator

You may be aware that, sadly, Amrat Khorana is standing down as HEaTED Regional Network Coordinator after almost two years in the role. HEaTED is very grateful for the work Amrat has done to develop the network of technical staff in the East Midlands. The region has gone from strength to strength, with a host of exciting events and regular...

New activity providers needed – can you help?

We’re currently looking for some new CPD activity providers to deliver a number of our courses. Do you yourself, or do you know of anyone who delivers training in these areas? Would you be willing to work with us to deliver these courses to our members?Research fluorescence microscopesThis course is for those who have a fluorescence microscope in...

We are recruiting for regional coordinators

HEaTED are now looking for new regional coordinators to join our team in the following areas:East and South East EnglandNorth West EnglandLondonYour role would be to help us continue provision of high quality support for the professional development of this key workforce.  The coordinator would be an advocate and champion for the HEaTED...

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