Registered Scientist (RSci)
THE ASE has become one of the first organisations to receive a licence to award professional status under the Science Council’s new registers, Registered Science Technician (RSciTech) and Registered Scientist (RSci).
More about this news is available here.
The registers, aimed at raising the professional standing of those working to advance science and its applications, will run alongside the prestigious Chartered Science Teacher (CSiTeach).
The full criteria as approved by the Science Council is available.
There is a fast track route for those teachers that meet the specific criteria of 2 years experience, an honours degree in science and QTS. The fast track route for RSci has recently been extended to June 2013!
If you are considering registered scientist status this is by far the most straightforward way to achieve RSci status! This will cost £25.
This fast track route has been agreed with the Science Council but will only be available until 30th June 2013. Thereafter a FULL application will be required at a cost of £50.
You can send a cheque with your application form or pay for this online. click here to pay your initial Application Fee. If paying by cheque, please make payable to "ASE".
- The New Registers explained EiS January 2012
The New Registers explained EiS January 2012
- April 2012 EiS article on fast track to RSci and RSciTech
Page proof of April Education in Science article on fast track to RSci and RSciTech