Registered Science Technician (RSciTech)
Professional development is at the heart of ASE activity, as the membership organisation for teachers and technicians passionate about science education.
In April 2012, the ASE became one of the first organisations to receive a licence to award Registered Science Technician (RSciTech).
- Improve your employability: Professional registers recognise the range of knowledge, experience and professionalism that are sought after by employers.
- Receive professional recognition: The Science Council has established this new register to ensure professional recognition and development for technicians working across science from education to industry.
- Demonstrate your commitment to your profession: By maintaining your RSciTech status registration stays valid throughout your career and demonstrates your commitment to your own development.
Not sure whether to apply for RSci or RSciTech?
If you are unsure which register to go for, visit the Professional Registers quick check tool on the website and you will be taken through a range of questions which will suggest which register is for you!
How to apply
- You must be a member of the ASE. To become an ASE member, for just £37
- Check if you meet the criteria.
- Then apply using the Full Application route. (This is an additional cost)
Cost Full Application costs £35.
The renewal fee of £20 will be applied to the membership plan at the time your membership is renewed.
Please make cheques payable to "ASE".
To Pay Online click here and select the appropriate option in red at the bottom of the page to pay your initial Application Fee.
For Further Information
Phone: 01707283000 and ask for Suzanne Dickinson.
Read about the first Registered Science Technicians in the Related Documents below.
- RSciTech Leaflet
RScitech offers and fast track registration
- The New Registers explained EiS January 2012
The New Registers explained EiS January 2012
- Article extracted from EIS -February 2013
Anne Bullen RSciTech wrote these words in February 2013 EIS edition 251.
- A Step Change for Technicians
EiS article by Nicola Hern November 2012 Education in Science
- Case study - Phil Wilson
- Case study - Anne Helliar
- Case Study - Lynne Rawlings
- Case Study - Hilary McCarthy
- Case Study - Helen Penn
- Profile Selina Coleman RSciTech
Profile Selina Coleman RSciTech
- Profile Michelle McGaughey RSciTech
Profile: Michelle McGaughey RSciTech
- 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