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  • Technician photo competition for schools

     Technicians make it happen have teamed up with the British Science Association and have launched a photo competition for school pupils. 

    Pupils aged 5 - 19 can enter a photo of a representation of a technician to win cameras, practical kits or a £500 voucher. Deadline for entries is 26th of April 2017.

  • HE Technicians Summit

    TDM will be doing two workshop sessions at the HE Technicians Summit on the 31st of May. 

    Have you booked your place yet?

  • Technicians in the spotlight at Sheffield

    A celebration of technical staff here at the University of Sheffield with a 'Technicians in the spotlight' feature. 

  • A round up of this years forthcoming events, relevant to technicians. 

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

  • Collaborative Teaching laboratory

     Ian Tidmarsh, Head of Operations at the Collaborative Teaching Laboratory at the University of Birmingham, and TDM Workstream lead, has written an article for Efficiency Exchange. 

    Ian explains how the new Collaborative Teaching Laboratory at the University of Birmingham will provide more flexibility and higher utilisation, as well as supporting the development of teaching technician roles. 

    This article is located on a different website.

  • Committed to Technicians - Terry Croft writes for Lab News

    Terry Croft, TDM Director, writes for Laboratory News on enhancing the technical workforce and the launch of the TDM Toolkit in 2017. 

    This article is located on a different website.

  • TDM and UoS are celebrating Gatsby's national 'Technicians Make it Happen' campaign with an internal campaign to celebrate and showcase our own technicians

    Get involved and  tell us how you are making things happen here at the University. You don’t have to be a technician to take part; you can also nominate someone you work with.

    Email your submission to internalcommunications@sheffield.ac.uk before 5pm Wednesday 30 November.

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

  • TDM Technician Video Launch

     We at TDM have launched our new video 'Creating Career Pathways for Technicians'. 

    Our video showcases some of the technicians working at the University of Sheffield, illustrating their multidisciplinary and diverse roles. 

  • TDM to develop apprenticeship standards for technicians

     The TDM project and its partners are proposing the development of a new apprenticeship standard for technical staff in Higher Education. 

  • TDM at SDF conference

     TDM will be at the SDF Conference in Sheffield on the 10th of November, with Director Terry Croft and Co-project Manager Chris Turgoose presenting a session. 

  • A Technician Shaped Hole in HE - Terry Croft writes for Efficiency Exchange

     TDM Director Terry Croft has written a blogpost for Efficiency Exchange on the technician shaped hole facing UK Higher Education. 

    Here he warns that the role of technicians in HE is poorly understood and that this is costing universities money. 

    This article is located on a different website.

  • IST and HEaTED support Arts Technicians

     The Institute of Science and Technology, the professional body for technicians, is creating a new initiative to champion arts and media technicians.

  • Collaboration between businesses and universities

     HEaTED asks what is the role of the technician in attaining world class collaboration between universities and businesses and how do we achieve this relationship. 

    This article is located on a different website.

  • Our October TechNet event was dedicated to H&S and we were delighted to have our guest speaker, Mr Tom Fleming, head of H&S at UoS to come and talk.

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

  • The next TechNet event will be on the 14th of October and will be on the topic of Health and Safety.

    Find out more about the event and register for your place now.  

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.