AN INTRODUCTION FROM OUR CHAIR
"I am delighted that we, in the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences, are able to support our technical staff and enable their expertise and skills to be recognised and developed through the values of the Technician Commitment. We are very proud that QUB is one of the founding signatories of the Science Council's Technician Commitment. We intend to fulfil our pledge to promote Visibility, Recognition, Career Development and Sustainability for our technicians, who provide a vital role in the delivery of high quality research and teaching across the Faculty."
Professor Alan Stitt, Technician Committee Chair
NATIONAL TECHNICIAN COMMITMENT
WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT?
Queen’s University Belfast is a founding signatory of the National Technician Commitment and pledge action against the key challenges affecting their technical staff ensuring visibility, recognition, career development and sustainability.
How can we support you?
The Faculty of Medicine Health and Life Sciences is fully committed to supporting our Technicians, providing specific training opportunities and organising events to showcase the great work carried out across the Faculty.
Recognise your experience, knowledge, understanding and competence with Professional RegistrationFind out more
Meet the Faculty Technical Committee, who will strive to have your ideas and concerns heardTechnician Committee
The latest exciting news and events from our Technician communityNews and Events
A selective collection of useful training links and resourcesHEated Training >
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Hear from our Technicians
“I have been a technician at Queen’s for 15 years and now is an exciting time to be a technician after the university signed up to the technical commitment which hopefully will provide us with a lot more opportunity.”
Kirsty McLaughlin, Research Technician and Floor Manager, Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology