Water Industry Network Technician Level 3
Have you completed the apprenticeship ‘Water Industry Network Technician’ in the last 2 years?
If yes, you can now apply for professional registration as a ‘Registered Science Technician – RSciTech’ using a shortened application route.
This route has been specially designed to recognise the skills and knowledge that align to RSciTech, that you have demonstrated through completing your apprenticeship. It offers to you the opportunity to use your apprenticeship achievement to gain professional registration, accessing great benefits such as raising your profile and growing your career.
What is professional registration?
Becoming professionally registered as a Registered Science Technician (RSciTech), recognises your skills and expertise in science, and your commitment to continuous professional development.
It shows employers that you can work to a high standard and are committed to becoming the best scientist you can be. It allows you to stand out from the crowd and support you as you advance in your career. Over the years as you develop more experience and skills, you may also progress to become a Registered Scientist (RSci).
When you become registered, you join a professional body that is licensed by the Science Council to award RSciTech.
The Licensed Body will support you throughout your career. You will be joining an exciting and inspirational community and gain access to fantastic networks with other scientists, and CPD opportunities specific to your scientific discipline.
Start your application at sciencecouncil.org/apply
Select ‘RSciTech Apprenticeships’
Complete the short tasks – these include providing a copy of your apprenticeship certificate (must have been completed within the last 2 years); completing a short reflection of your apprenticeship; and a statement to demonstrate your commitment and approach to continuous professional development.
Once these tasks are complete, you are ready to submit for assessment.