Pharmacy Technician of the Year
The Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK present The Pharmacy Technician of the Year Award. This acknowledges an outstanding Pharmacy Technician who has shown a significant contribution over the past 12 months and symbolises the best of their profession.
Technical Support in Psychological Research & Teaching Awards
This annual award recognises the valuable role that technicians play in supporting research within their psychology departments. It is offered by the British Psychological Society (BPS) in collaboration with the Association for Technical Staff in Psychology (ATSiP).
Institute of Physics (IOP) Technician Award
The IOP Technician Award highlights the diverse role of technicians in education, research and industry. The winner receives a prize of £1,000, a trophy and a certificate presented at the IOP annual awards dinner.
Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) Jean Venables Medal
This Jean Venables Medal promotes the role of newly qualified engineering technicians. The winner receives £500 and is presented with the Jean Venables Medal at ICE's Annual Awards Ceremony.
Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET) Apprentice and Technician of the Year Awards
This award is to recognise individuals who stand out from their peers and have made noteworthy achievements in their area of expertise.
HE Bioscience Technician of the Year Award
The Royal Society of Biology's Higher Education Bioscience Technician of the Year Award seeks to recognise the superb work of technical staff, which underpins the bioscience research and teaching at all levels in universities across the UK and Ireland.
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Higher Education Technical Excellence Award
The Higher Education Technical Excellence Award is for individuals or teams demonstrating exceptional contributions to technical support within the HE sector. The winner receives £2000, a medal and a certificate.
Apprentice of the Year Award
The Semta Skills Awards include an award for the best apprentice from a business of over 250 people. They should be an example of the opportunities apprenticeships can open and demonstrate excellent manufacturing and/or engineering skills, that have a real impact on their employer’s business.