The Royal Society of Chemistry are coming in to Wirral Met College on Wednesday 14th June 2017 to deliver workshops

for our work based students on Higher National Certificate (HNC) and Foundation Degree in Chemistry courses on how to gain Royal Society of Chemistry RSciTech and RSci professional membership accreditation.

 Registered Science Technician (RSciTech) and Registered Scientist (RSci) are work-based competences which recognise skills, knowledge and experiences gained in the workplace and are aimed at work-based students. Becoming registered with the Royal Society of Chemistry shows that you have demonstrated high levels of competence and professionalism in your role. You can use the designatory letters, RSciTech or RSci after your name which will boost your CV. It is also good practice for future job applications and interviews. More information about Royal Society of Chemistry professional registration can be found on their website.

Wirral Met Science Apprentice Amy Edwards in a Lab wearing a lab coat


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