CPD Case Studies
The Science Council is inviting BSSS Chartered Scientists to share their stories and has opened submissions for glowing CPD case studies to showcase on their website. With 2020 creating new unexpected challenges, the Science Council is keen to find out:
- How were you creative in your approach to CPD? What worked, what didn’t?
- How did online and virtual events help you and which ones did you attend?
- Did your job role change during the COVID-19 pandemic? Did this open-up any different CPD opportunities?
- How did you adapt to and overcome any challenges?
Find out more and submit your case study here.
At the end of November 2020, the Professional Practice Committee were delighted to advise all BSSS Chartered Scientists that their 2019 CPD returns had been accepted as fully meeting the standards for revalidation. CPD returns for 2020 are now open for submission and please download the new recording template and guidance notes and send to us by 31 March 2021.
Become a Chartered Scientist Today!
If you are not currently registered as a Chartered Scientist but would like to consider this for the future, find out whether you work for an Employer Champion. The Science Council’s Employer Champions are employers that have made the commitment to support their scientific staff to become professionally registered. Employers of all sizes can register to be a Champion, and for more information, head over to the Science Council’s website!
Science Council Board Nominations
Nominations are now open for the election of four Trustees to the Science Council Board in 2021. The vacancies are to be filled with two individuals within Science Council membership and two from outside the Science Council community. The Science Council Board is seeking people with skills and experience in policy networks and influence, employers of the scientific workforce and PR/marketing. It is not a requirement to be CSci registered.
To learn more about being a Trustee of the Science Council and to submit a nomination, please visit the online nomination site. Nominations close on Thursday 1 April 2021 at 5:00pm.
If you would like to find out more about joining the Science Council Board, please contact Oli O’Hanlon.