Who are we?
People who run ATSiP.
Pete Beaman decided to leave his role as President of ATSiP, and we have decided to reclass the President's role as BPS Liaison Officer in order to carry on Peter's good work. At present the person carrying out this role has not been confirmed.
BPS web site article :
Peter Beaman on the life and times of a psychology technician.
History of ATSiP
The Keith Nicholson Memorial Prize will be presented annually at Conference for best voted ATSIP talk during the meeting. There is a shield which will be held for a year and a £150 Gift Token for the winner.
The 2016 ATSiP Conference was held at Birmingham City University from Wednesday 29th June to Friday 1st July.
The conference report will follow shortly.
Brief descriptions of what went on at past events and details of the next conferences are available on the conference page
If you would like the association to consider your institution for the conference, please contact the Secretary of the association.
** ATSIP HEIs - Please send in membership/dept fees by cheque or BACS to Wakefield Carter.
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Birmingham City University 2016
Staffordshire University 2015
Edinburgh Napier University 2014
Oxford Brookes University 2011
Swansea University 2010
Trinity College Dublin 2009
Liverpool John Moores University 2008
Napier University 2007
The University of Teeside 2006
link to previous
The Higher Education Academy Award
(Supported and sponsored by HEA).
Technicians and demonstrators have a valuable role in supporting the student learning experience within psychology departments. In recognition, the Psychology Network, in collaboration with the Association for Technical Staff in Psychology (ATSiP), sponsor an annual award for a technician or demonstrator who has provided outstanding support for the student learning experience in their department.
Winner 2014 - Paul Gallimore, Staffordshire University
Winner 2013 - Dr Emma McDonald, Oxford Brookes
Winner 2010 - Natalie Airs
The BPS/ATSiP Technical Support in Psychological Research Award
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).
Winners 2016 - Martyn Atkins for research and Yiannis Argyropoulos for teaching
Joint Winners 2015 - Haulah Zacharia (University of Westminster) & Peter Moore (UEA)
Winner 2014 - Ian Harrison, Bolton
ATSiP Mailing List
You can use this mailing list to tell technicians about useful techniques, new equipment, special offers and ask for help on some of those tricky problems.
More information or to subscribe to mail list.
Interested in joining us?
More information and an application form for membership.
Institute of Science Technology (IST)
IST can help by supporting and developing your career and interests, professional standing, knowledge and skills, network of contacts
download a pdf file on the IST
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