Vistors can expect to be inspired as Technicians Make it Happen will demonstrate a range of roles for those looking to build their future. Technician stories from real people working in theatre, textiles and teaching are amongst new case studies that will be featured..

Technicians Make it Happen will be joined by The Science Council, Royal Academy of Engineering and The Chartered Institute for IT at the launch event. Each organisation will be inviting technicians from their industry to tell stories about the incredible work they have been part of during their career.

The new technicians 

Alan

Peacocks Medical Group

Thanks to his apprenticeship, Alan’s helping people with lifelong conditions.

Amy

Technip FMC

Amy’s diving deep to enhance performance of the world’s energy industry.

Anne

University of Sheffield

From trainee technician to team leader, Anne’s always moving forward.

Billie

Peacocks Medical Group

As an Insoles Technician, Billie makes custom products to keep people on their feet.

Brian

Amey 

Brian’s involved in a UK-wide project to install smart meters in every home.

Camile

National Theatre

At the National Theatre, Camile puts the pieces together.

Helen

University of Sheffield

At school, Helen hated public speaking. Now she’s teaching her own classes.

Jane

Nottingham Trent University

Jane uses knitwear knowledge to stitch ideas together.

Josh

Amey

From classic cars to high-tech rail, Josh is on the right track.

Lauren

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust

From a Saturday job to saving lives. Lauren’s medicine helps give children a fighting chance.

Samantha

Buckinghamshire New University

At Buckinghamshire New University, Sam’s a jack of all trades, master of some.

Tamykha

National Theatre

For Lighting Technician Tamykha, there’s never a dull moment.

Vicky  

Nottingham Trent University

With expert printing skills, Vicky’s bang on trend.

Yogi

Yogi’s always loved a challenge. Now he’s using that drive to start his own software business.