Animal Technician Development Programme

The Animal Technician Development Programme (ATDP) identifies, inspires and prepares new Animal Technicians for an exciting career within the UK Life Sciences workplace.

Employers

Are you an Employer of Animal Technicians? Are you looking to be a part of ATDP by giving your time to help train future budding technicians whilst having access to a pool of sustainable technicians to support your future staffing needs?

Jobseekers

Are you a jobseeker who is passionate about working with animals? Are you looking for a more open, fair and a paid opportunity to showcase and demonstrate what you can do on the job as an ATDP ‘Trainee Animal Technician’? Are you committed to learning to become an animal technician?

Partners

Do you have students or jobseekers who need some free information, advice and ‘animal technician’ careers guidance? Are you looking for opportunities to support your jobseekers into sustainable employment with a heavy focus on tracking shared destination measures?

About ATDP

Want to find out more about what ATDP involves? ATDP is a social enterprise which is committed to offering fairer and more open opportunities to budding animal technicians looking to enter into the industry. We are proud of our programme which creates committed, dedicated and sustainable technicians.

Openness

ATDP strives to support employers within the animal research industry with the commitments of the ‘openness concordat’ in mind. As an employer within the animal research industry, we are committed to helping the public understand the roles of animal research by offering more open opportunities, information, advice and guidance.

About ATDP

Want to find out more about what ATDP involves? ATDP is a social enterprise which is committed to offering fairer and more open opportunities to budding animal technicians looking to enter into the industry. We are proud of our programme which creates committed, dedicated and sustainable technicians.

Openness

ATDP strives to support employers within the animal research industry with the commitments of the ‘openness concordat’ in mind. As an employer within the animal research industry, we are committed to helping the public understand the roles of animal research by offering more open opportunities, information, advice and guidance.