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The Register of Professional Sensory Scientists provides you with the perfect tool to invest in your team’s expertise and recognise their professionalism. Individual members of your team can apply for accreditation. See below for just a few of the benefits of having a team of sensory scientists that’s independently and formally recognised.
Here are just some of the reasons why your team should join the Register:
Keep your team up-to-date
Encourage team development
|Your team will have access to up-to-date sensory science information through networking and events.||Demonstrate the importance of your team’s development by encouraging them to become accredited.|
Enhance your team’s knowledge & skills
Be recognised as a team of accredited scientists
|Invest in your team’s continuing professional development, help them build their knowledge and skills and give added value to their role in your organisation.
Encourage and promote Continuing Professional Development using our free online recording platform, myCPD.
|Receive recognition for your team’s professionalism and excellence in the critical role that you all perform every day.|
Six reasons why becoming a Registered Sensory Scientist could be beneficial to your team and your organisation:
- The Register of Professional Sensory Scientists provides the only qualification of its kind in the world for food sensory scientists
- Becoming a Registered Sensory Scientist provides independent recognition that its members have achieved a high standard of professional practice and knowledge in food sensory science
- Registered Sensory Scientists join a network of world-class sensory scientists
- Your team members will be entitled to use the designatory letters RSensSci and/or CSci
- They will have free access to personal and career development through IFST’s myCPD online system
- Holders are automatically enrolled as a Chartered Scientist
Successful recognition as a Registered Sensory Scientist automatically entitles you to Chartered Scientist (CSci) status.