BCS - Enabling the Information Society

BCS - Enabling the Information Society
Established in 1957, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, promotes wider social and economic progress through the advancement of information technology science and practice.


With a worldwide membership now at 70,000 members in more than 100 countries, BCS is the qualifying body for Chartered IT Professionals (CITP). We are also an international awarding body for a wide range of qualifications for both users of IT and IT specialists.


By joining BCS you will become a part of the UK's industry body for IT professionals, and the leading chartered engineering institution for IT.


BCS is committed to making IT the leading profession of the 21st Century. Our aim is to be directly relevant to the priorities, needs and aspirations of our individual members at every stage of their career.


Membership of BCS demonstrates your commitment to both your own and the IT community's professional development. BCS membership sets you apart from other IT practitioners, giving you industry recognition of your skills and experience.


Joining BCS is also the pathway to Chartered IT Professional status (CITP) and other chartered registrations (CEng/IEng and CSci).


For further information visit www.bcs.org/join.




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