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1 Alliance of Technology Transfer Professionals Successfully moving technology from research to the marketplace by unifying and educating technology transfer professionals around the world.

2 Background Technology Transfer is increasingly viewed as a profession Professions require certain things: -A body of knowledge -A professional body -A recognised path for career profession

3 Supported by members summer 2008: PraxisUnico, AUTM and ASTP carried out research amongst our members - Wide-ranging support for development of professional recognition mechanisms -Greatest support amongst the younger/newer members of Tech Transfer -Strong view that development of the profession is happening and that we must take a leadership role. -Strong view that development of the profession must be led by practitioners

4 Founding associations Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) – Representing 2978 Members 50 countries Association of Science and Technology Professionals (ASTP) – Representing 627 Members 43 countries PraxisUnico – Representing 164 members and 2000 individuals Association of Technology Managers in Taiwan (ATMT) – Representing 400 members Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA) – Representing 400 members

5 ATTP global coverage

6 History 2008, MoU by ASTP, ATMT, AUTM, KCA, PraxisUnico  working group with first call on 16 th December May 2010 launch of ATTP with 5 founding associations: board of directors, executive cie & on line administration Number of current applications: 61 ! with 31 people being approved (‘RTTP’)

7 ATTP Council Jane Muir Alison Campbell Claar-els van Delft Sean Flanigan Jeff Skinner Paul Liu Andy Sierakowski David Gulley Kevin Cullen

8 Training and Qualifications Career technology transfer members will be provided with valuable training and submit a final case study to be considered Experienced industry professionals will produce a comprehensive case study demonstrating their experience and qualifications

9 Demonstrated competence RTTP Peer reviewed 360⁰ Case Study, outlining a project or deal, demonstrating your competence 60 CE pointsrelevant education substantial track record Application Peer review

10 Benefits of registration Registration: – Confirms individual professional’s credibility within the profession as assessed by expert practitioners – Provides international recognition as a technology transfer expert – Unites professionals on a global basis within a recognised and agreed framework If YOU want to be recognised as a Tech Transfer professional, you want to apply for registration with ATTP

11 Application process Online Available to all members of the founding associations Applications considered by an international panel of practitioners. $250 administration charge No annual fees, but there will be an administration charge associated with confirmation of registration every 3 to 5 years

12 Benefits to YOU YOU will be recognised as a registered professional YOU will have the gold standard recognition amongst your peers YOU will have an internationally portable qualification YOU will be linked in to the practitioners network around the world YOU will have a powerful qualification to add to your CV

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