Specialist Groups are a valuable benefit of membership as they will keep you up to date on all subjects relevant to you. You can attend as many meetings as you like at any of our Specialist Groups.
The meetings are about networking and are a chance to compliment your existing knowledge, contribute towards your continuing professional development (CPD), and build your exposure to both people in and information on your chosen field as well as others you’re interested in.
Our 50+ Specialist Groups provide an unrivalled opportunity to keep up with current developments in your area(s) of interest:
|Advanced Programming||Health Northern Ireland|
|Agile Methods||Health Nursing|
|Animation and Games Development||Health Scotland|
|Artificial Intelligence||Health Wales|
|Business Change||Information Retrieval|
|Business Information Systems||Information Risk Management and Assurance (IRMA)|
|CMA (Communications Management Association)||Information Security (ISSG)|
|Computer Arts Society||Interaction|
|Computer Conservation Society||Internet|
|Consultancy||Learning and Development|
|Cybercrime Forensics||Location Information|
|Data Centre||Open Source|
|Data Management||Primary Health Care|
|DevSecOps||Project Management (PROMS-G)|
|Enterprise Architecture||Scottish Testing|
|Formal Aspects of Computing Science (FACS)||Software Practice Advancement (SPA)|
|Fortran||Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN-UK)|
|Future Computing Systems (FCS)||Software Testing (SIGiST)|
|Green IT||Young Professionals|
|Health London & South East||Young Professionals Information Security (YPISG)|
If you are a BCS member you can manage your specialist group memberships by logging in to the Member Secure Area. You can join a number of specialist groups.
If you are not a BCS member, join us today to access all BCS Specialist Groups.
In addition to the wide range of Specialist Groups on offer, BCS Membership brings a wealth of other member services and benefits.
You are also welcome to contact any of the committee members to discuss the group / aims in more detail. Some groups are open to non-members; please check the Specialist Group page for information.
BCS Academy of Computing
A Learned Society dedicated to advancing computing as an academic discipline.
Covering all aspects of informatics in support of health, a sector of particular relevance and importance to BCS.
The UK lead forum for IT Directors and Senior Managers to exchange experiences, views and expectations on how information systems should be managed to achieve business objectives.
An initiative that aims to encourage more women to consider careers in science, engineering, mathematics and IT.