TCUK is the ISTC’s annual conference for everyone involved in writing, editing, illustrating, delivering and publishing technical information.

With over 30 different presentations and workshops from both world renowned speakers and the ISTC’s own members, it offers three days of intensive learning, with social activities for networking and an impressive vendor exhibition.

Looking forward to TCUK 2016

We’ll be publishing details on TCUK 2016 in the upcoming months.

Convince your boss

See our Convince your boss page for some suggestions to justify why your manager or supervisor should send you to the TCUK 2016 conference.

Looking back on TCUK 2015

The Technical Communication UK (TCUK) 2015 was in Scotland for the very first time. TCUK 2015 took place on 29th and 30th September and 1st October, at the Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre, at Dalmuir in Clydebank, just outside Glasgow.

The special focus was: Breaking the Boundaries of Technical Communication.

Magda Caloian has created some video clips of her experience at TCUK 2015:

Your comments on TCUK 2015

It was a good variety of material and speakers.
Very open and friendly atmosphere. Nice with the focus on documenting software.
It was very enjoyable to meet up with friends and colleagues again and the whole atmosphere was very happy and lively
Well-run, very friendly, great positive atmosphere. I was really pleased to see there was a code of conduct.
Excellent work, as usual, by the production team
Excellent opportunity to be updated and get ideas.
For a conference planned and executed by volunteers, it was outstanding.
Keynote speakers were a highlight for me, very inspiring. Pre-dinner sticks and kicks band were also very entertaining.
It was a great conference! I got so much input and have a lot of ideas. I’m looking forward to next year.
It was a pleasure attending and speaking at TCUK again, sharing experience with delegates and experts, covering the event on Twitter and having fun for those three days. Thank you!
I really enjoyed it. Thank you.

CJ Walker posted daily reviews of the conference on Storify:


Looking back at TCUK 2014

TCUK 2014 took place 16th-18th September 2014, in Brighton. Delegates could choose from a wide range of presentation topics, including content development and content delivery, the challenges of mobile documentation, and the opportunities that exist in structured authoring. The special focus was “Technical Content in the Age of Social Media”.

CJ Walker posted daily reviews of the conference on Storify:

Thanks to everyone who participated in TCUK 2014 as a sponsor, speaker or delegate for helping to make it such a great event!

TCUK News and Blog posts

RWS Translations – Bronze Sponsor Interview | Chris Rayner (Group Marketing Manager)


Chris Rayner (Group Marketing Manager) TCUK: What factors encouraged RWS Translations to come to the TCUK 2015 conference? CR: This is a new conference for RWS and a combination of the profile of the attendees, the distinguished speaker line up and programme content all appear to be a good match for our specialist services. We […]

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TCUK15 Speaker – Carol Leahy to present on “Does your gender really make you a better communicator?”

Carol Leahy will be presenting on “Does your gender really make you a better communicator?” Historically, women are seen as better communicators compared to men yet the field of technical communication is pre-dominantly male. Why is this? Are males really better at communicating technical information? This presentation will discuss gender within the technical communications field […]

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Bronze Sponsor TCUK 2015 – Fluid Topics

Antidot is proud to introduce Fluid Topics, its new dynamic content publishing solution, transforming the way users benefit from your technical documentation. Break the bounds of static content, empower users and develop actionable insights with Fluid Topics dynamic publishing. Our solution gives users the power to find and navigate technical information from any source on […]

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