The BPS provides multiple ways for our members to keep their professional knowledge and abilities up-to-date, from our core skills workshops and e-learning courses, to our ongoing programme of conferences and events.
For further information on our core programme please consult the tabs below.
This series of four workshops is designed to help supervisors to develop, reflect on and refine their own personal practice, tailored to their own personal approach, the context in which they work, and the needs of their client groups.
The sessions are spread out to allow time for reflection and practice, and each workshop offers multiple sessions to enable you to arrange things to suit your schedule.
Completion of this series of four workshops confers eligibility to apply for entry onto the Society's Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS), which is designed to recognise Chartered psychologists with special expertise in supervision.
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Growing numbers of psychologists work in private practice either as an adjunct to their other clinical jobs, or as their primary professional practice, however the skills for working in private practice are seldom taught on training courses and qualified practitioners must often rely on their own resourcefulness and ingenuity to develop a successful practice.
As a result this workshop is designed to cover the challenges and pitfalls of working as an independent practitioner.
The ideas and skills developed in this interactive workshop will cover a wide range of practical issues and skills designed to help you to develop your own style as a practitioner and to translate this into a commercially successful and ethically driven private practice.
To book or find out more, please click on any of the available dates listed below.
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This is a series of four skills-based workshops for psychologists acting as expert witnesses.
These workshops are particularly suitable for anyone considering embarking on practice as an expert witness as well as being a useful refresher for those who have to unexpectedly take on the role.
It is strongly recommended that these sessions are attended sequentially.
For more information and to book your place, simply select the available dates below.
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You may also be interested in our Becoming an Expert Witness e-learning course.
This two-day workshop addresses the systemic and regulatory challenges in working with aircrew in order to equip Practitioner Psychologists with the knowldge and skills they need to meet the increasing demand for psychological assessment and intervention in aviation.
Attendees will be taught about the relevant concepts, underpinning research, and required skills needed to begin working with pilots and other occupational groups in aviation.
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2018 date(s) will be announced soon.
Working with the media is a key skill but one which can take us out of our comfort zone.
It can be an incredibly effective way to get your research and expertise out to a huge number of people and maximise the impact of your work.
We have a range of CPD opportunities here that will provide you with a set of tools to conduct successful media relations whether it be online, broadcast, in print or via social media.
This training will provide bespoke PR & media skills training for clinicians, leaders & key spokespeople, and will also prepare you to handle more challenging interviews on serious issues and crisis situations.
To book your place please click the appropriate link above.
Promoting your work in the media
4 April 2018
BPS London office
At this workshop you will learn how to promote your research or expertise using different channels within the media.
Communicating complex ideas
This course will help you develop skills to clearly communicate technical or specialist information to general audiences. You will learn the key steps to work through when planning any communication activity and the issues to consider when choosing and implementing your communication method. The areas of risk, uncertainty and controversy are considered as well as the specific task of dealing with the media.