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Welcome to the website for our 2014 Annual Conference to be held on 7-9 May in Birmingham at the International Convention Centre (ICC) which is located right in the heart of England'

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Supervisors for the Society's qualification in Educational Psychology (Scotland) (Stage 2) must be:

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The Society has developed a web-based, multimedia timeline of the development of

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myCPD is an online system provided by the BPS Learning Centre. It provides a structured framework for planning and recording CPD.

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How many CPD hours does the Society recommend psychologists should undertake each year? 10, 20, 40 or 100 hours?

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What is a Supervisor?

A supervisor is someone who supports and mentors the candidate throughout the process.

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The CPD Approval Scheme is the Society’s model of approving programmes or events (including workshops, lectures, symposia and conferences), that meet our standards.

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The CPD Forum is for Member Network and Committee Leads to engage in planning and exchange ideas for the future development of CPD activities with the BPS Learning Centre.

Face-to-face meetings are held when necessary.

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As part of the Society's ongoing commitment to enhance the benefits of membership

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Like thousands of students across the country, you have just received your A level results.

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Like thousands of students across the country, you have just received your A level results.

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Am I eligible?

Those applying to enrol on the Qualification in Educational Psychology (Scotland) Stage 2 must hold the following:

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Below is a list of documents that are useful for current candidates enrolled onto the Society's Qualification in Educational Psychology (Scotland) Stage 2:

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Is CPD compulsory?

If you are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) to practice in the UK you must continue to meet the standards that the HCPC has set for the
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Below are some useful links to Society guidelines:

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CPD is a key element to achieving and maintaining chartered status.

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The CPD plan and summary log tables are designed to adapt to your requirements and th

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Our CPD policy was updated in 2012 and approved by the

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For the individual psychologist CPD can provide benefits at several different levels including:

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The Professional Development Centre has created some FAQ's about the process of CPD.

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CPD is defined as 'any process or activity that provides added value to the capability of the professional through the increase in knowledge, skills and personal qualities necessary for the appropriate execution of professional and technical dutie

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