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Professional Development

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Promoting “the advancement and diffusion of a knowledge of psychology pure and applied” and “the efficiency and usefulness of members” are core to the charitable aims of the Society. Members expect the Society to represent their views and defend their profession. And that means, in part, discussing the distinctive contribution of psychology and psychologists.

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The Society works with the Association of Technical Staff in Psychology (ATSiP) to make the following awards that recognise the contributions made by psychology technicians in university departments to research and teaching.

 

BPS/ATSiP Technical Support in Psychological Research Award

Award inaugurated in 2014

This award recognises the important role that technicians play in supporting research within psychology departments.

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Following the recent

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Chair of the Education & Public Engagement Board

Nominations are required for the Chair of the Education & Public Engagement Board to serve in office from 2017 to 2019. The person will be appointed a Trustee of the Society and have a seat on the Board of Trustees.

Nominations should reach the Society’s office no later than 5pm on 1 July 2017. Nominations should use a standard nomination form, which gives details of the information and signatories required. A short personal statement will also be required.

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The Society’s public engagement grants support members who want to promote psychology to wider audiences.

Closing date for applications is 31 July 2016.

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The Society produces policy and guideline documents in connection with different areas of ps

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The information resources below are to assist candidates and supervisors involved in the Occupational Psychology qualification:

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HMRC has developed a series of ‘toolkits’ designed to help you understand and meet your tax obligations. to stay on top of your legal responsibilities you’ll need good record keeping and a clear understanding of the current regulations.

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After delivering a successful programme of CPD events in 2011, the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology (DSEP) are pleased to provide four workshops whi

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Society monograph, 'Educational Neuroscience' is available now from the BPS Shop for individual and

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The relaunch of our EuroPsy process has arrived!

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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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This topic group is full of different resources about social inclusion from the Society's Professional Practice Board.

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The Register of Coaching Psychologists provides a means for Society Members who have specialist expertise in the field of Coaching Psychology to achieve recognition of their expertise and to differentiate their services.

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

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Psychological testing is used in many walks of life to assess ability, personality and behaviour.

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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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