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Occupational Psychology

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The Division has had quite an active year, keeping the wider committee very busy. I thank every volunteer who generously gave of their time in 2015, and Hazel Lacey the Division’s Co-ordinator, who supported us over the year.

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It was good to get a sneak preview of the next BPS annual confer

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Research into practice: Relevance and rigour

This year’s

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The Society is concerned that psychological tools are being misused in the UK benefits system and could lead to results that lack validity, efficacy or fairness.

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Professor Jamie Hacker HughesThe British Psychological Society’s Presidential team has expres

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Welcome to the website for the 2016 conference.

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The DOP Professional and Educational Qualifications (PEQ) Strategy Group is now in a position to present to key stakeholders and to the Division, revised standards for stage 2. We would therefore like to invite current supervisors, assessors, employer representatives and candidates (as well as those who might have recently completed) to view and reflect on the proposed standards and give us your views and comments using a brief questionnaire. Your opinion is vital to us to shape the standards that will underpin the future of our profession, and we thank you in advance for taking part in this consultation.

 

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Welcome to the website for the 2015 Conference.

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This page contains information about vacancies for contract for services and consultancy posts. 

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You may have been asked to complete a test or questionnaire and wondered where these exercises come from, why they are used and whether they are used properly.

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Our vision for the DOP Annual Conference is to be the UK conference of choice for Occupational-Organisational-Business-Work-I/O Psychologists.

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The Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register is provided by OSHCR Ltd.  The register is a means by which our members can demonstrate their professional standing and experience in occupational health and safety.

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

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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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To celebrate the 200th edition of the

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This page contains all of the information and questionnaires you will need in relation to the accreditation of your occupational psychology programmes. 

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Qualification in Occupational Psychology (QOP (Stage 2))

The Society’s Qualification in Occupational Psychology is called QOP (Stage 2).

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Online resources to help you find a psychologist

Directory of Chartered Psychologists - search for a psychologist offering services to the public

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Below is a list of terms relating to the different areas of psychology.  You may