Welcome to APAC
Search for an accredited psychology program
Information for education providers
Information for students
There are typically two pathway options to register as a psychologist following the completion of an APAC accredited Level 1 and Level 2 program.
The accreditation process
Program accreditation is the process of assessing whether a program of study meets the Accreditation Standards and produces graduates who have the knowledge, skills, and more to practise psychology in Australia.
NewsView all articles
Our new CEO shares his initial thoughts, we have three new Directors … and they tell us what has changed for women in psychology.
To mark International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March, we asked our three new Directors to comment on the role of women in psychology.
APAC is pleased to announce the addition of three highly regarded psychology academics to its Board of Directors.
Professional competency 3.17 of APAC’s Accreditation Standards states that psychology graduates need to “Investigate a substantive individual research question relevant to the discipline of psychology”. But what does that mean in practice?
APAC has a new CEO, a new constitution and five new Assessors. And you can find our Annual Report here, too.
Ryan Armer, a legally blind fourth-year Psychology student, Darlene McLennan, manager of the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training, and Associate Professor Melissa Davis, a member of APAC’s Accreditation Assessment Committee, discuss the challenges facing students with disabilities.