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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.
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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.
APAC has a new constitution that paves the way for the not-for-profit organisation to potentially expand its field of operations.
APAC has released its Annual Report 2022–23, a year which saw the organisation head back to tried and tested ways of working, with a safe and gradual return to face-to-face activity.