The AIPEP Equity Pathways Working Group has written a report aimed at lifting the number of Indigenous applicants for Honours and postgraduate psychology study.
Professor Alison Garton, who has chaired APAC’s Accreditation Assessment Committee since 2018, will step down from the role once her term as APAC Director concludes in late November.
Secondary school teachers of psychology played an important part in the recent AusPLAT 2023 conference in nipaluna/Hobart.
APAC attended AusPLAT 2023 in nipaluna/Hobart. Our Communications Advisor chatted to attendees during the breaks. Here are their voices.
APAC congratulates the organisers of the AusPLAT 2023 conference held from 8 to 10 September in nipaluna/Hobart.
APAC is looking for a new CEO. This is a superb opportunity to lead one of Australia’s highly regarded professional accreditation bodies and play a key role in ensuring the high quality of education and training for Psychology graduates.
Our Assessors are keen to discover and acknowledge the great work that many higher education providers are doing.
We’ve had the pleasure of resuming face-to-face site visits, giving our Assessors and staff the opportunity to meet many of you, both staff and students. Our final site visit was completed last week.
In this episode we talk about artificial intelligence and what it means for learning and teaching with Dr Guy Curtis.
The exciting news is that in-person site visits are back, at least when it comes to full re-accreditation reviews.
What is inter-professional learning? Why is it useful and how can psychology academics integrate it into their courses with confidence?
APAC CEO Michael Carpenter reports from a recent conference held by the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR).
Three psychology academics have joined APAC’s Accreditation Assessment Committee.
A draft review of overseas health practitioner regulatory settings has recommended a series of reforms to National Cabinet to address workforce challenges, including for psychology.
Integrity; professionalism; responsiveness; and respect. Those are the four key values that are central to APAC’s new strategic plan.
APAC is now subject to oversight by the National Health Practitioner Ombudsman (NHPO).
The APAC Board has adopted a new strategic plan to guide our work through to 2028 and to sharpen our focus on delivering high-quality outcomes for stakeholders.
APAC welcomes a new Accreditation Manager, Michelle Mosiere, who started on 20 March.
To mark International Women’s Day, APAC is highlighting the contribution of women to the profession of psychology.
APAC is reminding all higher education providers of a change to the Rules for Accreditation that requires all new programs to gain accreditation before they begin.
The Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) is consulting on updating the competencies for general registration as a psychologist in Australia.