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.
Our CEO was fortunate to attend the Winter Symposium organised by the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) last month in the US city of Savannah, Georgia.
APAC is looking for a new Accreditation Manager. It is a full-time, ongoing role based in our modern office in central Melbourne.
Cyber bullying is a growing problem and a significant trigger for psychological distress. That’s why Safer Internet Day, on 7 February, is important.
We’re delighted to report that APAC has signed a new memorandum of understanding with the national regulator for Australia’s higher education sector, TEQSA.
How can psychology higher education providers know if they’re meeting the Accreditation Standards?
As we enter the final quarter of the year, the focus turns to planning for the future and taking stock of work to date.
Last month our CEO Michael Carpenter was fortunate enough to attend the Council on Licensure Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) Annual Education Conference (AEC) in Louisville, Kentucky.
It’s been a busy year for APAC and our stakeholders. Here’s a recap of progress so far and an indication of what is still to come.
What is benchmarking and how can higher education providers make it work well for them?
Join an online focus group to discuss how accreditation processes can improve collaborative skills in health profession graduates.
Women’s Health Week, which begins on 5 September, is an opportunity to focus on the fact that women experience some mental health conditions at higher rates than men.
The countdown is on for The Big Anxiety, which begins in Melbourne on 21 September.
The APAC Board met on 15 August 2022 via Zoom. It issued a communiqué.
Wear It Purple Day this year falls on Friday 26 August. The theme is “Still me, still human”.