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.
The APAC Board is pleased to announce the appointment of David Ensor as the company’s CEO, commencing on 18 December.
APAC is inviting applications from suitably qualified and experienced individuals interested in joining its Board of Directors.
It’s a question that people often ask APAC. So here’s a quick rundown on the differing roles of organisations in the realm of psychology.
Our outgoing CEO, Michael Carpenter, writes that it is with mixed emotions that I am penning my final newsletter introduction.
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.