OP Matters No 16 August 2012

OP Matters No 16 August 2012
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Summary 

Special issue: The Qualification in Occupational Psychology (Stage 2)

It sets out to promote understanding of the various aspects of the qualification and give some insights to the roles of the individuals who support the delivery and administration of the qualification.

There has been a lot of change in the qualification in recent years due in part to a changing regulatory landscape and transformation of the Society's organisational processes. The anniversary of the qualification reaching a five-year milestone has provided the Qualifications Board with an opportunity to pause for reflection and to give all stakeholders an update.

The newsletter, part of the Division of Occupational Psychology's Member Engagement Campaign, is a source of information about the Division, forthcoming events, and a forum for the sharing of best practice.

 

Description 

Contents

Letter from the Chair
Alan Redman

Special issue: The Qualification in Occupational Psychology (Stage 2)

Guest editorial
David Carew

Section one: The qualification at work - How we have grown!
Occupational Psychology Qualification Board

A day in the life of a Qualifications Officer
Angie Cain

Frequently asked questions about the Stage 2 qualification
Angie Cain

A day in the life of the Chief Supervisor/Registrar
Karen Moore

The assessor role
Mike Rugg-Gunn & Lorraine Hough

Section two: Training and the Portfolio - The supervisor's experience
Gail Steptoe-Warren

The candidate's experience
Emma Dawson

The candidates' perspective
Candidates from the QOP (Stage 2)

Section three: The future - HPC approval and beyond
Karen Moore, Rosemary Schaeffer & Angie Cain

Trainee OP of the Year awards

My first six months as Chief Assessor
Rosemary Schaeffer

The future of the qualification
David Carew

Regular features

Sharing the history and wisdom of our profession
Hazel Stevenson & Meera Nayar

Managing employee psychological well-being at work
Tina Kowalski

Researching the work/non-work interface
Jurate Cingiene

Delivered with inspiration and passion
Angie Ingman

Royal College of General Practitioners honours Fiona Patterson
Suzanne Mckeown

Whose side are we on?
Mary Brown

A celebration of the life of Lynne Joyce Millward
Almuth McDowall

Five ways to well-being
Haley Lancaster

EAWOP conference in the UK
Ros Searle

Seven reasons not to enter DOP Practitioner of the Year award
Claudia Nuttgens

Supervision of Professional Practice
Angela Carter

Going Green Working Group
Anna Kane

Association of Business Psychologists Conference May 2012
Angie Ingman


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