Log your accrued CPD hours

APS members get exclusive access to the logging tool to monitor and record accrued CPD hours.

2018 APS Congress

The 2018 APS Congress will be held in Sydney from Thursday 27 to Sunday 30 September 2018


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Constitution and generic rules

The APS is a public company subject to the provisions of the Corporations Act 2001. The Constitution of the APS is the document that sets out the rules governing the activities of the APS and its members, within the requirements of the Corporations Act.

APS Constitution

The rules contained in the Constitution are fundamental to the continued operation and smooth functioning of the APS.

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Generic Rules for Branches

These Generic Rules are subject to the Constitution of The Australian Psychological Society Limited (the “Society”). The Generic Rules for Branches document the rules governing Branches.

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Generic Rules for Colleges

The Generic Rules for Colleges document the rules governing Colleges.

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Generic Rules for Interest Groups

The Generic Rules for Interest Groups document the rules governing Interest Groups.

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Generic Rules for Divisions

 The Generic Rules for Divisions document the rules governing Divisions.

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Codes of Conduct

The APS Codes of Conduct have been developed to assist Directors and Committee members in readily identifying their roles, responsibilities and obligations.

Code of Conduct for the Board of Directors
Code of Conduct for Committee Members
Code of Conduct for Member Groups