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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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Branches

APS Branches support members in local areas, promoting the profession of psychology, networking and collaboration

Colleges

Colleges promote nine specific areas in psychology, maintaining standards and supporting education and professional development

Interest Groups

APS Interest Groups support members with special interests and assist communication between members interested in similar fields

Divisions

Divisions bring together key sectors of the APS, ensuring all members are represented in APS decision making  and activities

State Committees

APS State Committees play a key role in coordinating APS resources and activities at a state or territory level

Networks

APS networks bring together members with expertise and training in key areas of psychological activity.



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