Supervisor Master Class: Process & Complexity in Specialist Supervision

Actions and Detail Panel

Sales Ended

Event Information

Share this event

Date and time

Location

Location

Online event

Refund policy

Refund policy

Contact the organiser to request a refund.

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Event description
PsyBA-Approved Supervisor Master Class (Educational Psychology)

About this event

The University of Melbourne has been approved by the PsyBA to run a Supervision Master Class for psychologists in Educational Psychology titled: Process and Complexity in Specialist Supervision. This class will focus on content specifically for Educational & Developmental Psychology supervisors.

For clinical psychology supervisor master class dates, or for more information about the training, please see https://bit.ly/3eMUbBr.

This workshop will be delivered via Zoom and a link will be sent after registration. Current-year supervisors of University of Melbourne Psychology students may attend the Master Class at no cost. Unless other arrangements have been made, one free Master Class place will be made available per student placement. To access a free ticket, input the promotional code circulated by the Educational Psychology Placement Coordinator when selecting your ticket type.

Date and time

Location

Online event

Refund policy

Contact the organiser to request a refund.

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organiser Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences

Organiser of Supervisor Master Class: Process & Complexity in Specialist Supervision

The Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences is one of the most highly regarded Schools of psychology in Australia.The School attracts some of the best students nationally and internationally to its broad range of APAC accredited undergraduate, graduate, professional, and research programs. The School's teaching is underpinned by excellence in research across a range of fields, including cognitive and behavioural neuroscience, quantitative psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology and clinical science.

Save This Event

Event Saved