Master of Advanced Professional Psychology webinar
La Trobe's Master of Advanced Professional Psychology is designed to support you with all the PsyBA requirements during your internship year as you prepare to become a registered psychologist. Join this webinar to learn about the course structure, fees, study mode, and more. Ask your questions during our live Q&A session.
- Wednesday 26 April 2023 06:00 pm until Wednesday 26 April 2023 07:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Future Students Centre
1300 135 045
- Presented by:
- Dr Kirstie McKenzie-McHarg
- Type of Event:
- Future Student Information
La Trobe's industry-connected Master of Advanced Professional Psychology helps you thrive on the path to becoming a registered psychologist. Gain support in all aspects of your internship year, from sourcing your industry partner to preparing for your National Psychology Exam. Then, graduate with the advanced skills and experience you need to start your career as a registered psychologist.
After successful completion of a supported internship and satisfaction of all requirements of the Psychology Board of Australia, you'll be eligible to apply for full registration as a general psychologist. Registered psychology professionals can find employment in a variety of roles, including roles as a general psychologist, private practice psychologist or public sector psychologist.
This webinar will provide you with comprehensive information about our Master of Advanced Professional Psychology. Tune in to learn about the course structure, fees, study mode, and more.
The webinar will be hosted by Dr Kirstie McKenzie-McHarg who will be available to answer any questions you may have. You can submit your questions through the webinar's chat feature, and we will address them during the Q&A session
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