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WHO ARE THESE COURSES FOR ?
Board registered psychologists who wish to achieve Board Approved Supervisor Status (BAS) must complete a sequential 3-part approved supervisor training program (Parts 1-3) in order to provide supervision for provisional psychologists who are completing 4+2, 5+1 internships or higher degree placements, or psychologists undertaking a registrar program (Area of Practice Endorsement-AoPE).
To maintain BAS as a supervisor, psychologists must undertake a Part 4 (Masterclass) 6 hour face to face training program every five years to update skills and knowledge.
PRE-REQUISITE REQUIREMENTS and TRAINING ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION
All psychologists wishing to undertake the STREAM Psychology BAS training must meet the eligibility criteria for PsyBA approval.
General registration status and other registration details will be checked independently against data available on the Register of Practitioners.
Parts 1-3 training must be completed sequentially. Trainee supervisors undertaking Part 2 and 3 of the supervisor training will be required to provide documented evidence that they have completed the previous part of the board approved training.
Part 3 training can only be completed within but not exceeding a period of 3 months since the successful completion of Part 2 of supervisor training. In the case of registrants who have undertaken Board-approved Supervisor Training, successful completion of Part 2 of the supervisor training will be verified at the point of enrolment.
In the case of registrants who have completed the equivalent of Part 2 with another Board-approved supervisor trainer, an electronic version of the certificate of completion must be submitted online after enrolment.
Selective audit of certificates of completion issued by other Board-approved supervisor trainers will be undertaken. STREAM Psychology will notify the Psychology Board of Australia if there is a discrepancy between information regarding eligibility that has been provided by the enrolee and information contained on the Register of Practitioners.
As a condition of approval to be a supervisor training provider, STREAM Psychology is required to notify the Psychology Board of Australia of enrolees’ results on all training, including enrolees’ names; registration numbers; and whether the outcome constituted a pass or fail.
STREAM Psychology is also required to provide the Psychology Board of Australia with annual summary data on the number of persons who pass or fail; the percentage of persons passing or failing as a function of the number of attempts taken, and summary enrolee evaluations of the course.
CANCELLATION and REFUND POLICY
To insure an optimal learning environment in the face to face workshops, registration for parts 2 and 4 and intensives is limited to 25. In the event that registeration does not exceed 10 participants, the workshop may be rescheduled to the next available date. Cancellations are automatically registered in the next scheduled training. Alternatively, seats for the training can be transferrable to another colleague.
A 100% refund will be made if requested more than 14 days prior to the scheduled event. Unfortunately due to pre payment and booking policy of venues and catering - no refund is available for cancellations less than 14 day prior to the scheduled event.
HOW ARE THESE TRAINING COURSES OFFERED BY STREAM PSYCHOLOGY DIFFERENT FROM OTHER SUPERVISION TRAINING PROVIDERS COURSES ?
STREAM Psychology is a Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) approved training provider. The trainers are experienced board approved supervisors/trainers and practitioners. We figure that if you are prepared to invest your time , we are going to over deliver. We will be taking you beyond just meeting the competency requirements to become a board approved supervisor by introducing the pragmatics of using a client outcomes approach, coupled with the recent global development of applying the key tenents of deliberate practice in our profession and new emerging digital technologies to monitor our own practice and the practice of our supervisees.