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  1. I have received a negative skills assessment from the Australian Psychological Society (APS). I am a registered Clinical Psychologist with the HPCSA and completed a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology through Stellenbosch University (graduating in 2004). APS need to recognize 6 years of study for a positive assessment. My 6th year was a full-time internship at an academic hospital and I completed my research thesis during the same year. APS are not recognizing this 6th year. I don't seem to be the first one encountering this problem - a colleague who did her Masters at UCT also received a ne
  2. Does anyone know of any Industrial Psychologist from South Africa who has received a positive skills assessment from APS lately? I am an Industrial Psychologist registered with the HPCSA - completed my Masters at Wits and had a 1 year supervised internship. I understand from a discussion on this forum in 2017 there were issues with Australia Assessing board, APS, not accepting South African trained Psychologists.
  3. Hi all - been away for a while - had a major hiccup while working here for a very large American company. Remember if they demand loyalty, tell them to buy a dog. They have none to you. I have been searching in my field for the last 7 months, when I applied with a certain agency called Southern Cross Computing. Now, I have no idea what other agencies do, but SCC actually went through my CV and my cover letter with me and said "No, no - this can never be!" My speciality is in IT as a dinosaur - still kicking ASCII all these years - but I need Big Iron to sati
  4. Hi all This is my first post on this forum! It has been great reading and learning everyday so thansk to you all for posts made and commented on. We have had a terrible day in that my skills assessment was not passed! I am devastaed and so shocked. I was not concerned about my degree and qualifications being accepted by the APS. I am a registered Educational Psychologist with the HPCSA, comlpeted my internship, passed board exams and my degree with flying colours and still the APS has not recognised me. I will cal lthem in the morning to find out why but for now feel desperate as i honestly th
  5. Ok so I am panicking. Skills assessment details were confirmed received by the APS in May. It has now been 11 weeks (APS takes 8 weeks) so I contacted them to follow up. They replied immediately saying that they requested further information from the university on the postgraduate degree and have had no response thus far... I have no idea who they contacted or if the response will ever come. Is it inappropriate to send them details of who to contact? I don't want to blow the skills assessment but we could wait forever!
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