APS Colleges

There are nine APS Colleges representing a range of different areas in psychology.

 

About APS Colleges

APS Colleges represent specific areas in psychology. Each College promotes its area, maintains practice standards and quality assurance, and encourages and supports the education and professional development of practitioners.

Colleges hold seminars and workshops, courses and conferences, publish newsletters and perform a range of activities on behalf of members. They are run by a national committee and offer varying grades of membership. Many Colleges also have a state section, each with a committee to help the College meet its goals at state-level.

College Committee Nomination forms
National and state nomination forms for committee positions are available here.

APS Member Group Committee Manual
Click here to access updated procedures, work instructions, forms, resources and useful links for Member Group Committees.

Enquiries about APS Colleges can be directed to colleges@psychology.org.au.