Division of Educational & Child Psychology

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A day in the life of a Trainee Educational Psychologist

What:              Informal conference for TEPs

Who:               Current Trainee Educational Psychologists

When:             Friday 27th July 2018, 10. 30 am- 4.30 pm

Where:            British Psychological Society offices, London

Save the date in your diary for this years ‘A day in the life of a TEP’ event.

We will have:

Presentations: Based on a piece of individual, group or systemic work
TEP Toolkit: Short presentations of our favourite resources
Discussion groups: Based on topics within educational psychology 

For the third year, the TEP Associate Group of the Division of Educational and Child Psychology are organising an informal conference for TEPs. The aim of the day is to share knowledge, discuss key topics within our profession and meet Trainees from a range of universities.

Booking for the event will be available within the next few months but make sure to save the date in your diary!

If you are interested in presenting a piece of work (around 30 minutes in length), have a resource that you would like to talk about (5-10 minutes) or would like to propose a topic for the discussion groups, we would love to hear from you.

To book a place click here.

Contact details: Sarah Chestnutt, Year 3 DECP TEP Representative 

Email: [email protected]

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