Here you will find information about applying for funded educational psychology training places, vacancies for second and third year trainees, as well as news and updates for the wider profession.
Department for Education review of Educational Psychology training
In March 2011, the Department for Education (DfE) announced that it would be conducting a review of Educational Psychology entry training. On 10 November 2011, the review report was published. To view the full review report, please click here. The review recommended that contracts should be awarded to the current training providers for a cohort of trainees to begin training in 2012. Contracts have now been awarded and the full recruitment timetable is below.
120 training places are available in total, split across 12 universities. For details about the number of training places available at each individual university and how to apply, please refer to the applicant handbook.
For more details on how to apply, please go to our thinking of becoming an educational psychologist webpages.
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