SIOPSA Pretoria and Johannesburg Regional Branches have collaborated to invite you to this opportunity to LEARN and NETWORK with fellow emerging professionals at our next exciting event:
ETHICS WORKSHOP – BOARD EXAM PREPARATION SPECIFICALLY FROM THE IO-PSYCHOLOGIST PERSPECTIVE
Date: 26 and 27 September 2018
Venue: Cricket Auditorium, 268 West Street, Momentum, Centurion (right next to the Centurion Gautrain Station)
STRIKING GOLD WITH YOUR BOARD EXAMINATION: A COLLABORATIVE TRAINING EFFORT BETWEEN SIOPSA BRANCHES IN GAUTENG.
We would like to invite all intern IO-Psychologists, that are registered for the Board Exams, to come and attend a preparation workshop with the intent of exploring one’s ethical conscience and uniting it with the Ethical Best Practices in IO-psychology, as monitored by the Health Professions Council of South Africa and South African Legislation. This is also a workshop designed to better equip current IO-Psychology Interns with the knowledge and background to ethical scope and application of practice.
The following topics will be covered during the sessions:
Advice from those who have written the exam before
Learn more about your facilitators:
Louise Coetzee is an Industrial Psychologist who focused on further understanding the discourses governing one’s expression of values across cultures. She has functioned as the PTA SIOPSA Foundation lead, lecturer in IO-psychology and HR-practices and consults in Assessment, Development and Psycho-legal practice. During the workshop she will focus on translating theoretical ethical principles into practice through providing a rigorous exploration around one’s ethical foundations and experiences gained during the IO-internship, to ensure confidence is instilled when addressing ethical conundrums.
Alice Slabbert is an Industrial Psychologist who has explored the reported system which governs expatriate experiences through acculturation in South Africa and has extended her passion within the assessment and development field. Alice is the SIOPSA Pretoria Branch’s representative for emerging psychologists and has a vested interest in growing the IO-Psychology fraternity with a strong foundation for the future. Alice has lectured in IO-relevant statistics and is an Assessment and Development Specialist. During the workshop, she will focus on creating a space for creative and courageous thinking – when addressing ethical challenges based on her IO-foundation of knowledge and consulting experiences.
Francois De Wet is a seasoned consulting Industrial Psychologist who is known for his expertise in applying assessment best practice in insightful Talent Management processes. Francois is the Chairperson of the SIOPSA Pretoria Chapter and has also lectured in Strategic Human Resource Management for MCom students. He has a pragmatic approach to problem-solving and enjoys integrating IOP practice into businesses with a bigger-picture approach in mind, whilst applying his ethical stance consistently.
Xander van Lill, an Industrial Psychologist with a devoted mind to expanding the evidence-based practice of the profession, has applied himself in the field through various academic channels producing multiple publications and collaborative presentations. Xander is the newly appointed Chairperson of the SIOPSA Johannesburg Chapter and has allowed his curiosity to guide avenues of research across the IOP hemisphere to better equip himself with statistically sound and solution-based practices. His rigour and validity-based mind-set support Xander’s ethical approach to systemic problem-solving.
*All of the facilitators have presented development courses before and are focussed on building IOP-ethics and further contributing to the ethical courage of IOP-practice.
WHY should you attend?
Relevance to the Emerging Psychologists (IOP Interns):
Relevance to the Supervising IO-Psychologists:
You do not need to be a member of SIOPSA to register for this workshop. Attend as a GUEST, or even better, why don’t you sign up for membership.
We look forward to seeing you soon!