From 1 Jan 2015 members on the Register of Qualifications in Test Use (RQTU) will be able to access the BPS Esubscription for free. The benefits of British Psychological Society (BPS) e-subscription, has been introduced for people with an interest in psychology. The new benefits of the BPS Esubscription for members of the RQTU are:
FREE electronic access to The Psychologist, the monthly publication of the British Psychological Society
FREE access to the BPS members benefits package – a range of work and lifestyle benefits
Eligibility to join the Divisions, Sections and Special Groups of the BPS – these are knowledge centres, keeping members up to date with the latest developments and research in psychology.
The opportunity to upgrade to Affiliate Membership of BPS for a discounted rate – in addition to the benefits above. BPS Affiliate Members also receive discounts on BPS workshops, conferences and events, plus even more exclusive online content.
For more information about BPS Esubscription, please visit the Psychological Testing Centre website www.psychtesting.org.uk
The Register of Qualifications in Test Use (RQTU)
The RQTUis the official record of all test users who have been awarded qualifications in educational, occupational or forensic context test use by the British Psychological Society. Members of the RQTU also agree to abide by the Code of Good Practice in Psychological Testing and to maintain their competence.
For more details about the BPS qualifications in test use, please visit the Training and Research section.
Dominic McCanny is a registered member of the RQTU and a Chartered Occupational Psychologist. For his registration details click here.
The Register of Qualifications in Test Use (RQTU) is the official record of all test users who have been awarded qualifications in educational or occupational test use by the British Psychological Society who have also agreed to abide by the Code of Good Practice in Psychological Testing and to maintain their competence. Every 6 years entrants on the RQTU are required to affirm they have maintained their competence and they may be required to submit evidence to support this affirmation. See An Introduction to the Register of the BPS’ Qualifications in Test Use for more information.