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Getting started with your NPE Preparation

Getting started with your NPE Preparation


Starting your preparations for the National Psychology Exam (NPE) can be daunting.  We are often asked "Do I need to do all the readings", "How many hours a week do I need to prepare", and "How do I enrol?".

Clare and Jess from Psychology Squared will talk you through these questions and many more. They have been running peer-facilitated groups for over 2 years and have worked with Provisionals from both the 4+2 and 5+1 pathways. In this information session, they will cover:

  • How to get information on the NPE and how to get started
  • AHPRA resources, including their FAQ’s, guidelines, how to enrol, and the curriculum
  • The exam itself, including the number of questions, type of questions and applied knowledge, duration and cost
  • Study tips to prepare for the exam
  • Should you sit the exam at a test centre or at home by online proctoring (OLP)?
  • Self-care strategies and techniques
  • Information on available resources to facilitate your preparation
  • Q&A


About our presenters: Clare Farley and Jessica Kaufman

Clare Farley is a registered psychologist, who brings diverse experience in school settings, occupational rehabilitation, and one-on-one as well as group support for unemployment. She's adept at crisis support, mentoring new team members, and has contributed to document creation for the NPE peer-facilitating team at Psychology Squared since early 2022. Clare's background encompasses management, training, and account executive roles. She specialises in using evidence-based practices to help individuals comprehend their obstacles and motivations.

Jessica Kaufman is a registered psychologist and clinical manager with a background in early childhood intervention, autism, and a strong focus on positive behaviour support. She is dedicated to improving mental health and well-being through collaborative practice.


 Webinar timing: 7:00 – 8:00 pm AEST

Access to the recording of this webinar: A recording of this webinar will be available through the CPD Webinar Library, but for the best experience and the opportunity to ask your questions, join us live. Everyone who registers will be advised via email as soon as the recording is available. Members have unlimited access to the recording, and non-members will have access for 6 months.

Wednesday, 01 May 2024
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm (AEST)
$0 - $30
1 CPD Points