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Practitioner of the Year Award The Professional Practice Board invites nominations for this annual award to recognise, promote and reward good practice undertaken by Chartered members of the Society in the preceding 12 months. It is anticipated that this award will be made to a psychologist early in their career.

Award The Award will confer life membership of the Society and a commemorative certificate will be presented to the recipient at an appropriate Society conference. Criteria The Practitioner of the Year Award is open to practitioners who are Chartered Psychologists in any area of professional applied psychology. A nomination will only be accepted for named individual(s) or for a body of work where the contributions of those Chartered Psychologists involved can be clearly shown. Self-nominations and third-party nominations (including colleagues, employers and clients etc.) will be accepted. It is not limited to residents of the UK. The award will not be made to psychologists whose main area of work is within an academic department.

Nominations should be sent to the Chair of the Professional Practice Board at the Society’s office to arrive no later than Friday 1 December 2017.

Full details are available from Carl Bourton at the Society’s Leicester office (e-mail: carl.bourton@bps.org.uk).

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Lifetime Achievement Award The Professional Practice Board invites nominations for this annual award to recognise and celebrate unusually significant and sustained contributions in a career as a Chartered practitioner of applied psychology. It is anticipated that this award will be made to a psychologist near the end of their career. Award The Award will confer life membership of the Society and a commemorative certificate will be presented to the recipient at an appropriate Society Conference. Criteria The Lifetime Achievement Award is open to current or retired Chartered practitioners in any area of professional applied psychology. Nominees need to be Chartered members of the Society and it is expected that award winners will not only have enjoyed outstanding personal success but will also have reinvested in psychology through encouraging and developing others; contributions to the work of the Society would be evidence of this. The award will not be made to a psychologist, whose main area of work is or was within an academic department. It is not limited to residents of the UK.

Nominations should be sent to the Chair of the Professional Practice Board at the Society’s office to arrive no later than Friday 1 December 2017.

Full details are available from Carl Bourton at the Society’s Leicester office (e-mail: carl.bourton@bps.org.uk).

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