Psychology in Public Service (PiPS)

OBJECTIVES

The aims of the Division of Psychology in Public Service (PiPS) of PsySSA:

In addition to the objectives of PsySSA and the functions of divisions as expressed in Articles 2 and 12.4 respectively of the PsySSA Constitution, the mission of PiPS is to promote the work interests and conditions of psychology professionals in the public service sector. PiPS aims to address this mission in consultation and collaboration with PsySSA, other professional organizations, government departments and other public sector stakeholders.

INCENTIVES for Membership
What do members receive by becoming members?

Members have the opportunity to actively engage in realising the the mission of PiPS to promote the work interests and conditions of psychology professionals in the  public service sector.

FEES
R100 per year

Full Member

R 100 per year

Associate

R100 per year

Affiliate

R100 per year

Registered Counsellor & Psychometrist

R 75 per year

Psychology Intern

R50 per year

Student Member

MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE
Jacques Pretorius
Chair
Barry Viljoen
Vice-Chair
Anne Kramers-Olen
Secretary & Treasurer
Sharon Kleintjes
Additional Member
Vanessa Stratford
Additional Member
NEWS AND UPDATES  FROM THE DIVISION

PiPS Constitution 

In addition to the objectives of PsySSA and the functions of divisions as expressed in Articles 2 and 12.4 respectively of the PsySSA Constitution, the mission of PiPS is to promote the work interests and conditions of psychology professionals in the public service sector.

PiPS Constitution
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