What is the Psychodiagnostics registration (BAPD)?
The Basisaantekening Psychodiagnostiek (BAPD) is a certificate from the Dutch Instute for Psychologists (NIP) to certify that holders of a Master's degree in Psychology posess sufficient knowledge and skills in psychodiagnostics when they enter the labour market.
The goal of the BAPD according to NIP is to stimulate that "first-phase" psychologists, who are going to use psychodiagnostic methods and decision procedures in their profession, have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills that form the basis for succesful further "learning" / bekwamen in psychodiagnostics.
The minimum criteria for the BAPD are:
- have 200 hours working experience in psychodiagnostics
- have received 20 hours of supervision by an acknowledged supervisor BAPD
- have written 3 case reports
- have met the specific theoretical requirements. (1. basic course in psychodiagnostics and 2. psychometrics and decision making?)
A pass for the bachelor module PSY3109 Psychodiagnostiek is in itself not sufficient for the BAPD.
What is the GZ-option? (GZ aantekening)
This information is not yet available.
Form: Title page for case reports of 10 July 2017 (v.1)
|Contacts for BAPD NIP/GZ 2017-2018|
|Several UM supervisors have been certified to judge the three-cases-report and determine whether it meets the NIP requirements. Please consult Sven Stapert or Ieke Winkens for BAPD supervision before the start of your internship.|
|BAPD/NIP + GZ||Ieke Winkens|
|BAPD/NIP + GZ||Sven Stapert|
Hours: uneven weeks on Thursday 11.00-15.00h