Board Of Psychology Supervision Agreement

Effective October 1, 2017, the California Regulatory Code, Title 16, Sections 1387 and 1387.1, has been amended with respect to the Monitoring Agreement, Verification of Experience, and Primary Oversight Responsibilities. Effective October 1, 2017, California Regulatory Code, Title 16, Sections 1387 and 1387.1 have been amended with respect to the Supervisory Agreement, Verification of Experience, and Primary Supervisory Authority Responsibilities. For more information on the specific changes, please click on the link below to view the Experience Verification Form and the Advisory Opinion on the Regulation of the Supervisory Agreement on the Board`s website. www.psychology.ca.gov/laws_regs/voe.shtml A Work Experience Supervision Agreement (PES) must be an agreement that defines the objectives of the PES and must be concluded and signed before the start of the PES. The SA must meet the requirements of the California Code of Regulations (CCR) Section 1387(b)(10). Failure to enter into and sign the agreement before the start of the experiment results in the rejection of these hours by the board of directors. For persons who intend to be counted for hours in compliance with the conditions of licence and applications for registration of psychological assistants, the AS must be submitted at the same time as the application. Note: Click here for a checklist that helps both the supervisor and supervisor comply with changes to the rules related to form tracking agreement and experience verification. For your convenience, the follow-up and experience verification forms below are provided to help you meet the requirements of CCR Section 1387. *The purpose of the monitoring agreement is to ensure that the supervisor and supervisor understand the laws and regulations relating to the collection of supervised work experience (PSE) and have a plan to comply with them. Below is a link to the Monitoring Agreement and the Board Experience Verification Form. The Management Board shall be entitled to refuse all hours of supervised work experience if a supervisory agreement has not been properly concluded before the accumulation of hours after 1 January 2005. and (1) supervisory agreement between supervisor and supervisor.

Upon the conclusion of the supervised work experience provided for in the supervisory agreement, the primary controller is required to make available to the supervisor both the original signed agreement and the experience verification form in a sealed envelope signed on the seal, for presentation to the board of directors by the supervisor at the same time as the supervisor`s application. If hours of experience were acquired before January 1, 2005 or if the hours were acquired outside of California, please use the Bilateral Experience Verification Form. Note: Click here for a checklist that helps both the supervisor and the supervisor comply with changes to the rules related to the monitoring agreement and experience verification….