The purpose of this internship program is to allow interns to convert previously acquired theoretical knowledge into activities related to professional practice, and to apply newly acquired practical knowledge and skills, under the supervision of a senior industrial psychologist.
Interns need to be able to demonstrate an applied post-master’s degree competence and proficiency in the domain of industrial psychology.
Such competencies are tangible and observable human behavior-related diagnosis, design, intervention and assessment that are applied at the individual, group and organisational levels.
Interns will be responsible for identifying opportunities within the different business units to gain exposure and the necessary experience under the different domains of the approved academic program.
These domains include organisational psychology, human resources (personnel) psychology, career psychology and employee wellness/wellbeing, testing and assessment, an elective and ethics.
In addition to the program exposure interns will also be responsible for business unit specific tasks and functions, where project needs arise.
- Master’s degree in Industrial Psychology
- Completed at least the course work component
Additional information: HPCSA Accredited program
Closing Date: 26 August 2016