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The Employment of Trainee Educational Psychologists in Years 2 and 3 of their training


The AEP are aware of the great - and increasing - financial difficulties currently being faced by many Trainee Educational Psychologists currently undertaking their initial training in England.

We are committed to the wellbeing of all trainees, and want to ensure the fair remuneration of all in training, as well as ensuring there are no barriers to equal access to the profession. As part of our commitment to this, the AEP recently sent a letter to all Principal Educational Psychologists in England, on behalf of the National Executive Committee. The letter was sent to senior officers in NAPEP last Friday and it was requested this was circulated, as well as to all Programme Directors for initial training courses in England.

The letter reminds PEPs of the findings of the Soulbury Report 2019, and the many benefits to ensuring employment of trainees.

You can read the full letter & the Soulbury Report 2019 by clicking on the links below:


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