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Course provides training in 3 domains: academic, research and clinical.
An undergraduate degree in psychology enabling students to be eligible for graduate basis for registration with the British psychological society; it is also expected that they have relevant experience in either the clinical field or in a relevant research area prior to applying to the programme.
Year 1: adult mental health; older adult psychology; health psychology; neuropsychology; year 2 teaching includes: child and adolescent mental health; learning disabilities; year 3 consists of academic sessions on a range of topics at a more specialist and advanced level. Trainees' interests are incorporated in the syllabus.
The Welsh Assembly Government funds the programme and pays trainees� fees but, due to funding regulations and restrictions, self-funded trainees or trainees who would normally be charged overseas fees cannot be accepted onto the programme; trainees who are accepted onto the programme become salaried employees of the Conwy and Denbighshire NHS Trust.
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