There are a number of great learning opportunities that attract PD points.
Retreat participants will have the opportunity to give peer supervision to each other one-on-one, this is the MAIN aim of the retreat. This means that we will learn and get feedback from each other about how we can improve our professional practice. If the retreat has 10 participants you can expect giving and receiving 1 hour feedback sessions on your professional practice. Similarly, you will be expected to give 1 hour of feedback to each other participant on retreat. This is a great way of getting to know each other and in our experience it creates a great bond between participants. All this will be recorded on the day and you will have an opportunity to upload your Peer PD straight on the APS website or do that later on when you see fit. From experience you will probably exchange yourself a LOT more than this during dinner conversations, trips with colleagues and multiple other opportunities that will arise.
There will be an opportunity for a professional forum during which we can discuss contemporary issues in psychology and how these may affect your practice in future.
We are sure that during the week there will be many more opportunities to collect PD points as you will surely have many more conversations with your peers about your professional practice. Make sure you note them down.