Membership

Who can join USCMA?

  • Alumni membership: Alumni of the University of Sydney’s Coaching Psychology Unit (CPU)
  • Associate membership: Current students and past staff of the University of Sydney’s Coaching Psychology Unit (CPU)
  • Affiliate membership: Current students and graduates of coaching degrees awarded by the following:
      - University of Wollongong Sydney Business School
      - The Institute of Coaching and Consulting Psychology (ICCP)
      - Deakin University
      - Swinburne University of Technology
      - University of East London

Membership is restricted to eligible individuals and is free.

How to join USCMA

There are just two steps required to join USCMA. It’s important that you use the same email address in both steps.

STEP 1. Register your details to join the USCMA Membership Database. Details of future USCMA events will be emailed to all registered members. The USCMA Privacy Policy may be viewed here.

STEP 2. Join the USCMA Linkedin group. LinkedIn requires the creation of a profile that must use the same email address as that provided in step 1. The USCMA Linkedin group will operate as an open forum for members from May 1st 2016.

Benefits of membership

USCMA is a vibrant community of coaches providing a range of events throughout the year including:

  • ‘Coaches in the Pub’: a regular networking event with talks by members on hot topics for coaches
  • Professional development workshops to hone skills and knowledge
  • Exclusive discounts on selected coaching, psychology and human resources-related workshops and training programs including:
    - Positivity Institute MTQ48 Licenced User Training
    - Hogan Assessment Accreditation
    - The Leadership Circle
    - Gallup Strengths Finder Accreditation
    - Realise 2 Strengths Profile Accreditation
  • Notification of upcoming coaching conferences

Keep in touch/Update your details with the University

Graduates of the Coaching Psychology Unit are encouraged to stay in touch with the University and to update USCMA on your contact details and career achievements. We are always pleased to hear of new appointments, awards and significant partnerships and projects.

With your up-to-date details, the University can keep you in touch with special alumni social events, professional development seminars, and other opportunities to maintain valuable connections with the profession, academia and colleagues in related fields. We can also ensure you receive SAM, the University's alumni magazine.

You can register or update your details online to ensure the University has your most current contact details here.

Alumni Programs and Benefits

The University offers a broad array of programs and benefits to connect you to personal and professional networks and keep you updated on our activities. Find out more here.