EAAP certification is meant as professional peer recognition for psychologists and aviation operators who actively deal with human factors applications in their day-to-day work. It requires relevant proof of qualification, education and activities in aviation psychology and/or human factors. However it is not equivalent to any academic degree or postgraduate specialisation (e.g. psychotherapist). You may apply for any of the three accreditation categories:
- Aviation Psychologists: for Full Members of EAAP
- Human Factors Specialists: for Associate Members of EAAP
- Junior Aviation Psychologists: for newly graduated psychologists (Student members of EAAP)
The EAAP board reviews all submitted application documents and evidence and decides on individual certification.
You have to be an EAAP member in order to be able to apply for accreditation.
Please make sure you have the following application documents ready in English language in order to apply for accreditation:
- Updated CV
- Course Certificates
- Other Evidence (e.g. letter of recommendation)
Please also have your EAAP username and password (Password forgotten?) ready before you click on the link below: