MA in Health Research (Organisational Health and Well Being) Lancaster University (2016)
PG Certificate in Psychological Research Methods, Open University (2008)
PGCE (Post Compulsory Education), University of Greenwich (2003
MSc in Occupational Psychology, Cardiff University (2000)
BSc (Hons) in Applied Psychology, University of Ulster at Jordanstown (1996)
Certificate of Competency in Level A (Ability) testing as recognised by BPS
Certificate of Competency in Level B (Personality) assessment as recognised by BPS
Susan Williamson is Course Leader for the on-campus and online MSc in Business Psychology courses at the University of South Wales and with our UNICAF partnership. She also delivers specialist Business Psychology Masterclasses both internal and external to the university, specialising in areas related to Organisational Health and Well Being, and employee development. Susan joined the university in 2006 following a career of extensive teaching and research experience in both Further and Higher Education contexts. She has provided a range of research and consultancy services to the local community and organisations in South Wales around Resilience Development, the application of Positive Psychology practices in working environments and employee learning and development.
Course Leader for the MSc Business Psychology.
Module leader for Psychological Theory and Applications in the Workplace; Effective Communication within Organisations; Managing Organisational Culture and Change; Health Psychology and the MSc Business Psychology Dissertation.
Internal University Report Publication: WILLIAMSON, S 2010 Preparing Students Psychologically for Employment: the relationship between Self efficacy and perceived employability.
Internal University Report Publication: MORRIS, L., JONES, E. and WILLIAMSON, S. 2008 Experiences and Expectations of learning and teaching within the academic and practice environment
SMITH, A.P., BRICE, C., LEACH, A., TILEY, M & WILLIAMSON, S. 2004 Effects of Upper respiratory tract illnesses in a working population. Ergonomics, 47, 363-369.
Member of the Association of Business Psychologists (ABP)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Founding member of the Centre of Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP)
Graduate member of British Psychological Society (BPS)
Susan’s current research focuses on two key strands of psychological resilience: promoting psychological resilience in working environments and the impact of learning on psychological resilience.
Postgraduate Research Supervision:
Susan has supervised numerous postgraduate students undertaking quantitative and qualitative research in a number of fields within Business Psychology. This has included students projects in Employee Health and Well Being as well as Effective Communication within Organisations.
Other Research Interests:
Susan also works on collaborative research projects with colleagues and students in areas which focus on Organisational Culture and Change, as well as Employee Identity and Self-Efficacy.
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