Below is a chart of the webinars for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 academic years, showing the monthly theme and the dates. Note that each of the 4 x 3-hour webinars will cover different aspects of the same monthly theme.
|Session Title||Contents||Month||2022-2023 Dates||2023-2024 Dates|
|Core Themes||Overview of all concepts, how they link, history and development of TA, TA principles, TA schools||September||9,10,23,24||8, 9, 22, 23|
|Professional Intervention||Contracting, boundaries, groundrules, ethics & professional practices, professional identity||October||7, 8, 21, 22||6, 7, 20, 21|
|Individual Development||Structural analysis, script matrix, life positions, cycles of development, discounting, racket system, autonomy||November||11, 12, 25, 26||10, 11, 24, 25|
|Interactions & Relationships||Functional analysis, ego state diagnosis, transactional analysis proper, strokes, time structuring, games, rackets, symbiosis||December||9, 10, 23, 24||8, 9, 22, 23|
|Group Processes||Group imagoes, leadership & Followership, time structuring, games, stroking patterns, group and family dynamics||January||6, 7, 20, 21||12, 13, 26, 27|
|Organisations & Institutions||TA organisational diagrams and models, systemic TA approaches, games, stroking, ego state patterns in organisations||February||10, 11, 24, 25||9, 10, 23, 24|
|Process Skills||Analysis of self, others, groups and organisations, transference and countertransference, projection, models and processes of supervision, parallel process||March||10, 11, 24, 25||8, 9, 22, 23|
|Practitioner Skills||TA and non-TA approaches to address individual, group and organisational change requirements, with a focus on skills relating to your own practice of TA.||April||7, 8, 21, 22||12, 13, 26, 27|
|Contextual Considerations||Diagnosing, selecting, combining, planning and implementing a range of TA and non-TA concepts, taking account of context and cultures||May||12, 13, 26, 27||10, 11, 24, 25|
|Research||Research methods, qualitative and quantitative research, process and outcome research, critical reviews, research within TA and comparable research elsewhere, establishing and conducting research studies||June||9, 10, 23, 24||7, 8, 21, 22|
Fridays 1500-1800 GMT Saturdays 1200-1500 GMT
You will see that the topics are the same for each year. This allows you to start the programme at any time. Also, TA training works on the basis that each time you cover any TA concept, your learning is influenced by your experiences since you first encountered that topic. So you pick up an idea on an introductory course, or read a book, then you apply the idea in real life – preferably to yourself – and you learn more, you discuss it with others, then apply it in real life with others, including clients, and learn more, then you continue this process until you reach increasingly high standards of competence.
Attending two years of this programme provides the training needed to reach ICTAQ Advanced Practitioner/Advanced Manager level, and halfway to CTA (subject of course to enough professional practice and supervision).
Note also that we do not issue detailed agendas of what will be taught as we encourage our participants to indicate what they would most like covered – and we tend to update often with new material. We guarantee that the content will be relevant for the monthly topic
Feel free to email us with questions about arrangements or the associated optional qualifications at: [email protected].
If you are not yet sure about what you want to do, why not use our FREE webianr option – just email Julie Hay, or go ahead and book a free session to talk to Julie about qualification options; Julie does not charge to talk about TA Qualifications.
Please note: When you are attending one of our webinars, we provide a link that can be accessed on the Internet. We use Zoom so the first time you use it you will need a few minutes to set this up on your own computer. This is usually a straightforward process and requires no technical ability. However, if you encounter problems with accessing the Internet, or with using your microphone and/or camera, you will need to arrange your own technical support. We do not provide any technical support because if we did so we would need to increase the fees we charge you.
Webinar Fees (including workbooks): £60 per webinar; £100, £150, £190 for 2, 3 or 4 webinars in same month. We give discounts to those who need them in economically-disadvantaged areas of the world: please use the appropriate checkbox under ‘Discounts & Payments’ in the web form below.
Please note that payment will still be due for cancellations made with less than 24 hours notice.