Are you working towards becoming an accredited Ayres’ Sensory Integration Practitioner? If you’ve already completed the first module (SI Module 1: Foundations and Neuroscience), you’re now eligible to move on to online SI Module 2: Clinical Reasoning in Sensory Integration: Assessment.
There are still some places left for the March cohort but registration ends on 25 February 2019 so you’ll need to hurry if you don’t want to miss out:
(02N04) Online SI Module 2 Clinical Reasoning in Sensory Integration: Assessment: 25 March 2019
SI Module 2 focuses on giving you the tools and knowledge to assess using the Ayres’ Sensory Integration framework. You will explore the patterns of sensory integration dysfunction, sensory integration models and the principles and practice of assessment. You will develop clinical reasoning skills and the ability to synthesise assessment information as relevant to sensory integration. By the end of the module, you will be able to plan an intervention from synthesising case history and assessment data.
Remember that every module of our practitioner pathway, leading right up to an MSc Degree in SI, is accredited by the internationally-renowned Ulster University. Every CPD-certified module carries transferable, real academic credits and the qualifications are recognised internationally. As a member of ICE-ASI, the Sensory Integration Education SI Modules already exceed the forthcoming international standards for SI practitioners. Enrol today.
Wondering how this module fits into your pathway to practice as an accredited SI Practitioner? See our ebrochure on Sensory Integration Practitioner Training that explains it all.
Sensory Integration Education Team
PS. Remember that Gold and Silver Members receive a 25% discount on course prices. Plus, if you or your employer prefer to buy a bundle of modules, there’s a further 10% discount on top of that.
PPS. Here’s what previous students have said about this course:
Anna Koppenhout, Therapist: “I found the online teaching excellent with the high standard of visuals and case examples and useful video material.... The price made it more accessible without the costs of travel and accommodation or missing too much time from work as I am self-employed.”
Vanessa Taylor, Therapist: “I would highly recommend it. I would specifically recommend that you be as active as possible, do all the recommended tasks, post these on the forum, review others comments and try to engage in discussions with others as it really adds to your reasoning ability.”
SI Module 2 Student, Therapist: “You will be closely supported and encouraged whenever you ask for help, you my feel - as I do - that your approach to assessment, your view on ASI as forming a holistic approach and your ability to communicate with clients has been revolutionised. It’s demanding but transformative to complete this module… The standard of presentation materials was excellent.”