Have you thought how it would feel to qualify as a Sensory Integration Practitioner and introduce an SI approach to your practice? If you have not yet taken your first step along our UK-university-accredited pathway to SI practice, then this email is for you.
In September, our next cohort of students will begin studying our popular Online SI Module 1: Foundations and Neuroscience. This is the first of three modules which, upon successful completion, deliver you a Postgraduate Certificate in Sensory Integration and SI Practitioner status.
Our accredited SI Modular Pathway is designed for graduate occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech & language therapists to develop the skills required to practice Ayres’ Sensory Integration Therapy in the context of their particular professional background.
This is a distance learning course so no need to worry about time off work or booking travel and accommodation. The content is taught using online presentations and lectures, animations, quizzes and practical activities, and some independent study tasks. You will have your own Advanced SI Practitioner e-mentor who will support your individual learning needs, plus an online study group offering peer-learning support. Plus, we give you a whole year to access the course content, meaning you can revisit it to bolster your knowledge before you continue on your pathway to practice. You will have access to our accrediting university’s library resources and student support facilities. You can also access downloadable transcripts of the course for offline study.
We offer interest-free monthly payment plans for your convenience.
Find out more about the PGCert, SI Module 1 and the full SI Modular Pathway here.
So if you would like to experience for yourself the pride and excitement of qualifying as a Sensory Integration Practitioner and add a PGCert qualification to your CV, click here today. Bookings for the September 2020 cohort close on Friday 7 August 2020.
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PS. Here’s what people who have recently completed the course said:
“Really enjoyed it, great support from my tutor. Lectures were interesting and easy to follow. Very easy to access, fantastically done course. Can’t believe I did the whole module from my dining room almost stress free!”
“You will gain incredible indepth neuroscience detail. LOVED it!”
“If you have an interest and passion in ASI [Ayres’ Sensory Integration] then you must complete this course. It is very challenging but will give you a real buzz for ASI and leave you wanting to complete more modules.”
“It is interesting and worthwhile and a great first step of the building block to becoming a sensory integration therapist.”
PPS. You can book module by module or, for greater savings, you can book onto the complete PGCert (3 modules) course.