UK University of the Year for Teaching Quality 2020* Sheffield Hallam University is Sensory Integration Education’s new higher education validating partner
Sensory Integration Education is delighted to announce that its world-first MSc pathway in Sensory Integration is now validated by Sheffield Hallam University, one of the largest allied health professions education providers in the UK.
Following a rigorous assessment of Sensory Integration Education’s (SIE) courses, teaching, resources, student experience, quality assurance procedures, staff expertise and student support provision, the online PGCert, PGDIp and MSc in Sensory Integration training pathway will be accredited by Sheffield Hallam University (Hallam) from September 2020 onwards.
SIE has a proven twenty-year track record of providing UK university-accredited postgraduate education in sensory integration. The entire MSc pathway is now available via online learning, supplemented by clinical hours experience and supported by an individual eMentor.
Dr Sylvia Taylor-Goh, Director of Education Strategy and Innovation, SIE said:
“This new partnership with Sheffield Hallam University assures the continuous innovation of our postgraduate education programmes for the global community of therapists wishing to qualify as SI Practitioners and Advanced Practitioners and for the myriad of professionals who desire to learn about SI for their continuing professional development. We’re thrilled that our students will have access to the impressive online learning and student support facilities at Hallam, as well as excited ourselves to begin working with their College of Health, Wellbeing and Life Sciences to further develop educational programmes and research in sensory integration.”
Sheffield Hallam University is UK University of the Year for Teaching Quality 2020*; in the top 5 modern universities for research that is rated internationally excellent or world leading**; and is ranked fifth in the country for satisfaction with learning resources***.
Dr Toni Schwarz, Dean of College of Health Wellbeing and Life Sciences at Sheffield Hallam University said:
“We are delighted to be partnering with Sensory Integration Education to develop research, post graduate programmes and to explore other opportunities. The College of Health Wellbeing and Life Sciences as one of the largest providers of Health and Social Care education in the UK has a proven track record in providing high quality online and distance learning provision to both pre-registration students and experienced practitioners . Sensory Integration Education also has an established track record in providing world class training and developing advanced practitioners. We look forward to working with like-minded professionals to further develop educational programmes and research in sensory integration.”
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* The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020
** REF 2014
*** National Student Survey 2018