Classroom SI Module 1: Foundations and Neuroscience

Summary:
The aim of this module is to enable you to understand the current neuroscience, and the relevant and emergent theories, concepts, and practices, related to Ayres’ Sensory Integration. You will be able to relate sensory processing to the underlying neurology and evidence base of sensory integration.
    Participants: Occupational Therapists, Speech & Language Therapists and Physiotherapists. Professionals from other backgrounds can apply for SI Module 1 only. All applicants must have gained an Honours or non-Honours degree from a University.
    Length:

    5 days. The course will run from 9am to 5pm each day. Registration on Monday will commence at 8.45am. The course will finish at 4.30pm on the Friday.

    Hours: Classroom Content and access with Lecturers - 5 days plus 10 weeks independent study. 

    Fee:Gold or Silver Member Fee: £1,175 (Instalment plan option)
    A light lunch is included. Please let us know if you have a food allergy.
    Accommodation is not included.
    Lecturers:

    Members of our experienced SI Module 1 lecturer team.

    Directors: Dr Sylvia Taylor-Goh, Director of Postgraduate Education, SIE and Dr Greg Kelly, Ulster University

    SI Module 1 online or classroom course?

      Online SI Module 1 Course Classroom SI Module 1 Course
    Time commitment30 hours online content plus E-mentor support 
    30 credits
    Classroom lecturers, lecturer support / homework - 5 days plus 10 weeks Independent study (including reading, revision, peer group interaction, assessments) 
    30 credits
    How do you access the content?Series of e-learning units which address the module learning outcomes. Learning is facilitated via a range of methods including animated presentations with voiceover, interactive learning scenarios, videos, case study vignettes, transcripts, mini quizzes, downloadable resources and course manual.Traditional classroom lectures and group activities. Course manual is available to download. Classroom students do not have access to the e-learning content.

    Length of course16 weeks in total.
    Course content is accessible 24 hours a day. There is no requirement to be online at any particular time and you can revisit sections as many times as you wish.
    10 weeks in total.
    5 - day classroom course plus additional 9 weeks independent study. 

    Learning supportAllocated E-mentor will provide individualised learning support through online forum. 
    Plus access to peer support through the online Coffee Shop forum.
    Lecturers are available to answer questions on the 5 - day classroom course.
    Plus access to peer support through the Coffee Shop forum which is moderated by an E-mentor for the 9 weeks following the classroom attendance.
    Class size: up to 66 students.
    Assessments (same online assessment for both online and classroom students)Assessment 1 opens on week 8.
    Assessments 2 and 3 open on week 10.
    Assessments close on week 16.
    The assessment is taken online through Ulster University Blackboard Learn system.
    Assessment 1 opens on Week 2.
    Assessments 2 and 3 open on week 3.
    Assessments close on week 10.
    The assessment is taken online through Ulster University Blackboard Learn system.

     Fee £899 (member price)  £1,175 (member price)
     Additional costs None Travel to Birmingham, UK. Accommodation costs.
    Included in Bundle Offers Yes No
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