SI Module 3: Clinical Reasoning and Practice in Sensory Integration: Intervention
This module allows successful students to provide sensory integration interventions to people in a range of different settings and across the lifespan. Students will be able to negotiate and set appropriate goals, which reflect both the client's priorities and their sensory processing and integration needs.
By the end of Sensory Integration 3, students will be entitled to use the title SI Practitioner, awarded by Sensory Integration Education.
Occupational Therapists, Speech & Language Therapists and Physiotherapists only who have passed SI Module 2.
19 weeks, 24 hour online access. Course content available for 1 year. Support from your personal Module eMentor and Clinical Mentor.
In addition, you will need to pay for three 1-hour Clinical Mentoring sessions if you do not have an appropriate Clinical Mentor in your workplace. We have a register of Advanced SI Practitioner Clinical Mentors who can offer the required mentoring and charge approximately £50 per hour. This is a private arrangement between the mentor and mentee. You can see more information under 'Clinical Experience Requirement' below.
If your clinical hours requirement falls within the period of COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, we have agreed a contingency assessment plan with our accrediting university to ensure you will still meet the learning outcomes of the module and qualify as a SI Practitioner.