The SI Module 4 course, accredited by Ulster University, is the second part of the modular pathway which also offers the opportunity to work towards a Postgraduate Diploma or Masters in Sensory Integration. 20 credits
Learning needs will be established at the outset by setting a learning contract and objectives and discussing the use of mentoring. Learning is facilitated via a range of methods including animated
presentations, interactive learning scenarios, videos and case study
vignettes. The course will cover the principles of treatment, clinical reasoning, outcome measures, and current evidence base. Guidance on how to critique research and the way this is reported in journal articles will be given, with an opportunity for online group discussion. Different learning opportunities will be offered e.g. observing a video from a master clinician, as well as opportunities to discuss students’ own treatment case studies. Reflective practice and how to maximise benefit from the mentoring process will be covered.
The development of life-long learners is an important aspect of the rationale for the module and a student-centred approach is employed whereby students are encouraged to determine their own learning needs and therefore direct module content in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Self directed study forms an important part of the learning strategies. Students will have their own E-Mentor who will support their individual learning needs with online groups offering peer learning support.
SI Modules 1, 2, 3 and 4 are taken directly with Sensory Integration Education and are accredited by Ulster University. Modules 5, 6 and 7 are taken directly with Ulster University. See more.
Assessment information will be made available soon.
Which modules do I need to take to practise sensory integration therapy?
A Sensory Integration Practitioner will have been awarded the Postgraduate Certificate in Sensory Integration by completing and passing SI Modules 1, 2 and 3.
An Advanced Sensory Integration Practitioner must complete and pass SI Modules 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Who should complete this course?
Our accredited SI Modular Pathway courses are designed for degree qualified 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.
You must have completed and passed SI Module 3, prior to starting SI Module 4.
See the full Entry Conditions here.
This is an online course. You cannot download this course. You cannot access it without being connected to Wi-Fi/Broadband.
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This page contains information about the Online SI Module 4 course. See information about the Classroom SI Module 4 course here.