If you have begun your training with us, we have an amazing opportunity for you to complete your qualifications up to PGCert and SI Practitioner status or PGDip and Advanced Practitioner status and save up to £400.
We offer clinicians an accessible pathway to university-accredited qualifications in and the ability to practise Ayres’ Sensory Integration® (ASI) theory and therapy. Our MSc pathway in Sensory Integration was the first university-accredited postgraduate SI programme in the world and offers you the gold standard in training to practise sensory integration. Occupational Therapists; Physiotherapists; and Speech and Language Therapists are eligible to train as a Sensory Integration Practitioner or Advanced Practitioner on our PGCert, PGDip and MSc in SI course, accredited by Sheffield Hallam University.
The SIE SI practitioner training pathway provides a comprehensive programme of clinical learning leading to qualifications that are internationally recognised and easily transferable. It has been carefully mapped to the current UK Allied Health Profession professional bodies and government policies and frameworks around advanced practice, and offers a route to clinical qualification at SI Practitioner and Advanced SI Practitioner level. This is alongside the academic awards of PG Certificate, PG Diploma and Master’s Degree.
For therapists who have already started their pathway to SI practitionership, we have this exclusive special offer if you book your courses between 13 January and midnight GMT on 31 March 2021:
Find out more about our SI practitioner pathway and qualifications here
. Find out more about transforming your career by becoming an Advanced Practitioner here.
How to take advantage of this offer:
Just book your place on the next module/modules and we will adjust your invoice.
Offer is valid for bookings made between 13th January and 31 March 2021 only and cannot be backdated. ** If you have taken the classroom SI Module 2/3 you must take online modules 3 and 4 for £1798 (saving you £400) to upgrade your PGCert to a PGDip and Advanced Practitioner status.