Was the last sensory integration training you undertook our classroom-taught SI Module 2/3? Have you considered resuming your sensory integration training and achieving Advanced Practitioner status? Then take advantage of this final opportunity to proceed straight to SI Module 4: Intervention and Advanced Topics.
We created this bespoke module to allow therapists who achieved SI Practitioner certification through the classroom SI 2/3 modules, to move up to Advanced SI Practitioner status without needing to take the Intervention and Advanced Practice modules separately. This module builds on the clinician’s understanding of the neuroscience, assessment and basic principles of intervention completed in SI Module 1 and SI Module 2/3 to be able to design, implement, record and evaluate sensory integration interventions which are individualised for each client.
However, as this is a bespoke module run for a specific and small number of students, we are no longer running the course past this final cohort starting on 22 March 2021. The deadline for booking onto the bespoke module is 22 February 2021.
SI Module 4: Intervention and Advanced Topics, like our entire SI practitioner training pathway, is accredited by Sheffield Hallam University and this module will give you 30 academic credits, which are globally recognised and highly transferable. Sheffield Hallam University is one of the country’s largest allied health professions education providers; UK University of the Year for Teaching Quality 2020; and in the top 5 modern universities for research that is rated internationally excellent or world leading.
The taught element of the course is delivered online and incorporates videos, vignettes and interactive challenges, facilitated by support from an Advanced SI Practitioner eMentor and an online peer group forum. Three hours of clinical mentorship from an advanced SI practitioner is a requirement of this module to support and facilitate students' reflections and critical evaluations of practice. 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. We also have flexible arrangements, regarding access to clinical hours in regard to Covid-19 restrictions.
If you want more information about training in SI online, this article is helpful. This is what one, initially sceptical, student fed back to us about our online SI Modules: “I was really concerned about doing online learning having done [previous modules] in the classroom. I have really enjoyed the learning method and it is working so well I would recommend it. I also love that you can access the taught information for a year so have the flexibility to back over things whilst cementing new learning into practice.”
If you would like to take this opportunity to proceed to Advanced SI Practitioner Status, you can find out more about this final bespoke module here.
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