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Summer School: development for facilitators and trainers

Each year TA Works offers a Summer School with a professional application.

In 2017 the focus is on self-experience, with 2 separate yet interlocking events:

(1) 'Revealing your script through working with horses' with Anette Dielmann TSTA O from Germany on July 2/3

(2) 'Autonomy Masterclass' with Claudia Fountain TSTA O from Germany, who will introduce ideas from another frame of reference termed 'Ego Development' on 8/9 July

and in between is a professional workshop on...

(3) SUPERVISION with Trudi Newton and Rosemary Napper – following on from their TAJ on supervision issues – with further ideas, models, support, clarity and creative ways of working (which have been known to inspire excitement in jaded TSTA boards!). It takes place from 4-7 July and costs £600 — expect 9am-7pm days plus socialising in Oxford and, if the weather holds, punting!

The 2018 Summer School will be held on 23-28 June in order to provide an opportunity for travellers to then go on to the EATA Exams and Conference the following week. The theme for the six days is “I, You, We — Interculturally” which will not only provide a TA lens on how ‘global’ has become a negative phrase, but also, importantly, will present a variety of ideas about the psychological impact of living, travelling, working, and even being examined, in and across cultures; picking up, not only on TA theories, but also on a range of recent writings from intercultural studies.
This is limited to 12 places and a must for anyone working with people from other cultures, married / partnered across different heritages, or grew up in another culture or with several languages, or who lives in a country other than their origins. These ideas can inform strategies for inclusion, and support parents, leaders and travellers.

For more information, contact Rosemary.Napper@TAmatters.com and quote this site.