This program is the official introduction to Transactional Analysis (TA) program, known as the TA 101.
TA is a theory of human development, personality, and communication. It has concepts that can be learned and applied as tools for personal and professional growth and change. The underlying philosophy is one of mutual self-respect and caring and a belief in peoples’ ability to be responsible, think for themselves and make their own decisions.
Wherever in the world you attend a TA 101, you will learn the same range of TA concepts and discover some of the background and development of TA. Only internationally accredited Transactional Analysts can run a 101. This ensures that high standards are maintained to ensure that the learning experience incorporates accurate and consistent information about TA.
This course will carry accreditation with the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) and the European Association of Transactional Analysis (EATA). It is a dynamic, practical and insight-full introduction to applied psychology for coaches.
By the end of the TA 101 participants will be able to:
Karen Pratt PCC, TSTA (E), has worked with Coaching Development in South Africa for several years and ran the first Johannesburg Coaching Essentials training early in 2011.
Karen is Africa's only Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst in Education and is also a certified Coach Supervisor and Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator. She works as a coach, trainer and facilitator across the spectrum of South African people – from home-based health care workers to executives.
Karen has a passion for development and believes that all learning is transformational and impacts the personal, family, community and social levels.
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Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th
9.00 start to 17.00 finish
£325 + VAT
59 Compton Road Islington London
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