Date(s) - 01/02/2019 - 02/02/2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
St Paul's Church Hall
Transactional Analysis (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 people’s ability to be responsible thinkers for themselves and make their own decisions.
This 12-hour training carries accreditation with the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) as well as 12 CCE units from the ICF. Wherever in the world you attend a 101, you will cover the same TA concepts. Only internationally accredited Transactional Analysts can run a 101 and this ensures the maintenance of high standards and the delivery of accurate, consistent and current information about TA.
The course is highly experiential with many opportunities for participants to bring their own contexts and experience and try out working with the concepts in small groups. Completion of the course carries an ITAA certificate and entitles you to apply for membership of the ITAA and SATAA.
For more information, contact Karen on any of the details below.
Name of Trainer: Karen Pratt TSTA (Education)
Phone number: +27 (0) 82 450 8331
Cost: R 3,300.00 per person (includes a comprehensive TA101 manual)
SATAA members receive 25% discount.
Karen Pratt has been studying and using TA since 2001. She is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (TSTA) and is the only TSTA in Africa holding an Educational specialisation in TA. She is currently Chair of the South African Transactional Analysis Association (SATAA) and chairs the Membership Committee of the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA) Karen also holds a PCC credential from the ICF, and is a member of the training staff of Coaching Development and The Center for Appreciative Inquiry. She is an Appreciative Inquiry facilitator, coach and trainer.
She runs TA training programmes in the Western Cape, KZN and Gauteng, from the introductory TA 101 up to qualification level as a Certified Transactional Analysis (CTA), and Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst. She regularly examines TA candidates internationally, and is one of the markers of the written case study for the CTA exam. She works internationally with trainees preparing for their educational CTA.