- Date: 08/10/2019
- Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Book here via Quicket (If available)
Join international TA trainer Trudi Newton for 1, 2 or all 3 of her workshops in Cape Town this October:
1) Into the Woods – This 2 day interactive workshop explores the TA model of script through the vehicle of Sondheim’s Musical. This will offer a space to reflect on the ongoing power of folktales and the ongoing making of new meaning. This workshop is open to teenagers and young adults as well.
Date: Sunday 6th & Monday 7th October 2019
Time: 9am to 6pm
Cost: R2 800.00 + 15% VAT (R3 220.00)
2) Group Supervision – Spend time in a reflective space joining Trudi for a day of supervision through the lens of TA.
Date: Tuesday 8th October 2019
Time: 9am to 4pm
Cost: R1 300.00 + 15% VAT (R1495.00)
3) Supervision from Both Sides – As coaches and supervisors, join Trudi and explore what happens from both sides of the supervision encounter within the power of the relationship.
Date: Friday 11th October 2019
Time: 9am to 5pm
Cost: R1 500.00 + 15% VAT ( R1 725.00)
10% discount for SATAA and COMENSA members!
Book for all 3 workshops and receive a 15% overall discount!
Contact Karen Pratt to secure your spot by clicking the ticket link above or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Trudi Newton Biography
Trudi is an educational TSTA, working worldwide to facilitate radical approaches to learning, community development and coach supervision. She has co-authored several books for educators including TACTICS which looks in detail at the process of learning and teaching, and Educational Transactional Analysis: an international guide to theory and practice. Her most recent book (with Hilary Cochrane), Supervision and Coaching, shows her passion for supervision as a resource and means of co-created learning. As well as writing regularly for the Transactional Analysis Journal, Trudi has guest-edited issues on Education and on TA Training. She has provided training in educational TA in the UK and Russia, and contributes to training programmes in several countries including South Africa. In 2011 she was presented with the Muriel James Living Principles Award by ITAA and in 2017 received the EATA Gold Medal in recognition of her work in developing the educational field of TA.