The fast-track Foundation in Transactional Analysis
Which of the plus points of this programme of learning fits your needs and wants?
You will develop your fluency in using TA concepts to think about situations
You will gain insight into how TA can be used in different roles – in the workplace; in learning; in families; by counselling and psychotherapists; in leadership; in coaching; in specific professions – as a way of thinking about effectiveness in these roles.
If successfully completed you will be able to choose which formal field of TA application you wish to progress to learning (organisational; educational; psychotherapy; councelling) towards qualifications – or for ongoing professional development; or to decide this learning is complete in itself. TAworks provides further learning in all fields.
You will gain a measure of your potential professionally and personally through this programme, including your capacity for emotional literacy.
Details for 2022: Regular modules are from 1330 to 1930 on Fridays, 0900 to 1800 on
Saturdays and 0900 to 1600 on Sundays (UK time). We have found that we can be very creative and inspiring online.
Dates for the 2022 programme: Jan 21/22, Feb 11/12, Mar 11/12, Apr 8/9, May 6/7, June 10/11; intensive July 14-17; Finale Sept 16-18
Details for 2023: TAworks is concerned about global warming caused by travel and also individual’s finances caused by global events and have made an ethical choice to create programmes with a mix of powerful experiential learning in 2 day zoom sessions mixed with two in-person intensives in Oxford, UK
Dates for 2023 are: Feb 24/25, Mar 24/25, Apr 20-23 in person, May 26/27, June 23/24, July 21/22, Sept 22-24 in person, Oct 20-23. There will be a maximum of two online places for those who cannot get to Oxford for in person learning.
The dates for the 2023 programme are the weekends of: Feb 24-26, Mar 24/25, Apr 21-23,
May 26/27, June 23-25, July 21/22, Sept 22/23, Oct 20-22 A weekday programme can also be arranged if there are six or more people who request this.
In the early afternoon there is an invitation to safely reflect on your experience of your different roles between group meetings, plus a focus on our communication in the group, using TA as a framework for illuminating thinking about our experiences, and deciding how we might be and do differently. This is followed with a focus on extending and deepening understanding of specific TA concepts, with practical examples.
The key trainers are Rosemary Napper (TSTA Organisational & Educational; Accredited Counsellor BACP; MA Educational Studies with a TA based dissertation), and Siân Ponting who is a CTA-E who trained in TA Counselling
Additional trainers from all fields will facilitate learning on some Saturdays.
Full details of the Foundation programme are available by downloading this PDF document