Exemption from the SAATA diploma exam

Preamble

The SAATA Diploma was launched in April 2011 and the SAATA Advanced Diploma in September 2014. One of the criteria for writing the Advanced Diploma Examination is that the Diploma has to be completed ( Pg 3 of the SAATA Advanced Diploma Handbook)

SAATA recognizes that there are TA trainees in the SAATA region who have been in TA Training for over 5 years and are preparing for the CTA Examination.   In order to support them in this process, we encourage them to complete the SAATA Advanced Diploma. To make this possible, SAATA is announcing a limited-period exemption that allows a candidate to apply for the SAATA Advanced Diploma Examination without having written the SAATA Diploma Examination.

The exemption is not an entitlement and the number of years in TA training or application does not automatically allow for it.

PERIOD of Exemption: Effective from 01November 2014 to 31 December 2015

CRITERIA FOR APPLICATION 

The candidate has-

  1. been in active training at least from April 2011 to date of application.
  2. completed a minimum of five years of TA Training inclusive of two years of application in their chosen field of specialisation.
  3. been in regular contact with the primary supervisor, who is willing to endorse that candidate has met all the combined requirements of Diploma & Advanced Diploma.
  4. been a SAATA Member of good standing for the past 3 years.

 

PROCEDURE FOR APPLICATION & GRANT OF THE EXEMPTION

  1. The application of the candidate, the endorsement by the primary supervisor and supporting documents are sent as a pdf to the Vice President – Training & Examinations (VP –T&E) and the SAATA Office. The candidate is to retain a copy.
  2. The VP-T&E will appoint a panel of three TA trainers, other than the candidate’s trainer who will arrive at a decision on the exemption.
  3. The VP-T&E will communicate the decision to the candidate, stating clear reasons for accepting or denying the application.
  4. The required fee for the exemption of Rs. 1500/- has to be remitted to the SAATA office, once the exemption has been approved.

 

 

2014 SAATA CONFERENCE
COIMBATORE INDIA

You & I | Where do we meet ?

Proposal Submission | Payment | Registration

This is an existential question: “Who are you? I am you, in another form!” sings the Sufi song, which means we are all part of the whole. You and I are part of the innate divinity in us. Then where is the question of us meeting each other? So when do we meet? How do we meet? What are the barriers in our meeting each other?

Let us explore, analyse and arrive at our own conclusions, choices and options in meeting each other. That will be deliberated in this conference, through keynotes, workshops, papers and discussion panels, using Transactional Analysis framework with its humanistic philosophy and pragmatic models, tools and techniques.

In meeting each other may we arrive at “the serenity to accept the things we cannot change, the courage to change the things we can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”

Who can attend? The conference is open to all aspirants of personal and professional growth and change – therapists, counsellors, educators, consultants, trainers, corporate executives, coaches, parents, students…

MLL:2014

Transactional Analysis offers us both a theory and a methodology, which are underpinned by a sound philosophy.

Through the decades there have been many changes within the Transactional Analysis community, one of them being the shift away from techniques and solution focused work towards working with the unconscious theories and practice.

In this MLL we will examine and explore the following:

• Definitions and understanding about the terms “tools and techniques” • An overview of approaches in Transactional Analysis-past and present • The changes and shifts through the decades within Transactional Analysis • The thinking behind some of these changes • What happened to the techniques from the 80’s? Have we thrown the baby out with the

bathwater? • How can we reincorporate some of the old techniques and methods into contemporary
thinking and practice?

It’s not what we do but how we think about what we do, and what our intentions are behind our actions.

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Faculty

  • Elana Leigh, TSTA(P)
  • Saru P K, TSTA(P)
  • S Sashi Chandran, TSTA(E)
  • Suriyaprakash C, TSTA(O)
  • Susan George, TSTA(P)
  • Alexandra Piotrowska, PTSTA(P)
  • Anna Chandy, PTSTA(C)
  • Chitra Ravi, PTSTA(P)
  • Geethan A, PTSTA(P)
  • John Savage, PTSTA(P)
  • Marina Rajan Joseph, PTSTA(E)
  • Mohanraj I A, PTSTA(O)
  • Ragini Rao, PTSTA(P)
  • Sebastian K A, PTSTA(O)

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