MSc Professional Development (DTA)
Are you a coach, consultant, educator, facilitator, trainer, mediator or in a similar role?
Lynda Tongue (TSTA-org) is proud to be offering the MSc Professional Development (Developmental Transactional Analysis). This programme is offered by the International Centre for Developmental Transactional Analysis (ICDTA), and is accredited through Middlesex University. Attendance at workshops and submission of portfolios and accumulation of hours of application and supervision are required elements of the programme.
Also suitable for those already at Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA) status who want recognition of prior learning to add an MSc.
And for those with CTA in any field who wish to add CTA (Organisational) alongside getting an MSc – and without repeating the full CTA training.
The workshop modules are three days in duration, run every other month and the venue is Torquay, Devon. Workshops are a mixture of theory input, practical application through exercises and discussion, and group supervision. Participants are expected to be applying what they learn within their professional roles as developers of others, and to obtain regular supervision of this work.
Those who specialise can add their specialisation to the title of their award – for example, MSc Professional Development (Developmental Transactional Analysis Coaching), (or DTA Teaching, Facilitating etc).
The Coaching option fulfils most of the requirements for the EMCC EIA (European Mentoring & Coaching Council European Individual Accreditation) at Master Practitioner Level. Practitioner Level accompanies the post graduate certificate that can be obtained by those not seeking the full MSc.
The Manager option can lead to Chartered Manager status at the Chartered Management Institute for those with at least 3 years managerial experience. There is also an option for ILM (Institute of Management and Leadership) recognition.
All hours of training, supervision and professional application that count towards the MSc will also meet the requirements for the Certified Transactional Analyst (CTA) standard, which is an optional extra. Students who have already acquired hours of training, supervision and professional application may be given credits for these, subject to relevance and recency.
The programme is run as a multi-level experience so can be attended whether you have a little or a lot of prior TA exposure. Students can opt for Post Graduate Certificate, Post Graduate Diploma, or the full MSc.
Costs are in the region of £1,500 university registration (once only), £1,000 per year for assessments at certificate, diploma and masters levels over a 3 year period, and approximately £2,000 per year to cover training and supervision costs, again over a 3 year period. Instalment payment plans are available. Fees may be subject to vat.
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