Intensive Interaction Institute - Good Practice Course

Becoming a good practitioner of Intensive Interaction techniques

A six month mentored course (with 3 tutored study days) to develop good Intensive Interaction practices using a combination of tutoring methods, including: video evaluation, expert presentations, facilitated discussions and other structured learning activities.

Target Group

This course will be of interest to staff of all disciplines who work with adults and children with learning difficulties, including social services staff, teachers and assistants, nurses, staff from voluntary organisations, therapists and indeed parents and other carers.

Course Aims

All of the course processes and materials are designed to fulfil the following simple aims, so that by the end of the course, the trainee:

    will be able to fully understand the principles of Intensive Interaction
    will be a good practitioner in the techniques of doing Intensive Interaction
    will be able to usefully reflect on their own and others’ Intensive Interaction practices
    will be able to effectively recognise and record progress with Intensive Interaction.

Course Programme includes

    access to experienced and qualified Intensive Interaction tutors throughout the 6 months duration of the course
    all necessary teaching materials
    refreshments and lunch during the 3 tutored course study days

Course Assessment

Continuous assessment by experienced course tutors

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