Practitioner Mentor - Module 3

Support other Practitioners

OVERVIEW

This Module follows the Reflective Practitioner - Module 2 course and will enable you to start mentoring colleagues or family members

This Module of the Intensive Interaction training programme is aimed at practitioners who wish to empower and support others to develop their Intensive Interaction practice

This Module is also a stepping stone for those who may wish to move on to In-Service Trainer - Module 4 in the future

Intensive Interaction Practitioner Mentor

6 - 8 months online - avoiding major holiday periods

includes 4 mentored study full days

Module 3

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Review of Module 2 Case Study

Progress of mentee's ongoing case study

Further development of the dual-aspect process model

Reflection on mentee’s Intensive Interaction practice in relation to the Intensive Interaction ‘video feedback protocol’

Video-evaluations of mentee’s practice following the protocol

Reflective exercises with fellow trainees in developing mentoring skills

How to apply

Eligibility

You will need to attend a Reflective Practitioner course in order to be eligible to enrol on the Intensive Interaction Practitioner Mentor Module.

Enrolment on this Module is open to those who have been assessed as successfuly completing the Reflective Practitioner Module within 2 years of applying.

The process

In order to enrol on Module 3 you will need to achieve a successful assessment on demonstrating your ability to reflect on practice, principles and techniques using video examples and a reflective journal.

Instructions on how to enrol will be sent to those participants who have been successfully assessed on the Reflective Practitioner Course

It is anticipated that enrolment for this Module will open in the early part of 2023

Certification valid for 2 years following successful completion with further opportunities for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as a Practitioner Mentor and/or eligibility for entry to In-Service Trainer - Module 4