For further information: YTCi Course Director Dave Spenceley // Administration: Andreeas Barbulis

Group Requirements:


  1. Regular attendance and participation in the training groups.
  2. Completion of an assignment – this can be assessed written work or presentations and completion of a self and peer assessment at the end of each year.  
  3. Maintain an up to date training log, which includes self reflections on experience of training, supervision, therapy and practice of TA.
  4. Members of the group are required to be members of their national TA association and to comply with the requirements and ethical standards of EATA.
  5. Payment of the course fee in advance. Once membership has been agreed a contract to pay the full fees for the year’s membership has been agreed. It is normal in Romania for participants to pay by instalments - the first payment of 750 Ron is made with the application and then 750 Ron per group.
  6. Payment is for membership not attendance and is non-refundable.
  7. The YTCi trainers have final say in whether trainees can continue in membership of the training group


Stages in Training and Recognition - In order to recognise the level of competence achieved in training prior to formal qualification as a psychotherapist there are two Yorkshire Training Centre International awards. On application these will be awarded for demonstrating competence in the knowledge of TA theory and the application of TA within professional settings. This creates 3 stages of training towards TA qualification.


Training Stage 1: Yorkshire Training Centre International - Certificate in TA applications:

1. 200 hours of TA training and skills development.

2. 20 hours of TA supervision.

3. 120 hours of professional application of TA.

4. Two assignments including a presentation of professional work to the training group.


Training Stage 2: Yorkshire Training Centre International Diploma in TA applications:

1. 300 hours of TA training and skills development.

2. 100 hours of TA supervision.

3. 450 hours of professional application of TA.

4. Completion of 4 assignments including 2 presentations of professional work to the training group.


Training Stage 3: TA Qualification as a psychotherapist:


Accreditation:

By the European Association of Transactional Analysis, (EATA) which is registered in Switzerland as a non-profit organisation. This body administers standards in competency based international examinations for qualification as Transactional Analysts.


TA Qualifications

a. TSTA Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst.

b. PTSTA Provisional Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst

c. CTA Certified Transactional Analyst.


Practice in Romania - requirements of the Romanian Associations and EATA - Steps to certification pdf



January 27 / 28 / 29th


Sat - Sun - Mon


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  • Contracting for the year - Review of contract theory & setting the scene for your professional development.




March 10 / 11 / 12th


Sat - Sun - Mon


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May 12 / 13 / 14th


Sat - Sun - Mon


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July 6 / 7 / 8th


Friday - Sat - Sunday


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  • "Summer school" - psychotherapy groups - a training 7 therapeutic experience.



September 7 / 8 / 9th


Friday - Sat - Sunday


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November 9 / 10 / 11th


Friday - Sat - Sunday


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  • Review of your year - and fulfilment of your contracts.

TA Training with YTCi in Timisoara - 2018

Dave Spenceley Course Director - an internationally recognised TA psychotherapist trainer and supervisor will be running all the workshops in Timisoara. The group will have a mix of foundation and advanced members meaning that each participant can develop their competence and practice as well as developing their knowledge, understanding and application of TA theory and practice.  

TA training can lead to TA psychotherapy qualification - as a certified transactional Analyst - with external examinations run by the European Association for Transactional Analysis.


Using TA philosophy and practice YTCi trainers will create a supportive atmosphere in which you can safely develop both professionally and personally.


TA training is focused on professional and personal growth. The workshops include theoretical input, discussions, supervision and self experience. You will learn TA concepts and methodology and apply the theory to your professional practice. You will have opportunity for using the TA approaches within the group and for receiving supervision of your professional practice.


Preparing for qualification as a TA psychotherapist is process orientated and competency-based offering you the opportunity for personal and professional reflection. This is reflected in the course design, the course requirements and the final external examination process for qualification.


Many attend TA training without intending to take the external examinations, or without having decided to complete the training - if you are in this position you will be welcome to join the training group and to explore how the group can best meet your requirements.


The training is process orientated offering you the opportunity for personal reflection on areas which have an impact on your professional work. - Description of the aims and methodology of TA training at YTCi - pdf file




TA Training with YTCi in Timisoara - 2018

Dave Spenceley Course Director - an internationally recognised TA psychotherapist trainer and supervisor.  In 2018 Dave will be running all the workshops in Timisoara.

The group will have a mix of foundation and advanced members meaning that each participant can develop their competence and practice as well as developing their knowledge, understanding and application of TA theory and practice.