Chairperson Karen Pratt interviews SATAA member Trudy Tanner.
The webinar introduces participants to the idea of cultivation and its implications for practice.
The session is aimed at anyone who works with others in support of growth and learning. This might include coaches, educators and counsellors.
Participants will walk away with:
– an understanding of cultivation as a way of framing professional practice;
– an introduction to levels of competency through the work of Howells, (1982), Clarkson(1994), and Barrow, (2011);
– integration of TA concepts of accounting and discounting with levels of competency and the role of the practitioner
Facilitator: Giles Barrow is a teacher, trainer, educator with experience in schools, adult and community education and TA training and supervision. He has written numerous articles and books on educational themes including relational aspects of teaching and learning, school culture and leadership, adolescence, script and learning and educational theory and philosophy. In addition to and combined with his professional educational work, Giles also runs a small farm in rural Suffolk, which is the base for teaching and learning amongst children, young people and adults.
“The Unknown Knowledge”. To develop consciousness about the transgenerational family script. This webinar is available to all the people interested in discovering their transgenerational script, reinforcing their positive family scripts and gaining clues for changing their negative family scripts.
Gloria is Director at the Instituto Mexicano de Analisis Transaccional. She was awarded the Eric Berne Memorial Award in 2008 in the category of New Theory for her work on the Mechanisms for transmitting transgenerational scripts.
Hi there, I am Alex!
I spent my first 20 professional years as a pilot instructor in the South African Air Force (SAAF). I have flown over 3500 hours in a range of helicopters and training aircraft, amassing over 1000 hours of flying instruction. It was a privilege to fly numerous rescue missions, humanitarian work, aerial fire-fighting and security work inside and outside South Africa. My most noteworthy flight was with ex-president Nelson Mandela and having the honour of shaking hands with him! Additionally, a career highlight was the 4 years flying in the SAAF formation aerobatic team as both the number 3 and lead pilot.
It is always wonderful to see when a local TA person achieves the next level within the Transactional Analysts’ community – we are so happy for our SATAA chairperson Karen Pratt who passed her TSTA (E)! Well done Karen – from doing your TA 101 in 2001 to our CTA in 2008, then doing a Training Endorsement workshop and another 7 year contract for TSTA. What a journey!
Karen, it is wonderful to have you here in South Africa as a TSTA, and we know there are many people benefiting from the range of workshops you are offering, from your coaching, and your supervision.
In November, we hosted our first webinar. Initially intended to be for our SA community. We ended up having participants from South Africa, India and Romania, which was wonderful! And there is more: we will host a monthly webinar in 2017, with trainers from different corners of the world.
In July this year, Karen Pratt gave us an outlook of her involvement in the Coach Activism Project – a response to the refugee crisis in Europe – which was about to start at that time. She has been involved for a couple of months now and is sharing her experience and insights with us.
It has been an interesting year for us at at the SATAA, from hosting events, publishing articles, co-hosting the TIFF qualification to organising our first webinar. Here is what we have been up to, and what has been happening in our community. If we have missed anything, let us know!
The time of year has come again where we meet for our Annual General Meeting. If you would like to become a more active member of our community, or if you would like to find out more about the SATAA, join us for an evening of information, discussion, snacks and connecting!
We have an exciting connection with a TA project outside of South Africa. Karen Pratt has been approached to be part of the CoachActivism Project in Greece/ Canada, which has started in response to the refugee crisis in Europe. Read more about the project here.