The TA Org Exam Group focuses on theory and supervision in the field of Organisational TA, with the aim to prepare (MSc) students for their CTA exam in this field.
The group is run by three TA trainers who are TA Org specialists: Marian Timmermans MA, PTSTA, Deborah Robinson TSTA and Cor van Geffen MSc, PTSTA. The group is run on Zoom. Each day has a theoretical topic. Each day also has space for (cascade) supervision. Students are invited to share their way of working with TA, tapes for the oral exam, questions on/explaining of pieces of theory and so on. Students will receive feedback and encouragement from their peers and trainers.
Marian Timmermans MA PTSTA(O) was a high school teacher and had a career in public services before becoming a management consultant. After having worked as interim manager and policy advisor she became trainer and coach. She has published (in Dutch) on ‘undercurrents in humans and organizations’. Marian was a co-owner of the Dutch TA academie and still is connected to this TA institute as a trainer and supervisor. She also is a selfemployed (executive) coach and process facilitator. Marian is member of the editorial board of Transactional Analysis Journal, and on behalf of EATA she is CTA Language coordinator for the Dutch language. She wrote an article about ‘The art of not knowing’ and also about ‘The importance of an organizational perspective in dealing with workplace bullying’.
Cor van Geffen MSc TA Organisational PTSTA(O) is a stimulating facilitator of leadership and team development in more than 200 organizations for over 15 years. He is animated, full of humour and always looking for new ways to bring the principles of TA into organizations. He has written an article about the use of Levin’s (1988) Cycle of Development for teams and organizations.
Deborah Robinson TSTA(O) CMCIEH uses TA as a basis for individual growth and organisational change. She has extensive experience of developing leaders, supporting organisational change and coaching. Debbie has been running a TA training programme in Suffolk for the last ten years, she works creatively & co-creatively to facilitate learning and promote autonomy. She currently offers training and supervision in the UK, France, Kiev and St Petersburg. Her passion is to develop the use of the positive aspects of TA theory in personal and organisational change.
In this group you have 9 days (10 AM till 5 PM; coffee- and lunch breaks) of TA Org training/supervision, spread through the year. At the end of the academic year, you join The Berne Institute two-day Conference (17 – 18 July 2021), making ten days in total.
The hours on this course will count for TA Org specialist training hours and MSc credit hours. On successful completion of the CTA, and enrolment on the Masters programme, the trainee may be awarded an MSc validated by Middlesex University
Cost £1250 including Conference attendance.
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Please contact email@example.com to register for your place . Once your place is confirmed you will receive further information about accessing the course and becoming a member of The Berne Institute. We look forward to welcoming you.
This programme is quality assured by Middlesex University and you will receive a Middlesex award on successful completion.