Free Information Days

Full Day events inclusive [BSc 9.30am to 3pm] [MSc 9.30am to 3.30pm]

Our free information days are a key component of our enquiry and application process which our prospective applicants find helpful and informative, and we actively encourage attendance at one of these days to support their decision making and application. The days offer the opportunity to visit the Institute in person, to meet with key staff including Programme Leaders, Directors and support staff and to find out more about the training programmes, our ethos and approach to training and to view our buildings and facilities.

Our Undergraduate and Postgraduate* Degrees are validated by Staffordshire University.

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Studying at Postgraduate level

Courses available (click on the course title for course information and entrance requirements):

*Staffordshire University validate from year two, three and four. The first year of the four year training is an SPTI certificate year.

Also the following professional training diploma can be discussed as part of our postgraduate information day.

Available Postgraduate Information days:

  • Tuesday 26th February 2019
  • Tuesday 23rd April 2019
  • Tuesday 21st May 2019
  • Tuesday 23rd July 2019
  • Tuesday 13th August 2019

Studying up to Undergraduate Level

Courses available (click on the course title for course information and entrance requirements):

Available Undergraduate Information days:

  • Thursday 31st January 2019
  • Thursday 21st March 2019
  • Thursday 11st April 2019
  • Thursday 23rd May 2019
  • Thursday 27th June 2019

These one day events include lunch and are free of charge (15 reservation fee is required to secure a place and is refunded on attendance).

The nature of psychotherapy training is primarily relational and as such it is important for applicants to disclose any pre-existing relationships with SPTI staff and/or members (and other applicants where known) at the point of application.  This provides the opportunity to address potential implications for this at the interview stage thereby ensuring professional standards when attending to dual relationships, which Professional Bodies (for example, BACP and UKCP) recommend be avoided to prevent detrimental effects and promote professional accountability at all stages of training and practice.  We aim to ensure that this does not provide an unnecessary barrier to recruitment. Therefore, in cases of pre-existing relationships with current students and/or training staff adjustments may be suggested; this could include an alternative entry point or in some cases an alternative programme of study.

Applicants to SPTI clinical training programmes are reminded that all offers are subject to a satisfactory Criminal Records check via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)

International Students SPTI is not a UK Home Office registered Sponsor with approval to admit overseas students. We can only consider applications from applicants who satisfy HOME fee residential status criteria e.g. UK/EU/EEA including Switzerland.

 

The Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute
Thiskney House, 2 St James's Terrace, Nottingham, England, NG1 6FW.
Phone: +44 (0)115 844 7904   Fax: +44 (0) 115 924 2738   Email: admissions@spti.net