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The IGA Open Days / Evenings offer an opportunity to find out more about the various training courses we provide.
This innovative weekend training offers you the opportunity to experience how you may benefit from group analysis and what a training course at the IGA may offer to you.
he IGA Foundation Course gives students the choice to join the course as a standalone, or as the prerequisite for the IGA Diploma in Groupwork Practice and the Qualifying Course in Group Analysis
This long standing and highly respected course aims to provide students with a fundamental understanding of Group Analytic theory and practice that will enable them to become practising Group Analysts.
The primary purpose of supervision is to throw light on the therapeutic relationship; its secondary purpose is to enhance the
student’s skills as a therapist.
Diploma in Supervision
The course provides theoretical seminars that includes a large group experience of reflective practice by the course community, and an on-going supervision group of peers.
Diploma in Reflective Practice in Organisations
The Institute of Group Analysis is pleased to offer bespoke training for organisations and staff teams working in the public, charitable, NGO and business sectors.
The IGA provides a thorough, rigorous and life enhancing range of opportunities for training and personal development
The IGA is a member of The European Group Analytic Training Network (EGATIN) which accredits group analytic training institutes and sets standards for group analytic trainings internationally. EGATIN has 30 institutes with Full membership, 7 with Introductory or Intermediate status, a few dedicated individual members and some who have been awarded honorary status to acknowledge their contribution to EGATIN. Institutes can become full members when, as we do, they meet all of EGATIN’s “essential standards”.
Every year EGATIN provides a one-and-a-half-day workshop, its “Study Days”. The Study Days are hosted by a different member institute each year; further information about EGATIN and details of the Study Days can be found at: www.egatin.net/
Bursary Schemes at the IGA
For the 2021-22 Core Training Courses
As a charity, the Institute of Group Analysis (IGA) is keen to encourage and support people from a wide range of backgrounds to undertake training in group analysis.
We have a number of bursary funds, often in memory of one of our members, and are able to offer around bursaries of between £250 and £500 each year to prospective or current students and trainees.
Please see the table below for information about the bursary funds available and a brief overview of the criteria. More detailed information for each fund can be viewed by linking to the appropriate page, where an application form can also be downloaded.
Application forms for bursaries must be received by the Operations and Centre Manager via email on by 31st July 2021. Applications will then be reviewed by the IGA’s Bursary Committee that will make recommendations to the Finance Committee and their recommendations taken to the Board of Trustees. We will aim to inform applicants of the outcome of their applications by 31st August 2021.
Please note that bursaries cannot be applied to the Early Bird Fees for Foundation Courses. The bursary will be applied to full fees only. Please note the terms and conditions on the Application Forms and do not hesitate to contact the IGA National Office by email if you require assistance.