Theory/SASIC1Open to OT’s & other professions registered at the HPCSA
OT’s need to do all 5 days.
Other professions may only attend day 1-4.
|27 - 31 March 2017||Deadline for course applications:
31 December 2016
|Cape Town||OT’s (5 days)
Other disciplines (4 days):
Open to OT’s only. One year’s working experience is needed.
|03-07 April 2017||Deadline course applications:
31 December 2016
Should you be accepted, you will need to have the following for the course:
Prices subject to change without prior notice
PLEASE NOTE: The course fee
excludes the test materials. SAISI will order the compulsory course pack but if you want additional materials, these should be ordered from the office 8 weeks prior to the course.
Open to OT’s only
|11-15 Sept. 2017||Deadline for course applications:
30 June 2017
Completion of the post SASIC1 questionnaire on e-learning by 30 June 2017
A peer review,
SIPT reports of 4 typically developing children and SIPT report of
1 child with suspected SI difficulties must be submitted by 30 June 2017 to email@example.com
Completion of the pre-course questionnaire for SASIC 3 on e-learning one week before the course.
Please refer to course structure for materials to bring to course.
Including marking fees for SIPT score checking & protocol
Open to OT’s only
|03-07 July 2017||Deadline for application for course:
17 February 2017
Protocols need to be submitted on or before
17 Feb 2017.
You also need to attend one mentoring session before you hand in your protocol. You must pay the mentor – the fee is not included in the course fee.
Following the course you need to submit and pass a Fidelity Measure before you can receive your final certificate.
Please contact Aletta regarding the submission process of the protocols and Fidelity Measure:
Including marking fee for Fidelity Measure
Ethics Workshop, 14 July 2017, Knysna - This workshop will be interactive and practical. We will be problem solving various ethical dilemmas according to various international frameworks. The workshop will provide the participants with practical strategies and information to enhance their ethical practice. We will review the relevant ethical frameworks, professional conduct and communication, and discuss various scenarios within the field of practice. We will also be reflecting on what ethics means to us personally. Read More
Sensory Integration and Mental Health – an appetizer with and expert. Enjoy an overview on SI for Divers Population with Kath Smith (Informal and Interactive session) 30 June 2017, Western Cape Read more
SAISI Presents - Sensory Integration and Mental Health workshop (22-23 June 2017 Durban)
Online applications now open - follow this link to register
For more information email
SAISI Journal Clubs
As SAISI is driven to provide continuous learning opportunities to all our members through various platforms. Aside from our formal courses, additional workshops, and publications we introduced the SAISI journal clubs in 2017. Through the journal clubs we aim to provide all members the opportunity to access, discuss and learn from relevant information in the field of Ayers Sensory Integration and related topics. To maximise the learning opportunity the articles are discussed in a group format and questionnaires completed individually. Just some basic information:
Updated information will be available soon.
For urgent matters please contact the SAISI office.