Events & Courses

To qualify as an occupational therapist trained in Ayres Sensory Integration® (ASI®) a therapist must successfully complete the SASIC 1-4 courses presented by SAISI, including the Ayres Sensory Integration® Fidelity Measure.  This SAISI training process ensures that not only a high standard is maintained in preparing occupational therapists for the delivery of ASI® services but that the SAISI courses are aligned with international standards for ASI® training. After successful completion, the therapist will be listed on SAISI’s directory of ASI®-trained therapists.

For more information on the process please CLICK HERE

Application

  • SASIC 1 – 28-31 March 2022 – Online / livestream synchronous 
  • SASIC 2 – EAST Test Administration – Two parts
    • M2 (presented online by CLASI) – Online asynchronous
      • 1st intake, 24 Jan – 28 Feb 2022
      • 2nd intake, 6 April – 11 May 2022
    • M3 (presented by SAISI in collaboration with CLASI) – KwaZulu Natal (onsite)
      • 6-10 June 2022 (2021 applications)
      • 6-9 June 2022 (Only if you completed SASIC 2, 2019 & 2021 and not yet SASIC 3)
  • SASIC 3 – 26-30 Sept 2022 – KwaZulu Natal (onsite)
  • SASIC 4 – 4-8 July 2022 – Gauteng (onsite)

 

Fully SIPT trained (SAISI) therapists that wish to convert to the EASI, application details available on request from the SAISI office saisi@instsi.co.za

 

EASI Training Information Session

What are the changes to SASIC 1-4 for 2022?  What do I need to do to be trained in administration and interpretation of the EASI?  Relationship between SAISI and CLASI courses (SASIC 2: M2 and M3)?  What do you need to submit and by when?

Date: 8 Dec 2021 / Time: 19h00 – 20h00 / Venue: Zoom platform / Cost: Free / CPD: no CPD points

Review all documents and submit your questions prior to the session via registration form.

 

 

 

SAISI UPDATED STATEMENT ON COVID-19 AND SASIC 1-4, 2020 

 

COVID-19 Corona Virus South African Resource Portal

 

Webinar recordings: for viewing only

Webinars available for online learning (CPD): click here