Training for foundation level knowledge is predominantly provided as E-learning in discrete modules that can be undertaken at your own pace and repeatedly viewed.
Advanced training is provided both online and face-to-face. OTs with foundation VdTMoCA knowledge can also advance their knowledge through the CPD process via www.patreon.com/icancreativity
All training is listed below, accompanied by downloadable full info.
Full VdTMoCA training for Occupational Therapists (online) - 3 day online training for therapists £335 (no VAT to add). Head OTs can apply to train up to 45 OTs in a 12-month period for a set fee of £3300. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The VdTMoCA for OT Support Workers - 2.5 day onli
ne course for support workers supervised by an Occupational Therapist £335 (no VAT to add). Head OTs can apply for the set fee package to train up to 45 OTs and OT support workers in a 12-month period for a set fee of £3300. Contact email@example.com
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The influence of personality disorder on creative ability. Online module - approx 1.5 hours.
£40 (No VAT to add).
Outcomes sought - to increase understanding of:
Key slides and information provided as a pdf.
This can be done as a stand-alone module - see feedback on the Testimonials page.
This module is also included in the pricing, and undertaken as preparation study for the face-to-face course which takes place once a year in Northampton in September (see below).
Applying the VdTMoCA to occupational therapy for people with a personality disorder, Thursday 29th September- Friday 30th September 2022, Northampton .
£300 (no VAT to add).
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Applying the VdTMoCA to team intervention for people with an eating disorder
Online module £50.00 (No VAT to add)
Although this module focuses on eating disorders, the demonstrated approach to understanding clients and challenging behaviours is extremely useful for application to any client, but especially those with a personality disorder or other 'disorders' such as OCD, due its attention to complexity.
This module is for Advanced Knowledge: Exploring theory.
This online module is suitable for occupational therapists who are trained and experienced in the Vona du Toit Model of Creative ability. Suitability criteria:
Through the lens of the theory of creative ability, complexity theory and eating disorder pathology, this one hour 20-minute online module is an in-depth exploration of why the rule within an inpatient adolescent unit that all young people must stay in the dining room until meals are finished (including individuals with an eating disorder), results in behaviour that challenges.
The module is a video recording of an online teaching session by a South African expert in the VdTMoCA for a team of occupational therapists who wished to address this issue together with their MDT in order to make the mealtime experiences less distressing and more successful experiences for clients and staff.
Learning outcomes sought:
On an agreed date, the trainee will either receive a link to the module video on www.vimeo.com or receive a link to register for the module via the usual online platform for ICAN training, i.e. https://trial-1147.ispringlearn.eu/.
Trainees must ensure that they can access these URLs on their PC.
Module links are valid for 24 hours, during which the module video can be viewed multiple times. Due to the complexity of the module topic and ensuing discussions, trainees are advised to plan to view the video more than once and make detailed notes.
A downloadable pdf of key module content is provided.