Updated 29 November 2021
Covid-19 Safety Update
Following the Government decision to reinstate Covid-19 safety measures across England from Tuesday 30 November 2021, IATE ask that all staff and students wear a face mask or covering in the communal areas of the building for their own safety. We advise that a social distance of 1 to 2 metres is also observed.
In accordance with Government policies and NHS guidelines, IATE require all persons to prove a negative COVID-19 test result before entering the premises. Should someone receive a positive test result, they will not be permitted to enter IATE premises and must follow NHS isolation protocols.
After a turbulent & uncertain year, we are delighted to have been able to recommence in-person training for the 2021/22 academic year. We will now no longer be offering any fully remote courses.
Given current limitations surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, some of our training programmes are being delivered in a blended format. For our advanced training programmes, our regulatory bodies require students to attend a certain number of in-person training hours to complete their training.
If you are looking for remote training course in counselling or psychotherapy, you will need to contact other providers.