This session is relevant to anyone with an interest in CCTA irrespective of your field of practice and will provide further grounding for a series of workshops and seminars to follow in the coming months.
The workshop and seminar programme will be delivered by an international Co-creative TA (CCTA) team, all of whom use CCTA extensively in their own field of practice. Between them, they represent all fields of practice: Traian Bossenmayer (Romania), Berit Fahlén (Sweden), Bev Gibbons (UK), Nicole Lenner (Germany), Paul Robinson (UK), Graeme Summers (UK), James Sweeney (UK), Keith Tudor (New Zealand).
Over the coming months, the programme will cover the main facets of CCTA, the main models used in its application and how it is used in practice across all fields of TA.
Numbers are limited and all paid up members of UKATA will be able to access some of the workshops as a member benefit.
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