How to Apply

How to Apply?

You can download the form from the documents section of our website or email us directly if you need further information.

APPLICATION FORM: 2015/16 intake

I would like to apply for (Tick appropriate box)



PERSONAL INFORMATION

(*) Denotes a required field

FURTHER EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS(*)

Which qualifications leading to registration with one of the following professional bodies do you have? Please tick the relevant box and specify qualification, Date course and place of study.

It is an Association of Family Therapy requirement for admission to Intermediate and Masters level training to have a professional level qualification and the ability to study at post-graduate level as evidenced by an undergraduate degree. Applicant who do not meet both these requirements may, in exceptional circumstances, apply via the APEL route and be assessed for entry. Please see our APEL Policy on the Website. There is an additional charge for this process. If you wish to be considered under this route, please contact the course immediately to discuss this option.

Please specify any additional/alternative education and qualifications including subjects, place of study, years of study and qualifications gained:

RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE(*)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Please not that it is an essential requirement for Intermediate and Masters level to have a suitable work context in which you can gain experience in addition to that available on the course. If in any doubt, please contact the course to discuss this.

Intermediate applicants ONLY:

Can you fulfil the requirement for 60 hours of systemic practice with families in your work context?


If yes, please state how this will be met.

If you are not able to fulfil the requirement for 60 hours of systemic practice with families within your work context, how will you meet the requirements? For example through an additional placement that you have arranged

Masters applicants (years 3 and 4) ONLY

Can you fulfil the requirement for 100 hours of systemic practice with families in your work context?


If yes, please state how this will be met.

If you are not able to fulfil the requirement for 100 hours of systemic practice with families within your work context, how will you meet the requirements? For example through an additional placement that you have arranged

REFERENCES

Applicants for Foundation and Intermediate: Please complete the reference request form and send it along with the course outline to a professional referee who can comment on your work with families/children.

Applicants for Intermediate and Masters ONLY: Please give contact details of your tutor from your previous training. If you have completed the FTTN Foundation/Intermediate training, please note the name of your tutor and the date you completed (or will complete) the course. If you completed your training elsewhere, please give full contact details and dates you completed (or will complete) the course.

SUPPORTING STATEMENT(*)

For Our Information

Please mark as many as apply to you:

How did you hear about the FTTN?

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES MONITORING FORM

As a training provider, we have a duty to collect relevant information relating to registrants to support the Equal Opportunities Policy. We are to maintain such records as are necessary for us to evaluate the efficacy of our policy and adapt it as necessary. Please do not put any identifying information or details on your form other than those requested. We understand that some of the information you provide may allow for the identification of some individuals, however this information will only be used for monitoring and evaluation purposes and will be kept confidential.

GENDER

AGE GROUP

DO YOU HAVE CHILDREN?

GENDER PREFERENCE

I would describe myself as:

ETHNIC ORIGIN

How would you describe your ethnic origin? (please tick one)

ASIAN OR ASIAN BRITISH

BLACK OR BLACK BRITISH

WHITE

DUAL HERITAGE

Please write which:

OTHER ETHNIC GROUPS

ETHNIC GROUP

Please use your own words to describe how you would identify yourself in terms of ethnic, national and religious origin. Feel free to add additional definitions of yourself as you see fit.

PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 defines a person as disabled if they have "a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on a person’s ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities."

Do you consider yourself to have a disability?

If yes please specify the nature of your disability.

Some examples of impairments that meet the definition of disability under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 are; hard of hearing, partially sighted, severe back problems, arthritis, phobias, depression, speech impairment, dyslexia, diabetes, epilepsy, asthma and cardiovascular conditions.)

MONITORING INVOLVES THE COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION ON:

  • - Registrants ethnic origin, gender, disability;

  • - The success rate of applicants for trainings according to their ethnicity, sex, and disability;

  • - Recruitment, training and promotion decisions

  • - Reports of breaches of the equal opportunity policy;

  • - Other information relevant to the application of the policy.

THE INFORMATION COLLECTED MAY BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS:

  • - To identify to what extent the current registrants reflect the population;

  • - To identify the source of applicants for training

  • - To identify areas of significant, unexpected over and under representation;

  • - To analyse changes over time;

  • - To highlight trends in the organisation with an equal opportunity implication.

This form is adapted from the Equal Opportunities form issued to training organisations by the UKCP.

If you are accepted on the course, you will sent a payment form and asked to indicate how your fees will be paid.