Open days in 2020 and 2021

We are delighted to run a number of events throughout the year to help you in your decision making before and during your application to us.  We hold three all course events in December, March and June and a number of course specific events, throughout the year.  You are welcome to attend as many as you like.

Covid-19 update: The health of our open event attendees and our staff and students is a priority.  All of our information events will be conducted online via Zoom.  Please sign up using the forms below and you will be sent full instructions on how to join us virtually.

Zoom meeting

Our all course open evening and open days allow you to learn more about our diverse range of courses and spend invaluable time withour staff and students to get a taste of what life as a student at the Tavistock and Portman is really like.  

Virtual Open Evening: Thursday 3 December 2020, 6-8pm

Trust open evening: Thursday 3 December, 2020

Sign up to our virtual trust open evening in December and you will get a chance to hear from our students, speak directly to the course team and much more. 

Read more here and book your place.


Trust open days in 2021

We are hosting two open days in March and June 2020 where you will get a chance to hear from our students, speak directly to the course team and much more. 

Read more here and book your place.

Upcoming course specific open events

Throughout the year, we hold a number of events that focus on just one of our courses.  You will have the opportunity to meet course tutors, ask questions and find out more information about your course of interest.  

If you have any questions about our course specific open events  do not hesitate to get in touch . Or alternatively, sign up to our mailing list to stay up-to-date with all the latest news and information on our events. 

Coronavirus update: The health of our open event attendees and our staff and students is a priority and so going forward, all our events will be conducted online via Zoom.  Please sign up using the forms below and you will be sent full instructions on how to join us virtually.


November 

Child, community and educational psychology (M4) 

Friday 6 November from 3.30-5pm 

We are hosting an online event for people who are currently under-represented in Educational Psychology and are interested in applying to the doctoral training. The communities we serve should have access to Educational Psychologists who fully represent them and it is the goal of the Tavistock and Portman to support this.  The event is aimed at individuals from groups not currently well represented in training and/or who hold 'protected characteristics' (race, sex, disability, age, religion or belief, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, and sexual orientation). It is open to all, though is a supplementary event to that held on 15th October. If you missed that event please let us know at training@tavi-port.ac.uk. The event will be an informal opportunity to hear about the course, to ask questions and hear from current students, alumni, tutors, fieldwork tutors and EPs employed by the Trust about the training experience in a working mental health trust and the role more generally.

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Developing a diverse child and adolescent workforce: an introductory course (CPD64) 

Monday 9 November 2020 from 6-7pm  

Sign up to our virtual open evening on Monday 9 November 2020 from 6-7pm and hear from the course lead, some of our current students and find out more about what the course has to offer and also ask the course team about any specific questions.

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Child and adolescent psychoanalytic psychotherapy (M80)

Monday 9 November 2020 from 6-7pm 

Sign up to our virtual open evening on Monday 9th of November 2020 from 6-7pm, we will have a number of course specific open evenings in November. If you have signed up to one session you do not need to sign up again as we will be covering the same information amongst all the other open evenings. 

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February 

Reflective mental health practice today (D65)

Tuesday 23 February 2020 from 6-7.30pm

The open evening will be in the format of a talk outlining the structure, content and requirements for the course, and informal discussion with prospective students. There will be space for questions from prospective students, and a current student will talk about their experience of the course. 

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March

Consulting and leading in organisations: psychodynamic and systemic approaches (D10) 

Tuesday 9 March from 6-8pm 

Sign up to our introductory seminar which will be run by members of the course management group - participants need to commit for the full two hours ideally. The different modules of the course will be presented by module leads and brought alive through experiential exercises, including live work with organisational material brought by one of the seminar participants. There will be time for questions about the course. A recent graduate or current student will usually take part and be available to respond to questions about the course.

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April

Consulting and leading in organisations: psychodynamic and systemic approaches (D10) 

Tuesday 20 April from 6-8pm 

Sign up to our introductory seminar which will be run by members of the course management group - participants need to commit for the full two hours ideally The different modules of the course will be presented by module leads and brought alive through experiential exercises, including live work with organisational material brought by one of the seminar participants. There will be time for questions about the course. A recent graduate or current student will usually take part and be available to respond to questions about the course.

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May

Reflective mental health practice today (D65)

Tuesday 18 May 2020 from 6-7.30pm

The open evening will be in the format of a talk outlining the structure, content and requirements for the course, and informal discussion with prospective students. There will be space for questions from prospective students, and a current student will talk about their experience of the course. 

Book now


Consulting and leading in organisations: psychodynamic and systemic approaches (D10) 

Tuesday 18  May from 6-8pm 

Sign up to our introductory seminar which will be run by members of the course management group - participants need to commit for the full two hours ideally The different modules of the course will be presented by module leads and brought alive through experiential exercises, including live work with organisational material brought by one of the seminar participants. There will be time for questions about the course. A recent graduate or current student will usually take part and be available to respond to questions about the course.

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June

Consulting and leading in organisations: psychodynamic and systemic approaches (D10) 

Saturday 5 June from 9am-10.45am 

Sign up to our introductory seminar which will be run by members of the course management group - participants need to commit for the full two hours ideally. The different modules of the course will be presented by module leads and brought alive through experiential exercises, including live work with organisational material brought by one of the seminar participants. There will be time for questions about the course. A recent graduate or current student will usually take part and be available to respond to questions about the course.

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