Personal Tools for Social Transformation
Project TA 101
Project TA-101: Materials
A learning guide to help participants integrate concepts.
- Topic clarification, supplemental materials, research references, quiz questions
- Written exam requirements and information on how to locate a qualified exam evaluator to earn a full TA 101 certificate
- Map for those who wish to pursue further TA training with USATAA and/or ITAA
- Project TA101 Learning Guide
Note: The program does not include the TA 101 certificate. The TA 101 Certificate is awarded on the successful completion of TA 101 written exam by an officially recognized TA 101 instructor.
More About Project TA 101
Transactional analysts know the basic principles of worth, value, and dignity of every human being are more important than ever in today’s world!
Lack of access to a TA 101 in many countries has been a significant obstacle to quality TA education for people working and living in traditionally underserved or disadvantaged communities, individuals living with disabilities or in rural areas, and families living in poverty.
This project began in January 2018 with collaboration among ITAA, USATAA, and Southeast Institute for the “Promoting Equality and OK-ness: Healing Divisions in Our World” Conference in Raleigh, N.C. The IESA Committee proposed a social justice focused TA 101, taught at this conference.
The IESA Committee set a goal to develop diverse, accessible, recognized transactional analysis education from videos of this TA 101 designed on learner engagement strategies, with 24-hour access to the course materials.
Through Project TA 101, foundational TA training is now available and accessible to communities of learners who may not be able to access these powerful tools for personal development and social transformation.
We are thrilled with what we have accomplished so far, and we still need your help.
Together we can make a difference!
We welcome donations of any size to Project TA 101!
as a PTSTA, TSTA or TAPI you can evaluate TA 101 written exams, facilitate online discussion groups, or become a community connection resource.
For more information contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org