This page is designed to assist students that are currently sitting the UITC. Students can find helpful details and information that will assist them whilst taking the course.


Our courses were first tutored in schools and colleges throughout the United Kingdom from1995 - 2000 and due to public demand is now only available via correspondence. Students from all over the world have sat our courses and many have launched their own organisations. The UITC has become one of the most recognised and comprehensive courses of its kind. The course is designed for students to obtain a better understanding of investigation and research methodology. It is also sat by students that wish to take an active role within an organisation and / or launch their own organisation. A number of organisations in the UK have a UITC registered Chairman. The UITC also features guidelines, protocols and notes on structuring your own organisation if your interested in launching your own organisation.


Trained Tutors.


Mr. John Slater.

Mr. Dave Sadler.

Mr. Steve Yarwood.

Mr. Stewart Greenslade.

Mr. Stephen Mera - Head Tutor.


Any students that are having difficulties can obtain assistance. Simply contact MAPIT Head Office during office hours with your query or problem and we will try our best to help.

24 Hour Support.

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MAPIT also run a course on how to become a UITC Tutor. This course consists of a 4 hour class that will feature teacher training skills, visual aids, meeting objectives, distribution of course material, planning, creating aims, the marking process and much more.


The UITC Tutor course is only available to UITC registered individuals that are holding membership with MAPIT or one of MAPIT's satellite organisations. All material such as the UITC (Tutor Edition), lesson plans, guide notes and visual aids will be supplied by MAPIT Head Office.


If interested in becoming a UITC Tutor then please contact MAPIT as soon as possible.

The most vital and helpful information MAPIT can give to their students is simply this:

'Make sure to read through the full Course thouroughly'. All questions found throughout the Courses are associated to the material within the course. In other words, whatever the question, the answer should be found throughout the course material that you have unless it is a specialised question that refers to conducting research. This can easily be done via use of the internet as a research tool.


When discussing Physiological Conditions E.B.E. Means Excessive Body Electricity.

When discussing the UFO Phenomena E.B.E. Means Extraterrestrial Biological Entity.


When discussing Psychology PSI Means Processes of Information - (The Five Senses).

When discussing Parapsychological Terms Psi is used by parapsychologists to refer to all forms of psychic abilities or functioning, and includes both the different types of extrasensory perception (ESP), such as clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, precognition, telepathy and psychokinesis (PK). Parapsychologists picked the Greek letter 'psi' as a neutral shorthand term, and it is gradually gaining in popularity and recognition.


The UITC Course material contains some text that is highlighted in 'Bold'. Any text that is in bold is important for the student to learn. There are also such things known as 'Key Points'. These are indicated by a small picture of a key. Information under key points are also important for the student to learn. There are numerous key points throughout the course material. It may be necessary for students to photocopy any classification, identification or priority scoring charts so that they can easily access them for future use.


It is best that students answer their module questions after reading that particular module, as the information is fresh in their mind. It is also a good idea to go over the module answers again so to make sure no mistakes have been done. This process should be applied to all 20 modules. Some students struggle with mathematics in regards the UFO Trigonometry section, therefore we have included the calculator method. Students can simply follow the example given, however it may be best that a 'Scientific' calculator is used as many standard caculators do not have double functioning buttons that can produce (sin and tan) equations. It is important that all module answers are wrote clearly, typed or printed as to make it easy for our tutors to understand what is being wrote. Students should also include the questions as well as their answers. Students that are sitting the examination paper should use the front cover of the examination to put their details on and send it back to MAPIT with their answers. It is adviced that students should not use their examination papers to write their answers on as there is very little room on the sheet and this could cause problems in regards lengthier answers. Students should double check all their answers when doing the examination paper.


On completion of the UITC, students that have been successful will receive a UITC Certficate and Registration Document which hold your registration number. This registration number should be kept confidential at all times as this is proof of qualifications. Below is the registration document showing you where the registration number is located.


Students do not need to rush through the Course as they have as long as the wish to complete and return to MAPIT Head office, however, students sitting the examination paper only get four weeks to complete and return to MAPIT for marking. It is not compulsary for students to sit the Course Examination Papers; however, it is necessary if they wish to obtain the apropriate Registration & Certificate.



Students that have any queries or problems can contact MAPIT Head Office.

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