National Institute for Learning Development - NILD

Educational Therapy Courses and Workshops

Courses and Workshops
NILD offers several courses and workshops to help educators understand and meet the needs of students with learning challenges of all kinds.  Our training methods are research-based, effective and are accredited by the International Dyslexia Association and The Feuerstein Institute.

NILD courses and workshops are offered in various locations around the United States and internationally. The NILD Educational Therapy Levels I, II and III combine four weeks of online work with one week of classroom work (“residency”). Other NILD courses and workshops are generally in-person training events but several are being developed into online workshops. Click on the links below for more details.

Through NILD’s range of courses and workshops you can obtain continuing education credits as you seek to meet the needs of your students. Additionally, NILD courses can put you on track for becoming a Professionally Certified NILD Educational Therapist (PCET)! Click here for steps to certification.

Note that the online portions of NILD’s Level I, II and III courses are hosted by either Regent University or Southeastern University (SEU).  To participate in these courses, first, complete your registration directly through NILD. Once your registration is processed by NILD, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions to complete an application through Regent/SEU for the purposes of completing the online portion of your course (additional fees apply for graduate credit). Additionally, both universities offer a graduate credit option for NILD Levels I, II and III courses as well as a Master’s Degree Programs in NILD Educational Therapy that do require a separate enrollment process and additional fees.

NILD also provides a broad range of In-Service Workshops for school faculty training.  Current pricing and refund policy are listed at the bottom of this listing.  Level I is undergoing a revision – the syllabus will be updated soon.

Courses & Workshops Listing

NameType of
Instruction
LengthNILD
Certification
Requirement
NILD Educational Therapy Level ICourse5 weeks
NILD Educational Therapy Level IICourse5 weeks
NILD Educational Therapy Level IIICourse5 weeks
Feuerstein FIE Basic I and IICourse1 week
Feuerstein FIE Standard Level ICourse1 week
Feuerstein FIE Standard Level IICourse1 week
Feuerstein FIE Standard Level IIICourse1 week
NILD Group Educational Therapy™Workshop2 days
Rx 4 Discovery MathWorkshop2 days
Rx for Discovery ReadingWorkshop2 days
Rx for Discovery WritingWorkshop2 days
Search and Teach©Workshop2 days
Woodcock Johnson IVWorkshop1 day
Executive
Function Workshop
Workshop1 day
NILD TelepracticeWorkshop2 hours--online
Rx 4 Discovery Math IIWorkshop2 days

Summer 2020 Courses & Workshops Pricing 

  • NILD Level Courses $2,550 (includes one year of licensure at 50% off) ($200 deposit required)
  • FIE Courses $1,195 ($100 deposit required)
  • Rx, GET, and Search & Teach Workshops $710 ($50 deposit required )
  • EF & WJIV Workshops $425 ($50 deposit required)

*All balances are due two weeks prior to your course/workshop start date.

*Additionally required materials incur separate pricing; most can be found in our online store.  Please refer to your specific course/workshop syllabus for full materials information.

*A limited number of scholarships are available to assist with NILD level course tuition. Scholarships are based on need and are first come first serve, all applications are due by March 31st.  The application can be found here.

*WJIV is a pre-requisite for level II and III.  If you were unable to attend one of our WJIV trainings at a conference, don’t worry.  We are developing a digital WJIV training – details will be out soon.  Please go ahead and register for level II or III and plan to take the digital training as soon as it is available.

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