“NILD works, and I am so glad that I have been able to witness its effectiveness for myself.”
Elana Peebles – Head of Curriculum Support, Springvale House (2015 – 2016)
Level I is an introduction to the general field of learning disabilities and provides foundational training in the philosophy and techniques of NILD Educational Therapy®. The course prepares participants to begin giving educational therapy as interns (all NILD educational therapists are considered interns until certification).
- Bachelor’s degree in education or a related field
Level II provides a review of introductory NILD Educational Therapy® techniques and introduces a series of techniques for advanced students to include mediated learning and questioning skills.
- Successful completion of Level I
- Minimum one year experience with one student
Level III develops mastery skills and provides an in-depth study of mediation, cognitive functions and information processing within NILD Educational Therapy® techniques
- Minimum of 200 student contact hours
- Successful completion of Levels I and II