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Screener Training, 2017

Want to Become an Irlen screener?

Upcoming trainings  in Chico and Sacramento 2017: Now offering 2 CEU  credits for training through Simpson University

  trainings take place all day Saturday and Sunday from 8:00-5:30

 

 Chico, and Loomis (near Sacramento), California: 2017, Susan Hughes

                Saturday Sunday 

     

Chico

March 11/12

 Loomis off I 80 East Sacramento 

  May 6/7   

Chico

July 29/30

October 28/20 

 

 

  Susan will travel in N CAlifornia to train groups of four or more  

 

Salem, Oregon contact Marcia Davis

503-339-5839 

       

Las Vegas, Nevada contact Shanda Badger

702-480-3238 

       
         

                                

Contact Susan Hughes, MA, Irlen diagnostician at shughes5@earthlink.net or 530-891-4783 for Chico trainings.

Don't let your students fall through the cracks .

This could be one of the most useful classes you have ever taken to help your struggling or unmotivated readers.

Please pass this flyer to a colleague, teacher or friend who might be interested.

Also available to Irlen screeners who need to re-license  

Registration Form for Screener Training

Training Details:

Susan Hughes MA, Irlen Diagnostician,  is offering two-day workshops in Chico.CA




The Irlen Method is non-invasive,
drug-free technology that uses
colored overlays and spectral filters worn as glasses or contact lenses
to improve the brain's ability to process visual information
& relieves visual stress,
chronic migraines/headaches and can help brain injuries.
 

 

Over 25 years of International Evidence-Based Research

 

Over 200,000 children and adults wear Irlen Spectral Filters and over 1,000,000 use Irlen Overlays worldwide

 

Thousands of schools provide Irlen Screenings & Overlays for Irlen Syndrome "Scotopic sensitivity," affecting reading, math, handwriting, attention, self-regulation, and other learning & working problems

 

Assistive Technology & Learning Accommodation for 504 plans, standardized testing, IEPs.

 


Susan Hughes MA will be teaching


4 Irlen Screener Certification classes


In Chico CA in 2017:


March 11/12, July 29/30, Oct. 28/29


In Loomis Near Sacramento May 


New – 2 CUE units available for this class for those who need them.     


 

When: Saturday/Sunday 8.00-5:30    

 

Where: Directions will be sent on registration

 

Cost:  Training $300.00, Materials $230.00  .

RE-training to maintain license after 5 years $35.00, Plus new manuals $65.00 if trained before 2010

          2 CEU credits available at $55.00 each

Send a resume and PO or check soon to hold your space.

                  

SPECIAL OFFER: $35.00 less for early registration 30 days before.

 

$35.00 each less for two or more trainees registering together.

 

Optional: Startup Kit of consumables $100.00 (value $154)

 

Irlen Screener training open to; Teachers, Resource Specialists, School nurses  OT, PT and related Health Professionals, Adult Education staff,  Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Learning Center staff, tutors etc.

Trainees must have a BA or equivalent.

 

Learn How Sensory Stress Affects Learning, Attention and Behavior   

Visual Stress is a major cause of learning and health problems such as headaches/migraines, season affective disorder, ADD/ADHD, perceptual dyslexia, poor depth perception, sensory processing disorders, anxieties, traumatic brain injury, and light sensitivity. Over 80% of learning is visual and over 25% of students in schools and colleges have visual problems serious enough to impact learning. This also affects many adults causing them headaches, depression and even difficulty with job advancement.


See the website at
www.irlenvisions.com  and Irlen Visions Facebook for more details about Irlen Syndrome and Method and for an updated calendar. 

 

Register by Email or mail. Irlen Visions

 530-891-4783 or shughes5@earthlink.net

809 Nancy Lane Chico CA 95926

 

 

This could be one of the most useful classes you have taken to give real help students and clients.

Many schools count it for Continuing Ed.