Structured Literacy ALPHABETIC PHONICS Intro Course, Oct 14-25, 2024
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Total Cost: $3,891.50 + materials tax
($3,150.00 tuition + we will invoice you for $741.50+ tax for materials)
PFLC provides $419.50 in materials and you will order $322.00 in materials.
Nonrefundable Deposit: $700.00
5 graduate credit hours available from Friends University for an additional $425
Cost includes the two-week course, five workshops and five observations during the course of a supervised practicum.
ENROLLMENT DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 25, 2023.
*Please call for the lower price if you are enrolled in Friends University’s Degree Program:
Master of Education (Teaching and Learning or Special Education)
Class location: Phillips Fundamental Learning Center
14533 E Sharon Lane, Wichita, KS 67230
Distance training is available.
Thousands of children each school year struggle to learn to read. One in five will be diagnosed with dyslexia. It's a national crisis. Sign up today for our Literacy Intervention Specialist course, Alphabetic Phonics. Alphabetic Phonics is Orton-Gillingham based and accredited by IMSLEC to help struggling readers learn to read.
Your Literacy Interventionist profession begins with this two week course. Upon completion of this program you may certify with the Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA) and advance your career. Become part of the national team addressing the literacy crisis. Learn to teach this evidence-based reading approach that we've been using for 22 years to successfully teach children to read. We are specialists in the field of Remedial Reading instruction for children, especially those who are dyslexic. Join now with the local and national ranks of Literacy Specialists in the fight for literacy for all children. Be a part of the Phillips Fundamental Learning Center outreach team of Alphabetic Phonics teachers who have been working for 22 years to change the way we teach children to read.
Materials will be provided at your arrival.
The content of all Phillips Fundamental Learning Center courses is evidenced-based and includes the integration of phonological awareness, letter recognition, decoding, comprehension, spelling, vocabulary, fluency practice, grammar and written composition skills.