Upcoming training opportunities from the Feuerstain Training Centre:
Instrumental Enrichment Basic Level 1 Course
Monday 4th June - Friday 8th June, 2018
8.30am - 5.30pm
Instrumental Enrichment Standard Level 1 Course
Monday 14th May - Friday 18th May, 2018
8.30am - 5.30pm
Course Venue for all courses:
Holiday Inn, Stewartfield Way, East Kilbride, Glasgow, G74 5LA, Scotland. OR
Bruce Hotel, 35 Cornwall Street, East Kilbride, Glasgow, G74 1AF Scotland
Course tutor Billy O'Neill is a CPD provider listed on the Learning Teaching Scotland national CPD register.
Evaluations from training courses
“The information and Billy’s style of delivery was excellent.
Excellent and enthusiastic presentation.”
“Useful & interesting day. Can’t wait to get started.”
“Lots of inspiration to try this and a real understanding of why.
Billy was an excellent speaker.”
“Pace of day was great. Very enthusiastic about working with these instruments”.
“Lots of excellent information, from a passionate speaker.”
Please contact Accredited Trainer Billy O’Neill for further information about Feuerstein training courses:
Tel: +44 (0)1355 243635 or 0753 869 3092
About Trainer Billy O’Neill
Billy O’ Neill is an Accredited Trainer for Professor Reuven Feuerstein’s International Centre for the Enhancement of Learning Potential (ICELP) in Jerusalem, Israel and is the Director of the Feuerstein Authorised Training Centre in Scotland.
Billy was Depute Headteacher at a school for students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. He has taught in mainstream schools, special schools and residential schools. He introduced Feuerstein’s Instrumental Enrichment programme (IE) and Learning Propensity Assessment Device (LPAD) to his school in 1992 and 1996 respectively - which led to staff in special schools, support bases and mainstream schools in authorities across Scotland being actively involved in training and practice using IE and LPAD. In 1994 he piloted IE in his school.
(G. Head and W. O’Neill. 1999. Introducing Feuerstein’s Instrumental Enrichment in a school for children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Support for Learning. British Journal of Learning Support Volume 14 No.3:122-128).
Following intensive research, training and piloting of Feuerstein’s theory and methodology he decided to place the theory and methodology of Feuerstein at the centre of his school’s philosophy and to integrate the principles and practices of mediated learning experience into the curriculum. He teaches and assesses students, supervises and trains staff and is regularly invited to lecture at schools, conferences and universities throughout Scotland. His pioneering work was nominated for a COSLA Excellence Award in Education in 2002/3.