iLs for Professionals

Course Prerequisite: Clinical/Educational Degree.

After you successfully complete the course, you may use the designation “iLs Associate” and are qualified to purchase iLs Focus Series Systems.

A Certificate will be emailed to you following successful completion of the entire course:

  1. attendance at training (either on-site or distance), and
  2. receipt of your quiz  (with passing score)

For your convenience, this course is offered in two formats: on-site and online. Choose one that works for you.



This 1-day training covers the curriculum in a hands-on interactive format and takes approximately 8 hours to complete. The online training covers iLs methodology via hard copy materials and an interactive webinar format, and takes approximately 3 hours to complete.
Pre-course reading materials and a quiz will be sent out to registered trainees prior to the course. The training materials are available immediately via the registration confirmation e-mail. Study materials will be mailed to trainees within the US and Canada.
Bring a completed quiz with you to the training. Send a completed quiz to iLs by email ( or fax (303-399-3418) prior to the webinar date.
Successful completion of the entire course will result in 1.4 AOTA CEU. Pro-rated credit will be awarded those who arrive late/leave early. Successful completion of the entire course will result in 10 contact hours or 1.0 AOTA CEU. Categories 1 (Domain of OT) and 2 (Occupational Therapy Process)

*Learners who successfully complete the practitioner training may attend any other Foundations & Implementation course at a “refresher” rate of just $75.

Upon successful completion of the course you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the relevance of the three frequency zones and how those frequencies impact our body and learning
  • Explain the fundamentals of sound processing
  • Demonstrate an understanding of iLs music selections, processing and treatment
  • Explain how sound, movement and visual tracking are combined as one program and how to implement programs with clients
  • Understanding the key elements that inform iLs methodology
  • Combine programs and individualize iLs
  • Use clinical assessment tools for program selection
  • Integrate iLs into a clinical practice or school setting, including home use
app-provider-rgbiLs is an American Occupational Therapy Association Approved Provider of continuing education. AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures.
cas-seal-logo-colorglobepng-1024x791iLs is an International Institute of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standard; Certified Autism Specialist Credential approved provider.