SCEL Training

Training at SCEL

Although the training conducted at SCEL is typically for classroom teachers, it is also appropriate for school administrators, educational therapists, staff development specialists, and parents.

(All classes are in English)

Training at SCEL is usually scheduled for the last three weeks in June, during the time of the Southeastern Conference on Cognitive Enrichment’s Summer Workshops. However, training at SCEL is available during other times of the year, depending on client and subsequent facility and staff availability.

Classes during the Summer Workshops typically run from Monday through Friday, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.

See Training Dates for our summer workshop schedule.

Materials & Meals

The training fees posted for the Summer Workshops include all materials, a light lunch and two breaks each day. (Participants will have a choice for their lunch, with special dietary needs accommodated when possible, with advanced notice.)

Evening meals will be on your own, but information will be available about restaurants in the area. Usually, at least one evening meal is planned for the group.


A list of nearby accommodations will be provided.

Certified Lead Trainers

One certified lead trainer will be assigned to each class, with assistant trainers assigned as needed, based on class size. Participants should be able to establish an ongoing relationship with their trainer who will serve as a resource person for class members even after the training is over. We hope persons who have received training at SCEL will feel free to contact us concerning any questions or concerns that might arise following training.

Additional classes will be scheduled whenever interest warrants.

Learning Propensity Assessment Device (LPAD) Training

Training fees and dates for LPAD Training at SCEL will be determined by ICELP.

Trainers Classes

Trainers Classes are offered only by ICELP.

For additional information about training at SCEL, contact Training Coordinator, Pam Hull at

Please check our Training Dates to see a current schedule for SCEL summer training.

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Our Theoretical Base

Professor Reuven Feuerstein's programs are based on two very important theoretical principles – Structural Cognitive Modifiability and Mediated Learning Experience. For an elaboration of these theories, go to the ICELP web site at

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Pam Hull, Training Coordinator
(770)855-5618 (ph)
(678)890-4001 (fax)

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