|Next intake||Listed Below (All courses are from Monday to Friday)|
For venue, please enquire with the country representatives listed in the brochure
|Time||8am to 4pm|
|Malaysia||1 – 5 June|
|Singapore||8 – 12 June|
|Taiwan||9 – 13 November|
|Philippines||16 – 20 November|
|Singapore||30 November – 4 December|
|Registration fee (non-refundable)||$350.00 (SGD)|
|Course fee (includes materials)||$2,700.00 (SGD)|
|Total Fees Payable||$3,050.00 (SGD)|
|Early Bird Promotion (by 15 September 2019)||$2,850.00 (SGD)|
This course is accredited by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA).
Materials given include more than 6,000 worksheets on a thumbdrive and multiple decks of cards given.
*Applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Candidates may have to undergo an interview. Adam State University in Colorado has authorized Ronald Yoshimoto to offer the OG course at the MSL Centre for graduate level credits. Individuals having a Bachelors degree will be able to receive three graduate level credits upon completion of the course.
Our Trainer: Ronald Yoshimoto, M.Ed., M.S.W., Accredited Fellow, AOGPE
An internationally renowned expert on dyslexia, Ron is the former Vice-President of The Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators (AOGPE) and former President of the Hawaii Branch for the International Dyslexia Association (IDA). He was also the Principal and Director of the Teacher Training and Outreach Program of ASSETS School in Honolulu, The ASSETS School is specially set up for dyslexics and gifted dyslexics.
Ron’s engaging style, hands-on approach and ability to engage all learners have made him a favourite among the teachers and parents he works with. He has had more than 25 years experience in training teachers/parents and working with dyslexics. Ron has presented extensively in dyslexia conferences in U.S.A and Canada.
A master OG trainer and an Accredited Fellow of the AOGPE , he has trained thousands of individuals and public school teachers in Hawaii, continental U.S., Canada, Hong Kong, Australia, and Singapore.