With many decades of experience in continuing education in ASI, the leaders at CLASI have developed the Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration (CASI) with an emphasis on optimal learning methods for the various types of content. The result is a six module hybrid program which provides the convenience of self-paced, online learning with onsite learning for hands-on concepts that are enhanced through mentored experiences and feedback. 

Upon completion of the program, learners will critique, analyze, and use advanced theoretical-practical tools of assessment and intervention for best practice using ASI Theory and Practice. 


CLASI CASI Modules 1, 2, 4, and 5 are offered through online training, and Modules 3 and 6 are offered live at a site of your choice. Each module will provide 30 hours of training, including the assignments, for a total of 180 hours for the program. CLASI is an approved provider of continuing education units (CEU) by the American Occupational Therapy Association. Enroll Now. 

The CLASI CASI Modules are as follows:


Module 1 (online)

Module 1 is a research-based series of lessons that provide a foundation in ASI theory. We strongly advise that prior to starting, you familiarize yourself with the seminal texts such as Ayres’ Sensory Integration and the Child (2005), available through https://www.wpspublish.com. Additional required and recommended readings are available at www.cl-asi.org/readings/ 

*Access to module materials are available for one year.


Module 2 (online)

Module 2 introduces the learner to information on direct and indirect assessments including the Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests (SIPT) through https://www.wpspublish.com and the Evaluation in Ayres Sensory Integration (EASI) (Mailloux, Parham & Smith Roley, 2016, in process).

*Access to module materials are available for one year.


Module 3 (onsite)

Module 3 provides hands-on practice and review of all aspects of sensory integration and praxis with a variety of assessments introduced in module 2. Participants will be able to clarify any questions they have about the information presented in the online instruction, practice assessment administration and scoring with peers, and when possible, practice the assessments with children brought in to the course.

*You select course location. US location options here.


MOdule 4 (online)

Module 4 provides information on using research to guide the interpretation of assessment data, linking findings to participation strengths and challenges, and guiding intervention planning. Participants prepare a case study for analysis. 

*Access to module materials are available for one year.


Module 5 (online)

Module 5 introduces the research and manualized methods of ASI intervention, including the Fidelity to ASI Intervention measure that assists researchers and clinicians in distinguishing between interventions that are faithful to the principles of ASI and those that do not meet the criteria.

*Access to module materials are available for one year.


Module 6 (onsite)

Module 6 provides the opportunity for therapists to observe experts in ASI intervention strategies work with children in a clinic which meets the criteria outlined in the Fidelity Measure. Participants bring a completed case to the course for analysis in group discussions, including interpretation of assessment findings, identified outcomes, and intervention strategies, design, and refinement of the fidelity to the ASI intervention principles.

*You select course location. US location options here. 


Have more questions? Please visit our frequently asked questions page. 

*Note that modules 1, 2, 4, and 5 are offered through online training and modules 3 and 6 are offered live at a site of your choice. You must have access to the internet with live-streaming capability. Completion of all 6 modules, including assignments, is required for the CLASI CASI – Certificate in ASI.