Module 2 (five days of instruction)

The aim of module 2 is for students to become competent in the administration, interpretation and evaluation of tests using the INPP Diagnostic Assessment. Instruction is provided in the use of subtests for

  • Gross Muscle Coordination and Balance
  • Patterns of Motor Development
  • Cerebellar Involvement
  • Dysdiadochokinesia
  • Primitive and Postural Reflexes
  • Laterality
  • Oculo-motor Functioning
  • Visual Perception

Seminar discussion based on case studies using INPP Developmental Screening Questionnaire is included.

Assignments following Module 2

1) Students are required to use The INPP Diagnostic Assessment on a minimum of 6 subjects (24 hours). Use of the INPP assessment instrument involves the administration and accurate scoring of tests and interpretation of results.

2) Students must also continue to carry out continuous background reading of recommended texts (from each section of the Reading List).


This course is designed for anyone with an undergraduate degree and professional qualifications as well as a minimum of five years of experience in a field allied to Education, Medicine or Psychology. This includes Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech/Language Therapy.

A full curriculum vitae is required on application, along with supporting documentation.