The United Kingdom EASI International Normative Data Collection Project is now closed for sign up by therapists in the United Kingdom.

If you would like more information abut the EASI please see our website

More information is also available on the CLASI website

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To find our how to convert your face to face SIPT to EASI (ASI Wise CLASI or SAISI pre 2021 and SIN pre 2017) or to supplement your assessment learning with the EASI (prior SIE assessment learning online SI2 and SI3), please complete the APEL enquiry form at

To link up with your country or local England Area Community of Practices, please see

To join your local What’sApp group please see

Please introduce yourself as you join so that your local leads can know who you are, where you are based and get in touch.

REGISTER TODAY (if you have not previously registered).Testing of 5 typical children will mean that you can receive credits for the ASI Wise CLASI Certification in Ayres SI. The M2 and M3 CLASI credits are awarded to testers who train to administer the EASI, practice administration and then test 5 typical children, submitting this data to the INDC project via the dedicated research portal REDCAP*.

The very last opportunity for any therapists to volunteer to join the EASI Normative International Normative Data Collection Project Team for the United Kingdom closed at 5pm on 30 July 2021. After this date all applications received during Covid-19 will be processed, and therapists will receive their training logins.

*Ethics on hold. Please be aware that due to Covid-19 restrictions still in place, restart of the ethics has not yet been agreed.