IL-NET Online Shopping Cart

To use the shopping cart, click on the "Add to Cart" button for each session in which you wish to enroll. When you are finished, click on the "View Cart/Checkout" button and proceed to checkout. You must use your credit card for payment.

Our online class size is limited. We sometimes limit the number of individuals from one organization. This allows the IL-NET to serve more centers and SILCs and encourages a broader dialog among participants from many organizations. We do not discourage anyone from registering to get into the class, and if space permits, we may allow additional people from a single organization to be selected as a student.

PLEASE KEEP THIS NOTE: When you receive your credit card bill, the merchant/vendor charges will appear as MHHS - The Institute for Rehabilitation & Research. Your bill will not indicate ILRU or IL-NET.

PLEASE NOTE: Submitting the online registration is NOT a guarantee that you are in the class. Registrations are processed in the order received. Class slots are limited. Register early. Acceptance notices will be sent shortly AFTER the registration closing date.

Assessing Risk & Diverting Institutional Placement

Course Dates: August 6 - 24, 2018
Registration Deadline: July 20, 2018

Refund Policy

Withdrawals, requests for refunds or requests to apply tuition to a future course must be received in writing by email to ilru@ilru.org BEFORE the first day of the course; otherwise no refund or credit can be made. Only a limited number of participants can be accepted for each course. Withdrawals prevent others from participating. Registrations are transferable at the discretion of ILRU and may be done only before the beginning of the course.

Other Requirements and Prerequisites

To participate in an IL-NET online course you must have access to a computer or another device with an Internet connection; a broadband connection is preferable. The Canvas platform used by IL-NET can be accessed using Internet Explorer or Mozilla Fire Fox. You should have basic computer skills, i.e., know how to save files, download files from the internet, a working knowledge of an internet browser, (Internet Explorer or Fire Fox), and any specialized applications you use to make the computer accessible to you (such as screen reading software). If you know how to use email (such as Outlook) and a word processor (such as Microsoft Word), you may find it easier to use the course platform.