Continuing Education Eligibility (Included):
1.5 BACB Supervision or Learning
1.5 QABA General or Supervision
As an effective supervisor, one must possess the ability to train and shape the next generation of behavior analytic practitioners from those seeking to become a credentialed ABA practitioner (like a BCBA or BCaBA) to individuals who are credentialed as a BCaBA or RBT and require ongoing supervision. One way to accomplish this is by obtaining ongoing professional development in the area of supervision to maximize your ability to effectively support your supervisees in becoming a Minimal Viable Clinician (MVC).
- Describe the scope of practice of multi-tiered credentialed professionals (i.e. BCBA-D, BCBA, BCaBA, RBTs)
- Define and list methods of ensuring ongoing professional development as a supervisor
- Define and list methods of ensuring ongoing professional development for your supervisees.
Please note: If you are seeking the initial supervision coursework, please scroll down to the bottom and select the series to meet the mandated initial curriculum criteria.
This session is part of our Behavior Analyst Supervision Webinar Training Series 2.0 which contains 6 individual modules (4 of which are recorded) that provide 7 hours of training. And 2 additional LIVE Webinar modules on Ethics with Dr. Jon Bailey, BCBA-D, and our LIVE What Makes a Great Supervisor brings the total training hours to 11.
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