Continuing Education Eligibility (Included):
1.5 BACB Supervision or Learning
1.5 QABA General or Supervision
A major goal for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is to support behavioral change that has a socially significant positive impact for the client, this notion is true for supervision as well. Just as our consumers’ programs include maintenance and generalization of mastered skills, our supervisees require the same attention and goals. This makes sense, as many of our supervisees will be completing assessments, and creating programs and training once they have acquired their credentials. To achieve this level of independence for your supervisees, utilizing Behavioral Skills Training (BST) is key to shaping them into effective practitioners.
- Describe Behavioral Skills Training (BST) and its necessary components as it relates to supervision and oversight.
- Define and summarize research in staff training using BST
- Identify examples of the use of BST to train in the following supervision skill areas:
- Fundamental behavioral change procedures
- Specialized procedures
- Data collection and analyses
- Case conceptualization
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.
The goal of this supervision series was to exceed the minimum requirements set forth in Supervision Curriculum 2.0. We accomplished this by beginning with a LIVE Webinar that lays the foundation with a module on What Makes a Great Supervisor? and ending with a LIVE Webinar on Best Practices in Ethical Supervision with Dr. Jon Bailey. We offer each module as a stand-alone option to support your learning needs.
MANDATORY DISCLAIMER: The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (“BACB”) does not sponsor, approve or endorse Special Learning, the materials, information, or sessions identified herein.
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