Training hours: 2.0
This short "concepts" course provides an introductory overview of PBS. Many people who challenge us with their behavior have been misunderstood and mistreated throughout their history. People with developmental disabilities and challenging behaviors, in particular, have been subject to a wide array of disrespectful, humiliating and even painful conditions in the name of “effective treatment”. PBS can assure excellent outcomes for people using respectful, non-aversive approaches.
Training hours: 45.0
This course covers scientifically based behavior change methods; functional assessment; observation methods; goal and objective writing; various reinforcement techniques; data collection and interpretation; and development and monitoring of an appropriate intervention based on the function of the problem behavior.
Training hours: 6.7
Proactive and Reactive Models of Behavior Support is a comprehensive overview of a model for planning support and interventions. The course emphasizes the efficacy of working proactively and minimizing the need for reactive responses to challenging behavior. With instruction how to use environmental, positive programming and positive behavior planning, while planning how to respond to behavior when it does occur, this course prepares you to plan for the best possible outcomes for the people you are working with.
Training hours: 4.0
As a result of completion of this short course, you will be able to Identify the phases of behavior; describe the role of the Support Staff during any of the Phases of behavior; explain the concept of Episodic Severity, and apply these skills to a scenario. You will also be able to identify and evaluate the core concepts of proactive models of support.
Training hours: 13.5
This Online review and assessment is a requirement to earn your Behavior Aide level 1 Certificate for the Santa Barbara SELPA.
Training hours: 16.0
This course is part 2 of Santa Barbara SELPA’s Behavior Aide Certificate program. This course is equivalent to 16 hours of face to face training. Topics covered will include advanced concepts in Applied Behavior Analysis, transitioning between activities, data collection, and proactive and reactive models of support planning.
As a result of completion of this course, the participant will be able to: • Identify the functions of a Supervisor • Describe the principles of supervision • Demonstrate knowledge of the critical thinking process • Demonstrate fundamental understand of the ethical and legal issues related to supervision
The purpose of this course is to explain the role, characteristics, and skills of a supervisor in relation to good practice.