Training hours: 1.0
As a result of completion of this short course, you will be able to describe the possible causes of Autism and explain why there is currently no single definite identified cause.
Training hours: 1.5
As a result of completion of this short course, you will be able to identify the main causes of challenging behaviors and explain the function of behaviors that people exhibit.
Training hours: 2.8
Challenging behavior is the one thing that continues to consume our time, resources and emotion in the work we do. The more efficient we become at supporting people to change their behavior, the closer we get to achieving the outcomes we strive toward. Understanding whether our efforts to support behavior change are working, is the foundation of any effective behavior support plan. To know this....we need data! Data Collection is a "quick course" of study in why we need to collect data and covers the fundamentals of how to do so. This includes graphing and how to ensure the data you collect is reliable.
Training hours: 4.0
As a result of completion of this course, you will be able to Identify the purpose of Discrete Trial Teaching; explain how Discrete Trial Teaching is conducted and compare and contrast the benefits and limitations of Discrete Trial Teaching.
Training hours: 3.0
As a result of completion of this short course, you will be able to Identify the different types of prompts used to teach new skills, and explain the hierarchy of prompts. You will also be able to explain strategies you can use to maximize motivation.
Training hours: 45.0
This course covers child development, atypical developmental, developmental influences, learning and cognitive development, with most of the material focused on infancy through adolescence.
As a result of completion of this course, the participant will be able to: • Identify what elements create a successful supervision environment. • Recall what issues can negatively impact on supervision. • Explain the policies related to supervision. • Identify situations in which policies and procedures can help to deal with performance concerns.
Training hours: 4.75
This course is designed to assist interventionists in developing effective working relationships when teaching individuals with autism. This important first step in teaching is often overlooked when supporting individuals with autism but is critical for success in teaching. The importance of identify meaningful reinforcers and building motivation are reviewed. In addition, strategies for increasing the persons responsiveness to your instruction are covered to promote success in your teaching efforts.