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.
This certificate program consists of the QABA Pre-approved 6 course series. Each course is equivalent to 45 hours and 3 credits. The QBA Certificate Program is equivalent to 270 classroom hours. Each course has been approved through our partner Brandman University for 3 graduate professional development credits for those who need the credit hours.
This mini course will cover the additional content in the 2nd Edition Task List for those individuals testing under the 2nd Edition Task List but who completed the 1st Edition Task List coursework.
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. This course meets the eight hours of supervision content required by the QABA for QASP certification.
Training hours: 9.5
This course has been designed to give you an increased awareness and understanding of challenging behaviors, and help you to understand some strategies to help prevent challenging behaviors from occurring while supporting people when they do.