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.
First Aid Certification Course
Training hours: 5.0
Visual supports are a way of making auditory information visual. Visual Supports are an effective instructional tool. Visual supports organize a sequence of events, enhancing the student's ability to understand, anticipate and participate in those events. Visual supports supplement verbal instruction, clarifying the information for the student and increasing comprehension.
Training hours: 13.0
This course is designed to do more than just "tick the box"! Harassment in the Workplace is fully AB 1825 compliant and is defensible in law. By completing this course you will learn how to prevent discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace
Training hours: 4.5
This course is a summary of key elements of the Privacy Rule including who is covered, what information is protected, uses and disclosures of protected health information, and individual rights provided in the Act. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was enacted by the US Congress in 1996 and became effective July 1st, 1997.
As a result of completion of this Introduction to Supervision course, the participant will be able to: • Describe the function of professional supervision in your field of work. • Explain the purpose of professional supervision in your field of work. • Demonstrate and understanding of how to effectively participate in professional supervision.
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: 5.0
Introduction to Behaviorism Provides you with a fundamental background on what behaviorism is and the history and research that has lead to the techniques we use today in applied behavior analysis. This course is an excellent pre-cursor to any of the CoAHS ABA programs.