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    Continuing Education Courses
 
     
     
     
 
* The BACB® does not endorse Navigation Behavioral Consulting (NBC) LLC.
  NBC, LLC is a Type II provider. Provider #OP-11-2108
 
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Online Courses Offered:

PAID COURSES

1. 8 Hour Required Supervision Training 9.5 Type II BACB CEUs
  $50 This course fulfills the requirements for the BACB required 8 hour supervision training. This training program is based on the BACB Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline but is offered independent of the BACB. This course consists of a combination of lecture, ASRs, and applied practice. Completion of the course includes 9.5 Type II CEUs.

2. Are you training analysts or interventionists? Providing Effective and Ethical BACB Supervision 4 Type II BACB CEUs (3 Supervision CEUs and 1 Ethics CEU)
  $30 The Behavior Analyst Certification Board provides guidelines to Board Certified Behavior Analysts for provision of effective supervision. However, discussions on social media forums such as Facebook raise concerns about the quality of supervision received by students in the field of Behavior Analysis. This webinar focuses on discussing key components in providing effective supervision, teaching supervisees to engage in problem solving using the evidence based practice framework, and how to promote behavior analytic skills over solely implementing interventions. The webinar provides information to attendees about how to provide effective supervision to supervisees in accordance with BACB guidelines for supervision and the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code. A large focus is placed on teaching supervisees to problem solve, which is a required topic in the BACB supervision curriculum. 

Learning Objectives. Participants will be able to:


  1. Explain the difference between an analyst and interventionist

  2. Explain the 3 prongs of the Evidence-Based Practice Model

  3. Identify how the EBP model is different from empirically supported treatments.

  4. Explain how the BACB PECC supports the use of the three pronged EBP model

  5. Train others to apply the 3 pronged EBP model

  6. Identify evidence-based methods for teaching problem solving


Format:


This webinar is completed on your own pace and never expires. The presentation is conducted via a recorded interactive PowerPoint presentation.

3. Rediscover Your Roots: Putting the Analysis Back in Behavior Analysis. Part 1: Barriers to Learning presented by Dr. Megan Miller, BCBA-D 3 Type II BACB CEUs
  $30 Many behavior analysts are trained on curricula instead of receiving training on how to use behavior analytic research to analyze learner behavior. This is a skill set that one must possess to be an effective behavior analyst. While no one checklist, training, or curriculum can teach this skill in its entirety, the purpose of this webinar is to provide behavior analysts training on identifying common barriers to learning and addressing them using the science of behavior analysis.

Learning Objectives. Participants will be able to:


  1. Identify poor learner performance,

  2. Explain why it is important to address poor learner performance

  3. Determine if a faulty behavior chain exists and explain how to address it

  4. Teach learners to overcome common skill deficits that interfere with learner performance

  5. Address common challenging behaviors that interfere with learner performance


Format:


This webinar is completed on your own pace and never expires. The presentation is conducted via a recorded interactive PowerPoint presentation. This webinar includes video examples within the webinar and additional video examples of barriers to learning and programs to address them. To see the video examples prior to purchasing the course go to: www.youtube.com/user/navigationaba.

*All course participants receive access to a document that contains several sample programs for targeting skills such as "give me", "tolerating no", "wait", and "conditioning new reinforcers".


4. Traditional Escape Extinction: Ethical Considerations and a Review of Alternatives presented by Dr. Megan Miller, BCBA-D 2 Type II ETHICS BACB CEUs
  $30 Behavior analytic intervention programs frequently include the use of forced prompting to earn compliance with demands and reduce escape maintained challenging behavior. This approach is effective but can result in an increase in challenging behavior if the challenging behavior is also maintained by attention or can be difficult to implement with clients who are larger in size. Additionally, caregivers and staff may not accept the use of forced prompting and may not implement the procedure during the naturally occurring routine, which also reduces the effectiveness of the procedure. The purpose of this webinar is to explore ethical considerations regarding the use of forced prompting by drawing from the BACB Ethical and Professional Compliance Code and Van Houten et al. (1988). Additionally, the presentation will explore how the 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control addresses these ethical considerations and whether research in the basic or applied areas supports alternatives to forced prompting such as the 7 Steps as viable options for reducing escape maintained challenging behavior.

Learning Objectives. Participants will be able to:


  1. Explain at least four issues that arise when using traditional escape extinction procedures

  2. Explain how traditional escape extinction procedures hamper the public's image of behavior analysis

  3. Explain how the BACB PECC applies to the four issues with traditional escape extinction

  4. Describe the 7 steps of instructional control

  5. Provide at least 3 descriptions from basic and applied research that supports the use of alternatives to traditional escape extinction

  6. Describe future research that needs to be conducted relating to traditional escape extinction


Format:


This webinar is completed on your own pace and never expires. The presentation is conducted via a recorded interactive PowerPoint presentation. This webinar includes video examples within the webinar and additional video examples of alternatives to traditional escape extinction on YouTube. To see the video examples prior to purchasing the course go to: www.youtube.com/user/navigationaba

*All course participants receive access to a google drive folder with a copy of the PowerPoint and recommended resources.



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