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The 21st Century BCBA Supervision Course Series

Knowledge and skills for effective supervision, ethical decision making, and staff training.

Time: 8 hours, 29 minutes
Credits: 
10 type-2 BACB Supervision CEs

Price: $99.00

This training program is based on the BACB Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline (2.0) but is offered independent of the BACB. View the BACB’s Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline (2.0).

Supervision Training

Our comprehensive, 8-hour Supervision Training prepares professionals to fulfill the role of supervising BCBA, BCaBA, and RBT candidates. This course addresses each of the six BACB content areas and features expert instructors from each respective discipline. Join us to learn from the best.

Focuses on the importance of being an excellent behavior analytic supervisor. Describes the ethical and professional aspects of being a good behavior analytic supervisor and how this affects service delivery, client outcomes, supervisee development and ultimately the field of behavior analysis as a whole. Provides insight into the dark side of supervision and how poor supervisory practices can lead to poor outcomes and a poor reputation of the science.

PRESENTERS:

Jose Martinez-Diaz, Corey Robertson, Kristin Myers-Kemp, Manuel Rodriguez, Thomas Freeman, & Shannon Biagi

Teaches the important features of the supervision process, including potential legal issues, supervisor requirements and special considerations for upcoming BCBAs and BCaBAs and ongoing supervision of BCaBAs and RBTs. Examples and samples of contracts and tracking sheets are provided and special considerations for remote supervision is also discussed. Additionally, supplementary information about effective supervision meetings will be presented.

Focuses on the importance of being an excellent behavior analytic supervisor. Describes the ethical and professional aspects of being a good behavior analytic supervisor and how this affects service delivery, client outcomes, supervisee development and ultimately the field of behavior analysis as a whole. Provides insight into the dark side of supervision and how poor supervisory practices can lead to poor outcomes and a poor reputation of the science.

PRESENTERS:

Jose Martinez-Diaz, Corey Robertson, Kristin Myers-Kemp, Manuel Rodriguez, Thomas Freeman, & Shannon Biagi

Takes an in-depth look at behavioral skills training, also known as BST. Outlines each step of the training protocol in great detail, including different types of instructions, using in-person and video modeling, how to monitor performance during rehearsal and some strategies for delivering effective feedback. Also delves into how to do BST with individuals as well as groups and pyramidal structures to increase efficiency and reduce costs of training supervisees. Explores how technology can be used in the training process, as well as what skills can potentially be taught using BST.

Focuses on the importance of being an excellent behavior analytic supervisor. Describes the ethical and professional aspects of being a good behavior analytic supervisor and how this affects service delivery, client outcomes, supervisee development and ultimately the field of behavior analysis as a whole. Provides insight into the dark side of supervision and how poor supervisory practices can lead to poor outcomes and a poor reputation of the science.

PRESENTERS:

Jose Martinez-Diaz, Corey Robertson, Kristin Myers-Kemp, Manuel Rodriguez, Thomas Freeman, & Shannon Biagi

Provides the tools to deliver effective performance feedback to individuals seeking certification as a BCBA, BCaBA, or RBT or to any other staff member in an organization. Emphasizes not only strategies for delivering performance feedback, but also accepting feedback as a supervisor, leaving participants with a concrete plan for delivering feedback using the science of organizational behavior management (OBM).

Focuses on the importance of being an excellent behavior analytic supervisor. Describes the ethical and professional aspects of being a good behavior analytic supervisor and how this affects service delivery, client outcomes, supervisee development and ultimately the field of behavior analysis as a whole. Provides insight into the dark side of supervision and how poor supervisory practices can lead to poor outcomes and a poor reputation of the science.

PRESENTERS:

Jose Martinez-Diaz, Corey Robertson, Kristin Myers-Kemp, Manuel Rodriguez, Thomas Freeman, & Shannon Biagi

Explores a crucial, yet often neglected, aspect of the process of supervising upcoming behavior analysts—evaluation, including whether supervisory practices are effective and analyzing why supervisees may not be performing as expected. Includes a worksheet to guide students through the BACB’s recommendations on evaluating the effects of one’s supervision practices, including looking at client outcomes, supervisee behavior, and supervision fidelity measures. Delves deeply into performance monitoring of supervisees and how to reduce reactivity and increase the acceptability of being monitored.

Focuses on the importance of being an excellent behavior analytic supervisor. Describes the ethical and professional aspects of being a good behavior analytic supervisor and how this affects service delivery, client outcomes, supervisee development and ultimately the field of behavior analysis as a whole. Provides insight into the dark side of supervision and how poor supervisory practices can lead to poor outcomes and a poor reputation of the science.

PRESENTERS:

Jose Martinez-Diaz, Corey Robertson, Kristin Myers-Kemp, Manuel Rodriguez, Thomas Freeman, & Shannon Biagi

Provides instruction related to the requirements from the BACB Supervisor Training Curriculum related to ongoing professional development, including the importance of ongoing professional development and the responsibility of BCBA supervisors to stay current with ABA best practices and research, learn from others, and work with others to remain competent throughout their career, as well as the supervisor’s responsibility for the ongoing professional development of their supervisees.

Focuses on the importance of being an excellent behavior analytic supervisor. Describes the ethical and professional aspects of being a good behavior analytic supervisor and how this affects service delivery, client outcomes, supervisee development and ultimately the field of behavior analysis as a whole. Provides insight into the dark side of supervision and how poor supervisory practices can lead to poor outcomes and a poor reputation of the science.

PRESENTERS:

Jose Martinez-Diaz, Corey Robertson, Kristin Myers-Kemp, Manuel Rodriguez, Thomas Freeman, & Shannon Biagi

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