Date(s) - Saturday, June 8, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The fundamentals that will be focused on are the different types of reinforcement and punishment (not to be confused with corporal punishment) procedures, motivation and how to use this to anticipate and shape behaviors, and how to determine functions of behavior crises. The function of behaviors will greatly determine what consequence should be used. An important but brief segment will be used to discuss automatic behaviors. These behaviors occur due to sensory needs, medication effects, and/or to get needs met. There will also be a segment focusing on agency systems and self-care. We would also plan at least 15 minutes for a question and answer session.
– The learner will be able to state the four different functions of behavior
– The learner will be able to describe the different types of reinforcement and punishment
– The learner will be able to use motivation to anticipate and shape behaviors
– The learner will be able to identify automatic behaviors
– The learner will be able to realize when self-care is needed
– The learner will be able to identify agency resources for help
This training has been approved for 3 hours of foster parent training credit.
Instructors: Tina Cobbs, BCBA; Jan Turbes, CHALLENGING behavior/Autism Specialist at NWAEA; Josh Cobb, Founder of Joyency
Location: Briar Cliff University, Hadden Hall, Room 096
Please print and fill out this certificate and bring it to the training. Have your caseworker and training facilitator sign the form to ensure you receive the CEUs available. Always notify your caseworker or recruiter of your intention to attend any of the training or support group events on this calendar. Acceptable proof would also include the signature of the trainer on either training materials or notes that includes the title and date of the training.
Bookings are closed for this event.