IBT Offers Professionals Specialized Supervisor Training to Meet the Behavior Analyst Certification Board Requirements
The Institute for Behavioral Training (IBT) will host a training on Nov. 11, 2013, in Marina Del Rey, Calif., to teach professionals the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure effective supervision of individuals who are pursuing certification from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).
Participants of the Nov. 11 training will have the opportunity to learn and demonstrate understanding of: the purpose of supervision; important features of supervision, including a review of the BACB standards; the format and relevance of behavioral skills training; the proper way to deliver performance feedback; approaches for evaluating the effects of supervision; and methods for ongoing professional development for the supervisee. This training program is based on the BACB Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline but is offered independent of the BACB.
“Our goal is to facilitate the delivery of high-quality training services that result in client improvement,” said IBT director Cecilia Knight, MA, BCBA. “This training will provide attendees with important features of the effective supervision of those who deliver behavior analytic services.”
IBT is a leading training institute in the United States that provides innovative, cost-effective programs to meet the current and emerging needs of parents, caregivers, healthcare providers, and human service professionals across the globe. IBT provides parents and professionals who work with individuals with ASD customized training based on evidence-based techniques using applied behavior analysis (ABA) and offers four types of training programs, including eLearning, face-to-face training, BCBA supervision, and continuing education.
For more information about IBT, visit www.ibehavioraltraining.com.
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About the Institute for Behavioral Training
IBT is considered the one-stop training hub for individuals of all levels who interact with, teach, care for, and treat individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other development disorders. IBT's programs educate students, parents, professionals, and caregivers on evidence-based techniques using applied behavior analysis (ABA), so they can maximize progress when working with any individual. For more information about IBT, visit www.ibehavioraltraining.com.