APBA is pleased to list upcoming events sponsored by members, Affiliates, and Sponsors that include BACB Type 2 continuing education opportunities.
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|July 26, 2014||
Social Skills Interventions for Students with ASDs
We will be offering 3 CE credits for this event.
Houston, TX - The Shape of Behavior
|July 28, 2014||
North Carolina Association for Behavior Analysis
NCABA will be hosting two workshops at The Gathering Place in Winston-Salem, NC, that will provide six Type II continuing education credits for certified behavior analysts. The first workshop, presented by Duke Schell, PhD, BCBA-D, is titled, "Ethical Interactions Between Applied Behavior Analysis & Psychology". The second workshop, presented by Mark Stafford, MA, BCBA, is titled, "Using the VB-MAPP for Language Assessment & Planning". Each workshop will provide three CEs. Please go to the NCABA website for details regarding the workshops and registration at www.nc-aba.com.
|August 8, 2014||
2nd Annual ETHICS in Professional Practice Conference
Endicott College, Rose Performance Hall of The Walter J. Mannine - Beverly, MA
A one day conference featuring leaders in the fields of Psychology, Business, Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis.
CEs Pending: APA (Includes California Clinical Psychologists, LCSWs, MFTs and School Psychologists), BACB® and Teaching PDPs.
|August 16, 2014||
Ethics for Behavior Analysts
August 16, 2014
CEs Available: 3
|August 23, 2014||
Washington Association for Behavior Analysis
Our conference will include:
Peter Gerhardt- ABA, Adaptive Behavior, and Community Competence for Individuals with ASD: Adulthood as More Than the Sum of Individual Skills. (2 CEUs)
Shahla Ala\'i Rosales- Walking an Ethical Path: Supervision Guideposts for Intensive Behavioral Interventions (2 Ethics CEUs)
Kelly Ferris • 206-427-7697 • firstname.lastname@example.org
|September 12-13, 2014||
KYABA 2014 Fall Workshop (12 Free CEUs)
Friday, September 12, 2014:
|April 8 2014 - November 19 2014||
ACES Behavior Analysis in Education Series (BAES)
April 8, 2014 - Tyler Fovel - When Good Procedures Go Awry: How Coercion Infiltrates Everyday Instructional Programs and What to Do About It
July 9, 2014 - Erik Mayville, Clinical Director, Institute for Educaitonal Planning
September 24, 2014 - James C. McPartland, Director, Yale Developmental Disabilities Clinic
November 19, 2014 - Brian Reichow, Research Director, A. J. Pappanikou Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, & Service
Register at www.aces.org/workshops
|August 10, 2012||
Trumpet Behavioral Health Online CEUs
|October 8, 2013||
Type II Online CEUs from TheBehaviorAnalyst.com
TheBehaviorAnalyst.com, a provider of online CEUs since 2010, hosts several CEU offerings from a variety of individuals. Included in the offerings are a number of autobiographical videos from the (R)Evolution of Behavior Analysis project.
A partial list of participants in the project whose video are available includes:
Other videos are extended demonstrations, such as teaching operant conditioning skills to animal trainers, a great video for those who have never done basic research or experienced animal lab work.
CEUs are affordable, and are offered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
|May 7, 2014||
Visionary and Founder of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board
Presents a compilation of an interview by Mark Sundberg and reflections of many individuals (Richard Malott, James Carr, Judith Favell, Jim Johnston, Neil Martin, Paolo Moderato, Sharon Chien, Jane Howard, Jose Martinez-Diaz and others) to commemorate Dr. Shook\'s outstanding contributions to the field of behavior analysis. Includes Dr. Shook\'s background, the history of the BACB, international expansion, autism work and university influence, as well as future challenges for the field.
|Oct. 18, 2012 --||A Functional Analysis of Behavior (FAB) Model for School Settings||Website|