ABA Online Program Brings Back The Secrets of Modern Parenting Oct. 5
MELBOURNE, FLA.—Florida Institute of Technology’s Applied Behavior Analysis Online Program, in partnership with ABA Technologies, Inc., announces the return of the Continuing Education workshop, “The Secrets of Modern Parenting.” Part of the Train the Practitioner series, the workshop begins on October 5 and will be presented in video format.
The topics in this series reflect the most important issues to both parents and practitioners. Topics include building relationships to reduce children’s behaviors to gain inappropriate attention; gaining compliance at home; eliminating triggers for arguing; promoting strategies to reduce or eliminate lying; and putting an end to tantrums, backtalk and disrespect.
The course is presented by the Advanced Behavioral Group staff who are all board certified. They are Karin Torsiello, director of operations; Paula Leonardo, Southwestern instructional director; and Angelique Walsh, Northeastern instructional director. Instructors will also be available for two live online meetings with their students.
The Florida Tech behavior analysis courses meet the instructional requirements for certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. and the Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst examinations. The online course will earn students 10 BACB Type 2 continuing education units.
The cost of the course is $149. Students will need to purchase the “Secrets of Modern Parenting” DVD series, offered at a discounted rate of $99 plus shipping and handling.
The workshop is expected to attract parents and practitioners who are teaching parents to execute behavior change procedures. For more information, contact email@example.com. To register, visit http://www.fit.edu/aba/ceu.