The Training Curriculum for Supervisors of ABA Technicians in Autism Programs is specifically designed to meet the ongoing demand for qualified supervisors in the autism field. This essential training manual serves as a foundational course for both new and experienced supervisors, providing instruction on leading evidence-based methods. In addition to providing the materials necessary to help individuals meet the BCBA training requirements set by the Behavior Analyst Certification BoardTM, the curriculum provides instruction for the day-to-day skills necessary to supervise Registered Behavior TechniciansTM (RBTs).
ABA agencies, in particular, will be able to use the curriculum to provide a base level of understanding of the supervision skills needed to oversee a wide spectrum of employees who provide ABA services. In addition to highlighting supervision techniques for Registered Behavior TechniciansTM, the manual provides instruction on supervising therapists, teaching assistants and instructors.
Designed to equip professionals with the skills needed to meet industry standards in the field of ABA Therapy, The Training Curriculum for Supervisors of ABA Technicians in Autism Programs is an essential resource for initial and ongoing supervisory training. When preparing for their certification exams, individuals can use it as a study guide after completing training requirements.
The guide also is ideal for individuals and agencies seeking quality instruction on improving their skills beyond fieldwork experiences; it provides comprehensive guidance on handling the day-to-day challenges in the workplace.
The curriculum outlined in The Training Curriculum for Supervisors of ABA Technicians in Autism Programs is performance- and competency-based, requiring trainees to meet on-the-job criteria to successfully complete the training. It features exercises and activities at the end of each chapter, along with answers for supervisors and technicians.