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Behavioural Interventionist (BI) Basic Training Workshop – Kelowna
Saturday May 25 & Sunday May 26, 2019
9:30am - 4:30pm
Join us for a two-day training workshop on the implementation of autism behaviour plans. You will leave this course with knowledge and practical tools you can use in the classrooms, or home environment. Past attendees have included, parents, community group leaders, students, educators, classroom assistants and other individuals who work with/support children with an ASD diagnosis. Upon completion of this 2-day course you will be sent a certificate to confirm your attendance.
Topics to be covered each day include:
Core elements of discrete trial teaching
Functions and behaviour
Process of teaching from introductory to generalization to mastery
The process of accurate data collection
Antecedent and established operations
Reinforcement assessment of preference
Prompting and prompt-fading strategies
Analysis of data
Peer play facilitation
Maintenance and generalization of learned skills
Location: Room E303, on the 3rd floor of the Centre for Teaching and Learning Building at Okanagan College - Kelowna Campus (1000 KLO Road, Kelowna)
AutismBC Member Cost: $115*
Non-Members Cost: $145
Refreshment will be provided, but participants are responsible for their own lunch.
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Meet your instructor: Julee Bassetto
Julee is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). She designs comprehensive applied behaviour analytic or ABA programs for students diagnosed with autism in the home, school and community settings. Julee has worked with students ranging from 21 months to 27 years old in all areas of the autism spectrum.
In addition to providing behaviour analytic services to individuals diagnosed with autism, Julee also teaches the Principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis course at Surrey College which is designed to teach people how to be qualified support workers for students with autism within the Surrey School District.
Julee completed a Master of Education degree in Developmental Disabilities with a Concentration in Autism at the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from University of Fraser Valley.
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