The ABA Training Modules are designed to teach basic ABA theories, definitions, principles and common practices that can be used in any setting and with people of any age group. The audiences targeted for this training include: parents, teachers, paraprofessionals, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapist, and those interested in ABA.
There are 2 modes of delivery.
1)The Learner Mode is designed so that the user can study basic ABA principles and answer a variety of questions with detailed feedback for each of the 5 modes. These 5 modes include:Module 1:ABA Theory and Basics, Module 2: Differential Reinforcement, Functions of Behaviors, Module 3: ABA Data Collection, Module 4: Antecedents Interventions and Samples of Common Interventions, and Module 5: Basic ABA Practical Applications.
2)The Test Mode is designed for users to demonstrate. A comprehensive knowledge of ABA. The user can achieve a Certificate of Completion.
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board ("BACB") does not sponsor, approve or endorse the developer, the materials, information or the sessions identified herein.
Before using ABA interventions in any setting to help a person or persons it is imperative to conduct a professional assessment to determine functions of behaviors by a BCBA or someone qualified to perform the assessment.