BACB Continuing Education Events
The Tizard Centre are now offering CEU events at the University of Kent, Canterbury as an approved Continuing Education Provider with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
20 February 2019 - Bethan Mair Williams "Integrating speech and language therapy with Applied Behaviour Analysis: an overview of current British initiatives and research"
Attendance to this event is free but if you wish to obtain a CEU there will be a charge of £5: 1 Type 2 CEU available.
Registration and payment for these events is via the University of Kent online store.
An online version of this event will be available for purchase after the event.
BACB Continuing Education Units Online Journal Club
The Tizard Centre are pleased to announce a new programme of online discussion groups for BCBAs and BCaBAs to obtain BACB CEUs. The Journal Club will be run via videoconferencing and allow delegates to join in discussions about topical subjects within the field. Each discussion will be facilitated by a professional with expertise in the topic and will focus on a recent (freely available) research article, enabling attendees to maintain knowledge of research developments in the field and consider how the findings can be translated into their practice. One Type 2 CEU will be available for each event, and attendance will cost £5 per event.
The first Journal Club event will be facilitated by Ciara Gunning (NUI Galway) on the 13 March 2019 16:00-17:00hrs, focusing on teaching school readiness skills using the Preschool Life Skills Program.
This event will also be co-facilitated by Dr. Ciara Padden (Tizard Centre). The research article relating to this event is:
Gunning, C., Holloway, J., & Healy, O. (2018). Evaluating the preschool life skills program to teach school readiness skills: An Irish pilot study. European Journal of Behaviour Analysis, DOI: 10.1080/15021149.2018.1531962.
Booking for this event will be available soon.
Other planned events include an event in May 2019 facilitated by Thanos Vostanis focusing on precision teaching, and an event in July 2019 facilitated by Prof. Peter McGill focusing on system wide PBS. Further details will be posted as they become available.