Steve Ward, BCBA of Whole Child Consulting runs a 9.5-hour online training on the IGLR evaluation tool over 6 modules and to discusses programming and strategies from early to advanced learners. This training will not only bring you effective tools and techniques that will help you programme for your learners but it will also be interactive, fun and involve the participation from the audience from the original course and their experiences from the start. A training course packed with practice videos of therapy sessions and questions to the group.
During the training, Steve shows you some of his techniques such as calm counts that are helpful for building emotional regulation skills and discusses how a learner can develop healthy requests (mand repertoire) from the start. A jargon free training that aims to reach parents and practitioners of different backgrounds.
If your learner finds it difficult to learn social, language and other key skills it may be because they are in need of addressing pivotal areas that will help them learn to learn. What happens when your learner does not score enough to have their skills measured by certain evaluation tools? or when they score much higher than standard evaluation tools? The IGLR will be helpful in providing you with a learner profile that will help address areas that are not usually targeted in most behavioural analytical evaluation tools available.
IGLR Level 1: Purpose of the training: Scoring the IGLR tool, displaying results and prioritising initial areas to focus on. Demonstration of several techniques in practice via interactive videos. Games and fun ideas will be shared throughout the course.
This course is suitable for Board Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBAs), Qualified Behaviour Analysts (QBAs-QASP-S), UK Behaviour Analysts (UKBA, aUKBA) with at least 2 years experience, or those working under the supervision of a duly qualified supervisor or mentor (approved by the BACB, UK SBA or QABA Board).
|Instructor: Steve Ward, BCBA (Whole Child Consulting)
|Duration: 9.5 hours
|Monitoring check-ins: Quizzes after each module
|Format: Asynchronous online with videos and downloadable materials
Assess and score your learners based on repertoires identified in the IGLR.
Select and teach targeted learner repertoires.
Consider sensitive measures when collecting data on target behaviour.
Use dimensions grids to check prerequisite skills for selected teaching goals.
Use best techniques for healthy mand practice, tolerating delays and mand data collection.
Use calm counts to support learners in building emotional regulation and coping skills.
Level 1- Module 1: Getting started with the IGLR & Sensitive measures
Level 1- Module 2: Scoring, Making programming decisions & Readiness
Level 1- Module 3- Shaping, Distressed behaviour & Healthy manding
Level 1- Module 4- Calm counts
Module 5- Learning channels, Graphing the IGLR and 4 IGLR protocols
Final steps for course completion
- 60 lessons
- 9.5 hours of video content