• Behavior Tools Training Information
     
     
    Behavior Tools Training Requirements:
     
    LevelInitial Training
    Requirements
    Re-certification
    Requirements
    Cost for Training
    at 916
    (per person)
    Cost for Training
    at your District
    (1 Instructor)
    Basic
    Instructor
    14 hours w/ PCMAnnual (w/ 6 mo. grace period):
    online w/ video role-play
    Instructor14 hours w/ PCMAnnual (w/ 6 mo. grace period):
    online w/ video role-play
    Basic
    Practitioner
    6 hours (1 day)NA - booster training packets
    can be ordered
    $75.00$250.00
    Practitioner6 hours (1 day)NA - booster training packets
    can be ordered
    $75.00$250.00
    (Cost for training at your district is for instructor only; there will be additional costs for necessary materials)
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    6 hour staff (practitioner) training sessions can be broken up into shorter segments
     
    Class size:  Up to 15 participants
     
     
    Behavior Tools Curriculum:
     
    "Basic" Course 1:
     
     
    Identify coercion and punishment commonly used to change behavior
     
    Identify the effects of coercive and punishment on people
     
    Demonstrate the steps of the Stay Close Tool
     
    Describe the benefits of using Stay Close Tool
     
    Describe the value of, and demonstrate empathy statements
     
    Describe the “tip the scales to the behavior you want” perspective
     
    Define behavior, consequences, reinforcement and its effects
     
    Demonstrate the steps of Use Reinforcement Tool
     
    Define “Junk Behavior” and Discuss Why it Happens
     
    Demonstrate the steps of the Pivot Tool
    "Practitioner" Course 2:
     
    Define behavior function and describe how it can be used to plan replacement behaviors
     
    Demonstrate the steps of the Redirect Behavior Tool
     
    Discuss how to effectively set expectations with someone
     
    Demonstrate the steps of the Set Expectations Tool
     
    Discuss how to effectively make and implement a behavior contract
     
    Demonstrate the steps of the Make a Contract Tool
     
    Discuss how to review and evaluate a behavior contract
     
    Discuss factors that influence behavior
     
    Analyze Behavior and identify replacement behaviors
     
    Demonstrate all Tools in a variety of situations

     
    For more information, or to schedule training, contact:
     
    Pam Sullivan
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    651-415-5550