Comprehensive ASQ-3™ and/or ASQ:SE-2 Seminar

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Seminar length: 1 tool, 1 day (6 hours plus lunch and break), or 2 tools, 2 days (2 6-hour days plus lunch and breaks)

Required materials:1 ASQ-3 Starter Kit, 1 ASQ:SE-2 Starter Kit, 1 ASQ-3 Learning Activities, and 1 ASQ:SE-2 Learning Activities & More  present at the training, plus 1 ASQ-3 Quick Start Guide per participant (sold in packs of 5) and 1 ASQ:SE-2 Quick Start Guide per participant (sold in packs of 5).

Number of participants: Up to 40

Seminar fee: 1 day: $2500; 2 days: $3500

Speakers: Full list of ASQ speakers

Speaker travel: Speaker’s travel expenses are in addition to seminar fees*

(Please add an additional fee of $750.00 if BOL is required to review or complete documentation (e.g., terms and conditions, agreements, contracts, purchase order, vendor registration form, addendum, etc.) in addition to or in lieu of BOL’s standard training agreement.)

Prices may vary by location.

*Speaker’s travel expenses are reimbursable to the speaker unless your organization and BOL have negotiated a “flat travel fee” for the speaker. Travel expenses will include transportation (including, but not limited to, airfare/car rental/cab fare/gas and mileage), lodging, meals, and related incidental expenses.

Training includes the new ASQ:SE-2

Ages & Stages Questionnaires logoThe Comprehensive ASQ-3™ and/or ASQ:SE-2™ Seminar is a 2-day training seminar intended to provide an in-depth and individualized training to meet the needs of novice, intermediate, and advanced users. The Comprehensive seminar includes the basics of the Introduction to ASQ-3™ and ASQ:SE-2 and then goes into greater depth about the role of screening tools in early childhood assessment and community early care systems.

Through hands-on applied family studies and role plays, participants delve more deeply into the administration, scoring, interpretation, and sensitive communication of screening results, as well as practice talking to families about community referrals and follow-up. In addition, trainers will facilitate activities and discussion to explore cultural considerations for using the screening tool(s). As desired, trainers can also describe the research behind each tool and provide information about current and future research topics (how well tools identify children with autism).

Speakers will work with sites to individualize the training with specific areas of focus (home visiting, childcare settings, age groups, interagency coordination, implementation planning) and/or to meet the needs of more advanced users.

During the 2-day seminar, participants will learn

  • the role of developmental screening in early childhood assessment
  • features of each tool
  • about the administration, scoring, and interpretation of screening results,
  • how to communicate sensitively with families and talk about community referrals and follow-up, and
  • the history behind the tools as well as future research projects

To inquire about arranging an on-site seminar, contact the Brookes On Location (BOL) professional development coordinator at or 800-638-3775.