PTR Multi-day Option 2 Advanced Training (4 on-site days and 2 webinars)

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Prevent-Teach-Reinforce Young Children (PTR-YC )

Prevent Teach Reinforce

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Speaker: Kelly Wilson

Required materials: a minimum of one PTR or PTR-YC Manual per team

Recommended materials: a minimum of one PTR or PTR-YC Manual per participant

Seminar Length: 4 days on site (not consecutive) plus webinars

Number of participants: up to 25

Who will benefit from this seminar: Providers, schools and behavior teams interested in an effective and sustainable model for working with children who exhibit challenging behaviors.

Seminar Fee:
$7,000

What do speaker fees include?

(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.

Onsite Observation – 1 day observation of classrooms, staff and students

Full Day Workshop – Anchored in positive behavior support and the principles of applied behavior analysis, this workshop provides a systematic approach for developing effective behavior plans and strategies when problem behaviors persist over time and are not responsive to general guidance and support. This interactive workshop will provide rationale and forms ready for immediate use as well as a case study to work with and apply concepts.

Webinars – Two 1-hour webinars on the topics: (1) short-term goals and developing data sheets; (2) functional behavior assessment and development of hypothesis statement.

Follow-Up Post Seminar Onsite Visit – 2 day onsite visit to provide guidance and hands-on assistance in creating the behavior plans, fidelity checks, and direct coaching when implementing the behavior plan in the classroom.

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