San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
Teaching Skills to People with an Intellectual Disability
This one-day introductory course is for people interested in developing the skills of individuals with intellectual disability. This course aligns well with the essential skills development component of the Centre’s Functional Assessment and Positive Behaviour Intervention course. Skill development theory covered in this course includes identifying key steps in teaching a skill, writing skill objectives and task analyses, understanding cues, prompts and reinforcement and creating a skill development plan.
- Direct support staff
- Developers of positive behaviour support plans
- Teams implementing positive behaviour supports
After completing this training, participants should be able to:
- Identify the key steps in developing a skills teaching plan
- Clearly communicate how to teach individuals with intellectual disability new skills
- Complete a skills development plan
What is your experience with the following:
Scale 1 = nil, 2 = minimal, 3 = regular use
Identifying key steps in teaching a skill
Writing skill objectives
Writing simple task analysis
Describing cues and prompts
Selecting and using reinforcement
Recording and evaluating skill development
If you answer 3 = regular use to all this course may not be suitable for you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further help.
Are there ID requirements to enter the event?
Yes. Please carry photo ID with you.
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Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
No. Please cancel your ticket if you are unable to attend.
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