New scholarship opportunity, hosted in conjunction with
Institute for Applied Behavior Analysis
Project ACCESS sponsors training that is offered by third party providers throughout the year. Generally we purchase a block of seats or bring in a trainer and then offer scholarships to Missouri school personnel who would like to attend. Opportunities will be posted on our workshop calendar. You may have received an email announcing a scholarship opportunity. If so, you can apply for sponsored workshop scholarships online.
Our current sponsored workshop is Positive Behavior Practices: From Core Values To Core Practice, A guide to the application of positive interventions for challenging behavior, presented by the Institute for Applied Behavior Analysis. This 18-hour Positive Behavior Support workshop provides an evidence-based model which includes person-centered, non-aversive methods to prevent and respond to behaviors of concern. The training is designed to facilitate service providers as they create and deliver safe, effective, and enjoyable support for individuals with behaviors of concern.
The workshop will be held in the Crystal Room at Kentwood Hall, 700 East St Louis Street, (due to a construction issue at the Kentwood Hall, this training has been RELOCATED to the GARST DINING HALL, 1014 East Cherry Street, Springfield, MO, 65897 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm on May 31, June 1 and June 2, 2017. Check-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. *If you are a scholarship recipient and have not received an email from Project ACCESS regarding the venue change and parking information, please contact us at 866-481-3841.
For more information about the training, please visit the following link: IABA Positive Behavior Practices