BEHAVIORAL PROGRESSION, INC.
Behavioral Progression offers a variety of community trainings delivered through in-person and virtual formats. Community trainings include caregiver/teacher/parent trainings, videos, webinars, workshops, resources, CEU courses for Behavior Analysts, professional development trainings, Crisis Management Training, and CPR/AED & First Aid courses.
Our team of instructors will coordinate the best times for training or accessing the resources available. Community training offered by Behavioral Progression are often directly related to ABA, whether they are trainings for direct care staff or trainings that help parents/guardians and caregivers in implementation of behavioral services and intervention strategies. These community trainings can also provide general training and support while a client is on the waitlist for services, ensure staff are maintaining certifications needed for continued employment, provide direct care staff with certifications needed for their jobs, or provide supplemental training to caregivers in addition to the 1:1 ABA services received.
Behavioral Progression provides Professional Crisis Management (PCM) training by a PCM Certified Instructor. These trainings are beneficial for a variety of caregivers including parents/guardians, staff in schools or group homes, or other ABA service providers. The Basic Practitioner course focuses on non-physical interventions to assist in de-escalating clients and preventing crisis behaviors. This course would be beneficial for caregivers currently on the waitlist or to supplement ABA Therapy services. Higher level courses also include physical crisis management components to assist with maintaining safety. These courses would be beneficial to caregivers who provide support and care to individuals who engage in highly dangerous crisis-level behaviors, such as Behavior Focus group home staff or schools.
To Register, email: PCM@behavioralprogression.com
BEHAVIOR ASSISTANT TRAINING
Behavioral Progression provides Behavior Assistant Training, which is a training that is required by Florida Medicaid Waiver for Behavior Focus and Intensive Behavior group home staff. This training meets all requirements and is approved by APD to obtain and maintain Behavior Assistant certification. Behavioral Progression offers both an online component as well as an in-person component options.
Full Certification: Register here!
Annual Recertification: Register here!
REGISTERED BEHAVIOR TECHNICIAN (RBT) TRAINING
Behavioral Progression provides the 40-hr RBT training course. This course includes an overview of Behavior Analysis. Competency assessment and ongoing supervision hours can be provided for individuals who join the Behavioral Progression Team.
*Full certification of the RBT requires 40-hr coursework, background screening, competency assessment, written exam, and ongoing supervision. More information can be found at the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) website.
To Register, email: Company@behavioralprogression.com
CPR/AED & FIRST AID TRAINING
Behavioral Progression offers CPR/AED & First Aid Training through the American Heart Association. Classes are currently offered in the Brandon, Tampa, and Lakeland areas of Florida; however, we may travel to individual facilities for group trainings based on request. Our classes are taught by a medical professionals and include hands on practice with skills feedback. For more information, please email CPR@behavioralprogression.com
Behavioral Progression provides Safety-Care training by a certified Safety-Care Trainer. These trainings are beneficial for a variety of caregivers including parents/guardians, school staff, and collaboration with community members. Please see the list of courses available below:
Safety Care for Families course focuses on non-physical interventions to assist in prevention,
de-escalation, debriefing, and incident minimization. Additional higher-level courses also include physical crisis management components to assist with maintaining safety, which is approved for parents/caregivers with a licensed professional sign-off. These courses would be beneficial to caregivers who provide support and care to individuals who engage in highly dangerous crisis-level behaviors with BCBA support and monitoring.
Safety-Care for School-Aged Children course focuses on supporting children, managing expectations, and incident management with smaller children. These courses would be beneficial to teachers/community members working with individuals who engage in low-mid intensity levels of problem behavior.
To Register, email: SafetyCare@behavioralprogression.com