PEAK ABA Level 1 Training and/or AIM Workshop – L.A.

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This event includes a special opportunity to purchase a 6 hour AIM workshop for July 11th, 2018  Additional details Below
Assessment and Training for Language and Cognitive Skills of Children Diagnosed with Autism using PEAK
Level 1 Certification Training
Presented by Dr. Adam Hahs, BCBA-D
Training Provided:  The first half of the training includes material covering: background, theory, overview of the PEAK assessment and treatment protocols and empirical data on PEAK. The second half of the training includes expanded and interactive completion of the entire PEAK assessment, practicing implementing all four modules’ curriculum, generating written progress reports, and producing progress monitoring data displays.
Certification Requirements: Completion of 12 total hours of instruction on PEAK.  This is typically done across 2 individual six hour workshop trainings.  However occasionally a single 12 hour workshop which combines both shorter days will be offered.   
Prerequisites for Level 1 Certification: None
Performance for Certification: Attendance at PEAK 2 day training workshop for total of 12 hours
Fee: Included with workshop attendance costs
Renewal: None needed
Benefits: Attendance at the 2-day PEAK workshop provides a conceptual understanding of the PEAK assessment and practice with using the assessment, curriculum, and resources. Individuals who attend the 2-day PEAK workshop may advertise themselves as PEAK Level 1 Certified.
WHERE:
Fairfield Inn and Suites 525 North Sepulveda Boulevard El Segundo, CA 

WHEN:
July 12th and 13th, 2018 for the PEAK Level 1 Training and July 11th for AIM Training
Schedule for both days: Registration 8-8:30, 8:30-11:30 training, 11:30-12:30 lunch on own, and 12:30-3:30 training
WHY:

Earn 12 Type II BACB CEUs

Enhance your skills for addressing problem solving, perspective taking, and flexibility

Receive hands-on training in assessment administration

Complete the first step in the PEAK Trainer certification process by becoming Level 1 Certified

Objectives
Participants will learn how to:

Conduct PEAK assessments of language and cognition in persons with autism

Demonstrate the ability to design a comprehensive language and cognition-training curriculum for children with autism based on assessment results

Describe how the four learning modalities of the PEAK Relational Training System are similar and different

Construct educational and clinical reports for ABA services geared toward insurance companies, school districts, and parents

Write progress reports and generate data-based graphing summaries of treatment success

Important Details
Registration DOES NOT include PEAK books. To purchase PEAK books, please visit: https://squareup.com/store/shawneescientificpress/
Registering a group of 5 or more people? Purchase all of the tickets together and use the discount code GROUP2018 at checkout to receive 15% off the entire order!
AIM TRAINING
A 6 HOUR TRAINING ON THE NEW AIM CURRICULUM WILL OCCUR ON July 23rd from 830-330. THIS WORKSHOP MUST BE PURCHASED AS A SEPARATE TICKET.
About the AIM Training Workshop
AIM: A Behavior Analytic Curriculum for Social Emotional Development in Children is a new approach to intervention that synthesizes Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to develop prosocial behavior among children and adolescents.  In this introductory workshop, attendees will learn the basics of the three intervention components and gain hands on experience with AIM’s ACT and Mindfulness lessons as well as completing AIM forms, data sheets, and assessments.  Learn how AIM can be implemented to meet the social-emotional and behavioral needs of your students or clients.
Learning Objectives:
In this introductory training, participants will be able to:
1) Understand the basic theoretical foundations of the AIM Curriculum.
2) Implement AIM Curriculum therapeutic exercises in a group setting.
3) Develop behavior management and social-emotional interventions individualized for specific service delivery settings.
4) Complete and interpret various AIM Curriculum data collection forms, treatment integrity evaluations, and progress monitoring assessments.
5) Integrate mindfulness, ACT, and ABA intervention in service delivery for children and adolescents.

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