Instructor: Adam M. Briggs, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Description: The Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board® (BACB, 2016) states that behavior analysts must ensure that supervision and trainings are effectively designed (5.04—Designing Effective Supervision and Training) and the effects of their supervision are consistently evaluated (5.07—Evaluating the Effects of Supervision). The Supervisor Training Curriculum (BACB, 2012) outlines several methods for evaluating the effects of supervision, which include measures based on (a) client performance, (b) staff performance, or (c) evidence-based intervention; however, no clear approaches for accomplishing this are offered.
The purpose of this presentation is to provide some strategies and tactics supervisors can use to design and evaluate effective supervision systems. Recommendations are based on the presenter’s experience providing supervision to behavioral technicians, assistant behavior analysts, and behavior analysts in training across several universities and university-based preschool and clinical settings.
CEs approved for: 1.0 BCBA (Supervision); 1.0 APA
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