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While there are no educational requirements or prerequisites for taking these courses, the coursework is designed to meet a range of educational and professional needs.

New courses will be added so please check back for additional course listings.

System Requirements

  • Browser: While our courses are viewable on a wide variety of browsers, Internet Explorer and Firefox work the best. Please ensure that your browser is updated to the latest version.
  • Internet Connection: 56K modems will work, however due to embedded video in several courses, a broadband connection is recommended.
  • Software: No specialized software is needed, however please ensure that you have the latest Adobe Flash and Shockwave players installed.
  • Audio: Speakers (internal or external) or headset speakers is required.

Courses are designed to refresh and sharpen the behavior analytic repertoire of the practicing BCaBA or BCBA or anyone who works with individuals with problematic behaviors. 1 to 2 continuing education (CE) credits are earned, contingent on passing a 10 question, multiple choice quiz at the end of the modules.

  • CE Articles: Provides the student with books and/or articles on a topic area in Applied Behavior Analysis in order to obtain CE credit via an online quiz.
  • Online Training Modules: Series 1 courses discuss various topics on the necessity of data such as creating great operation definitions, selecting an appropriate measurement system, and creating single subject research design graphs using Excel for both the PC and Mac operating systems.

The courses are designed to build practical knowledge and skills for behavioral health professionals. The curriculum emphasizes systems of care values and principles with a practical, hands on approach. The courses in Children's Mental Health includes 32 courses in 3 topic areas.

  • Building Effective Systems of Care: The concept of systems of care for children with serious emotional disturbance and their families is an explicit organizational philosophy that emphasizes services that are family focused, individualized, provided in the least restrictive environment, coordinated among multiple agencies, and culturally competent. This series provides an understanding of what it takes to build effective systems of care.
  • Creating Effective Child and Family Teams: This series consists of 2 units with course selections related to processes and practices necessary for effective systems of care for children with serious emotional disturbances and their families.
  • Reducing Mental Health Disparities: To be effective, a system of care for children with serious emotional disturbances and their families must acknowledge and incorporate the importance of culture at all levels of functioning to provide optimal access to mental health services for racially/ethnically diverse populations. This series will consist of 2 units with course selections providing an understanding of key practices that increase accessibility of mental health services for tribal and underserved populations.

Learning tools to help utilize the SOCPR method and instrument for assessing whether System of Care (SOC) values and principles are operationalized at the level of practice, where children and their families have direct contact with service providers.

  • Training Tutorial: Overview on the System of Care philosophy and the functions of the SOCPR.
  • Additional Resources: Includes Training Manuals, Fact Sheets, and a Spanish language protocol.

Suicide Prevention *Coming Soon

Courses designed to teach the facts behind youth suicide and how you can be a piece of the puzzle to help reduce youth suicide.