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Douglas College > Programs & Courses > Faculties > Child, Family and Community Studies > Behaviour Intervention > Online Autism Outreach Training
Are you a Behaviour Interventionist who lives in BC and is working with a child who has autism? Expand your knowledge and upgrade your skills with the Online Autism Outreach Training program.
Created in partnership with the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), the training program consists of two credit courses that are part of the Behaviour Intervention Certificate. In Teaching and Learning: Foundations (CCSD 1150), you will learn Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) methodology and how to use it in your work. The Behaviour Intervention Lab (BHIN 1340) is a seminar-based course that will give you the opportunity to refine your skills (based on review of submitted videos) and reflect on your behaviour intervention practice.
Instructors are Board Certified Behaviour Analysts who are highly experienced in working with children who have autism. All coursework is done online, so you don’t need to relocate or travel to take advantage of this opportunity. Plus, you'll have the advantage of participating in real time video seminars with your fellow students and instructors every other week. As this initiative is sponsored by the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), there are significant cost reductions for students.
This year's student fees are $250 plus a textbook (approximate cost of $70), which saves you more than $450. There are two MCFD-sponsored offerings:
With the Online Autism Outreach Training program, you can begin working toward a formal credential and your career supporting people with disabilities.
The two courses can be applied to a Behaviour Intervention Certificate and/or a Classroom and Community Support Diploma-Behaviour Intervention Specialty from Douglas College and other post-secondary institutions.
If you are interested in this opportunity, complete the Admission Criteria and Application for Admission forms, and at your earliest convenience, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Instructional Facilitator, CFCS, 1250 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, BC V3B 7X3
NOTE: Do not submit your application or documents to the Registrar’s Office as this project has a special entry. The Instructional Facilitator will do this on your behalf.