This training provides Behavior Technicians with valuable information about the importance of teaching parents, teachers, and other stakeholders. It introduces learners to an empirically supported teaching method: Behavioral Skills Training (BST), and outlines the four phases of BST (Instructions, Modeling, Rehearsal, and Feedback). Not only are descriptions of each phase provided, but meaningful clinical examples and practical tips are included to support the learners’ successful implementation of BST. Additionally, suggestions are provided for combining BST components to produce meaningful outcomes, and the role that both the Supervisor and the RBT play in the delivery of BST is outlined.


1 hr. 


  • Identify best practice models for training
  • Identify the Registered Behavior Technician’s role in the training procedure
  • Understand the components of the training model

  • Presenter(s)

    • Linda A. LeBlanc, Ph.D., BCBA-D


    • Linda A. LeBlanc, Ph.D., BCBA-D
    • Elanor Neff, M.S., BCBA
    • Sarah Veazey, M.S., BCBA




    $ 30.00 X