Understanding and Implementing the Performance Diagnostic Checklist (PDC) | Supervision BCBA CEU Credits: 3 | Behavior Webinars LLC

Understanding and Implementing the Performance Diagnostic Checklist (PDC) | Supervision BCBA CEU Credits: 3

Original price was: $30.00.Current price is: $24.00.

This is a text-based asynchronized course.

This comprehensive course is designed for professionals in various fields, including human services, education, and parent training, to understand and effectively implement the Performance Diagnostic Checklist (PDC) and its adaptations (PDC-HS and PDC-P). The PDC is a powerful tool used to identify and address environmental and contextual factors contributing to performance issues. Through this course, participants will learn how to conduct thorough assessments, develop targeted interventions, and monitor and adjust these interventions to improve performance. The course includes a blend of theoretical knowledge, practical applications, case studies, and interactive activities to ensure participants can apply the PDC in real-world settings effectively.

Objectives

1.     Explain the purpose and importance of the Performance Diagnostic Checklist (PDC) and its significance in identifying performance barriers.

2.     Demonstrate the ability to conduct thorough PDC assessments through interviews, direct observations, and permanent product recording.

3.     Design targeted interventions based on PDC findings to address specific performance barriers.

4.     Develop a comprehensive monitoring plan to regularly assess the effectiveness of interventions using key performance indicators (KPIs).

5.     Evaluate the impact of PDC-indicated interventions on performance and outcomes.

Author/Speaker

Dr. Jaime Flowers a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP) in California and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) in Texas, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP).  Her current research interest includes behavior analytic ethics, and functional behavior analysis in schools. 

Syllabus

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