New On-Demand Course: Recording, Graphing, and Interpreting PFA/SBT Data

FTF is proud to announce the release of its latest 2.5 CEU training on Recording, Graphing, and Interpreting PFA/SBT Data—Presented by Dr. Cammilleri. Link: https://ftfbc.com/course-list/ Objectives: Participants will be able to identify key elements of a performance-based IISCA. Participants will learn how use a paper and pencil data collection system for a performance-based IISCA. Participants…

Alternative Path to Credentialing

Dear Friends and Colleagues, FTF is pleased to announce the launch of our Alternative Path to Credentialing in PFA and SBT of Severe Problem Behavior.  Designed especially for professionals who have obtained valuable experience and training outside of FTF, the alternative path leads to implementation credentials (i.e., Level 3 and 4) and provides recognition for…

The Expert Reviewer Series

Dear Colleagues, FTF is pleased to announce free access to two of our article review courses: Ghaemmaghami et al. (2020). Functional Communication Training (FCT): From Efficacy to Effectiveness. Access code: FCTFREE https://ftfbc.com/courses/functional-communication-training-fct-from-efficacy-to-effectiveness-1-ceu/ Jessel et al. (2021). On the Occurrence of Dangerous Problem Behavior During Functional Analysis: An Evaluation of 30 Applications. Access code: IISCAFREE https://ftfbc.com/courses/on-the-occurrence-of-dangerous-problem-behavior-during-functional-analysis-an-evaluation-of-30-applications-2021-1-ceu/…

PLS Article Alert

Here’s another recently published article on Preschool Life Skills. The authors examined the effectiveness and generality of an abbreviated PLS program with typically developing Icelandic preschoolers. Click here for a copy of the article. And a big congratulations to Bára Fanney Hálfdanardóttir, Eina Ingvarsson, and Berglind Sveinbjörnsdóttir on this achievement!

New PLS Article Alert

Here’s the most recent published article on Preschool Life Skills. The authors examined the effectiveness of PLS in teaching skills to children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Click here for a copy of the article. And a big congratulations to Sonja Lind Ísfeld Víðisdóttir and Berglind Sveinbjörnsdóttir on this achievement!