Soiléir offer online Type II Continuing Education Credits as an Approved Education Provider with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. This means you can complete your BCBA or BCaBA ongoing learning from wherever you are, whenever it suits. With online learning, you're in control of your professional development. See what we have to offer below. Check back frequently as more units will be added as time goes on. (Note that as of January 2020, Type 2 CE’s will be re-categorised as ‘Learning’)
To claim credits for articles, simply read the relevant paper which will be provided in PDF or in a link; and answer the 5 Multiple Choice Quizzes that follow. A link to your certificate will then be forwarded to you by e-mail.
Each Article Review CEU is only €8, so you can build them up at your leisure. See what we have to offer below, including ethics and supervision CEU’s.
Original Voices Series
We've heard of the greats - Thorndike, Watson, Bandura, Skinner, Ainsworth - the fathers and mothers of behaviourism. We know their work and the impact it has on modern Applied Behaviour Analysis.
But often we know it third hand; through the filter of a text book or of another person; or it may have been a long time since we read them at undergraduate level. These online learning credits give you the opportunity to read or re-read the classics, straight from the pen of the original thinkers and earn BACB credits whilst doing so
For each certification cycle, 4 of your CEUs must focus on ethics. These articles are selected to help you reflect on your work and to support you to enhance your practice in light of contemporary issues.
These CEUs can be used as regular Type 2 CEUs for all BCaBAs and BCBAs. In addition, for BCBAs who are supervisors, they count towards the three CEUs you need to accumulate each cycle for supervision credits. (As a bonus, some even count towards your ethics CEUs too).
As behaviour analysts, we are very familiar with the concept of habituation, and how a novel stimulus can reboost our engagement. This series looks to apply that approach to journal reading. These papers have been selected because they look at a broad range of the application of Applied Behaviour Analysis; such as alternative professional perspectives, possibly unfamiliar contexts, different populations or issues of social significance. So avoid habituation and freshen up with something different.