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Online Behavioural Interventionist Foundations Course (BIF)

We’d like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the Behavioural Interventionist Foundations Course (BIF), an innovative on-line course that provides a comprehensive theoretical introduction to the key principles and practices used by individuals involved in Behavioural Intervention. BIF is open to all community members and is a great learning opportunity for those who are interested in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) programming for individuals diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  The on-line format allows this course to be completed on one’s own schedule and is ideal for those who live in rural settings. For BC Residents, there is currently a $300 bursary available to cover a portion of the tuition, which makes this course very affordable. The attached flyer provides a description of the course and outlines how to register for BIF. Please contact us at info@bitp.ca or call 604.736.0094 if you have any questions.

Thank You,

Behavioural Interventionist Training Partnership
www.bitp.ca


Behavioural Interventionist Foundations Course (BIF) is open to all community members and is a required course for the Behavioural Interventionist Citation and the Behavioural Interventionist Specialty within the Douglas College Classroom and Community Support Program.
Behavioural Interventionists implement Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) programming for learners diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in home, community, and school settings. BIF is a comprehensive theoretical introduction to the key principles and practices used by Behavioural Interventionists. Because it is completely online, BIF enables participants to complete the course on their own schedule and is ideal for participants living in rural areas.
Topics covered in BIF include:

  • Key principles of Learning and Behaviour
  • Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Instructional Techniques (Discrete Trial and Milieu Teaching)
  • Working with Families and Professionals
  • Data-Based Decision Making
  • Including Learners in School and Community Settings
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • Functional Assessment and Intervention for Problem Behaviour

BIF participants consistently report that BIF was an excellent start to their journey as a Behavioural Interventionist working with the guidance of families, Behaviour Consultants, and other professionals.

BIF instructors from the Behavioural Intervention Training Partnership draw upon their extensive education and experience in providing ABA programming for learners with an ASD diagnoses. Please see their website (www.bitp.ca) for more information about the course and the instructors.

For Registration Information with Douglas College:

Phone 604-527-5472 (24hrs)
Visa or MasterCard only

Fax 604-527-5696
Visa or MasterCard only

Mail Douglas College
Continuing Education, Registration
PO Box 2503
New Westminster, BC V3L 5B2
Walk in Douglas College, New Westminster or David Lam Campus (Coquitlam) www.douglas.bc.ca for directions

TTY: 604-527-5317
During New Westminster office hours

Additional Douglas College Registration Information including Refund Policy:
www.douglas.bc.ca/programs/continuing-education/register.html

Course and Technical Information Contact: 
♦Tel: 604-736-0094 ♦E-mail: info@bitp.ca ♦ Website: www.bitp.ca




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