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Instructor: Jordan Litt, M.Ed, BCBA, LBA-NYS

Duration: 212 minutes of instruction – self-paced
4 General Learning Type BACB® CEUs provided upon course completion – full course description below




**This course will provide the participant with 4 General Learning Type BACB® CEUs**

Description of Learning Type CE Event: This course is the third course of our 4-part Behavior Bootcamp Series. How many times a day do you think, well if you just told me what you wanted I would have been willing to give it to you. How often do you find yourself confused or frustrated when manding isn’t happening spontaneously? Do you ever wish there was some magical wand you could wave and fix all problems related to manding? While we can’t give you a magic wand, or a secret recipe to fix everything (although we wish we could) we will get you down into the nitty gritty of manding. Why some things work, and why some just won’t. This course will provide you with the skills to turn research into reality all while staying true to arguably B.F. Skinner’s most underappreciated and often underutilized work “Verbal Behavior.” This course breaks down one of, if not THE, most important verbal operant from start to finish with real, and relatable ways to incorporate empirically based mand training into your daily practice. While it is not required to take part in all 4-parts of the Behavior Bootcamp Series, we feel that all of the courses in this series complement each other for maximum learning!

About the Instructor: Jordan Litt is a BCBA, LBA-NYS and the ACE Coordinator of CEUs by Study Notes ABA. My start in our “world” wasn’t a straight shot to learning. In the beginning, I really struggled to find my footing until the day I was introduced to Verbal Behavior (the approach and book by B.F. Skinner). From then on, I’ve worked each and every day to cultivate my skills and knowledge of the science of behavior analysis. I’ve worked in a variety of environments that have taught me the true value of generalization. What truly lights me up is helping other people understand more from “simple” to advanced concepts, because I think that’s also one of the barriers to being a good BCBA. Accepting the fact that concepts/ideas are advanced for a reason means that, I’m going to have to study it, it’s not going to be cut and dry, there will always be things I don’t quite understand, and so I must keep on learning. This is the hard part. But it’s also the fun part! The Behavior Bootcamp Series is my labor of love to all of those that are in the same, or similar situation I was. You want to learn, you want to do better, but maybe don’t know where to start. So, I invite you to join me, and let’s learn together!

Target Audience: Beginner/Intermediate BCBA® and BCaBA®